Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Holiday time means movie time!!!

The nights are getting colder and darker, and with the Holidays coming up there is not many things that I enjoy more than just chilling on the sofa sipping an hot chocolate and watching movies. Christmas it is really the best time to do it, and movies also make for great gifts!
I have picked here for you two movies ideas for a great night cozying up by the fire. They couldn't be more  different as one your typical Christmas movie comedy and the other it is an action packed movie. Just because if you like me you enjoy Christmas movies, and you start watching them every year starting from December the 1st you might feel like watching something different got to Christmas..and I also think your other half will appreciate the choice.

A Merry Friggin' Christmas ( Furchtbar Fröhliche Weinhachten)

Directed by Tristam Shapeero and written by Phil Johnston A Merry Friggin' Christmas is a Yuletide comedy which sees Boyd Mitchler (Joel McHale) and his wife Luann (Lauren Graham) who are forced to spend dreaded Holidays with Boyd's eccentric father Mitch ( Robin Williams) and his family of misfit which he has been avoiding for years. At the end of the day Christmas time is family time and we can not choose family.
After realizing he has left all of his son's gifts at home,  the only solution to get the presents in time under the tree is an 8-hour drive back home and back.
Boyd gets on the road with his dad in a blizzard to attempt to make the 8-hour round journey before sunrise.


Directed by Luc Besson and starring Scarlett Johansson, Morgan Freeman and Amr Waked the movie released in 2014 became a box office success. Shot between Taipei, Paris and New York City the movie sees Lucy ( Scarlett Johansson) gaining psychokinetic abilitites through a nootropic drug absorbed through her bloodstream. Accidentally caught in the middle of a dark deal, Lucy turns the table on her captors and transforms herself into a warrior evolved beyond human logic.

Enjoy the movies!!

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