Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Movies I Want To See (December 2013) + Sponsor: Dream Mo(o)re

Can you believe it's already December? Every year I'm surprised by how fast the months go by! I'm convinced that each year is passing faster and faster. Am I the only one? 

Anyway, last month I saw Frozen and Catching Fire. I would highly recommend both. Frozen was a cute, heartwarming adventure about a princess trying to save her sister and her kingdom, and Catching Fire was just plain amazing. 

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
The second film after last year's The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug is a continuation of Bilbo Baggins' (Martin Freeman) journey with Gandalf the Grey (Ian McKellen), the dwarf Thorin Oakenshield (Richard Armitage) and his twelve companions. They enter the Mirkwood, where they encounter a skin-changer, giant spiders, and Wood-elves. I'll definitely be seeing this with my brothers. (December 13)

Saving Mr. Banks
This biographical comedy-drama centers around the creation of Walt Disney Studio's film Mary Poppins in 1961. Pamela "P.L." Travers (Emma Thompson), author of Mary Poppins, has negotions with Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) about the making of the beloved movie Mary Poppins. It brings back memories of her difficult childhood in Australia and her father, who was the inspiration for the character Mr. Banks. This film looks so great! It's like getting a behind the scenes look of one of my favorite movies. (December 20)

47 Ronin
Based on the real-life group of samurai in 18th century Japan, who avenged the murder of their master, this fantasy adventure film follows Kai (Keanu Reeves), an outcast, who joins the ronin. The ronin are led by Kuranosuke Oishi (Hiroyuki Sanada), who want revenge on Lord Kira (Tadanobu Asano), and along the way encounter warriors with powers. (December 25)

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Walter Mitty (Ben Stiller) is a Life magazine worker and daydreamer, who lives inside fantasy worlds of romance, heroism, and action, sets off on a journey to find a missing picture, which is needed for the final issue. Also starring Kristin Wiig, Adam Scott, and Sean Penn. Check out the trailer. This comedy-fantasy adventure looks fun and heartwarming. (December 25)

One Chance  
Once Chance is based on the true story of Paul Potts (James Corden) who grows up wanting to sing opera, but is bullied and told he'll never be able to because he lacks confidence. With the help of his friends, his dreams slowly start to come true, and one day he enters "Britain's Got Talent" and his life is changed forever. Watch the amazing trailer. (December 27)

Other movies coming out in December:
  • Crave (Dec. 6)
  • Out of the Furnace (Dec. 6)
  • The Last Days on Mars (Dec. 6)
  • American Hustle (Dec. 13)
  • The Past (Dec. 20)
  • August: Osage Count (Dec. 25)
  • Grudge Match (Dec. 25)
  • The Invisible Woman (Dec. 25)
  • The Wolf of Wall Street (Dec. 25)
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  1. I am excited to watch saving mr. banks :)
    Have a good day

  2. Damn is that Zombie Boy?! Love to see that film!

    Love Kyra

  3. No you are not alone Sara, ı share the same thoughts with you. I can not believe it is already December. December movies are so great! we have waited Hobbit for so long! Thanks honey!Noted.

  4. ElleSees.blogspot.comDecember 4, 2013 at 7:11 AM

    i wanna see all of those!! I saw CF this past weekend.

  5. There are so many great movies coming out this month! Walter Mitty is on the top of my list. The trailer looks so magical - sort of like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind? I have high hopes haha :)

  6. I watched Catching Fire last weekend and you're right, the movie was amazing! I haven't read the books so everything was a suprise and I was on the edge of my seat the whole time!

    All of the movies seem great, but I think I'm only going to see the Hobbit <3
    -B ♡ MsBerryStylish 

  7. I really, really, really want to see Walter Mitty but it didn't seem to get really great reviews at all from what I've been seeing. Apparently it's a remake as well. And Saving Mr. Banks is on my list too! Another one I really want to see is Dallas Buyer's Club - top of my list!

  8. Omg I cannot wait for the Hobbit part ii to come out!! Never heard of that 47 Ronin movie, but it looks very interesting :)

    Mili from Call me, Maeby

  9. The Hobbit definitely! I'm not sure about "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" but the ads look interesting.

  10. Oh my gosh, Catching Fire was amazing!!! I want to go see it again and again and again!!!

  11. I feel as the new year gets closer the months go by faster and faster!

  12. Me too!! If movies weren't so expensive, I would go see it four times!

  13. Yeah, I want to see some reviews of Mitty before I decide.

  14. I'm disappointed that Mitty didn't get good reviews. I'll add it to my Netflix and watch it then most likely!

  15. I'll probably only end up seeing The Hobbit! It looks so good!

  16. You're quite welcome! I'm anxiously awaiting December 13th when it comes out!

  17. Oh gosh, I'm so excited for The Hobbit! Also really want to see 47 Ronin. My friends and I saw Catching Fire last week. Did you read the books?


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