The holidays are coming up, which means it’s almost Oscar season, which means it’s time to camp out in the movie theaters!
For every Miracle on 34th Street, or Elf, or Die Hard, there’s a I’ll Be Home For Christmas or Four Christmases, or some movie that you know was greenlit because holiday movies are either Oscar Bait or something that people will see with family because there is only so much fun family time before people start turning […]
Tis the season for holiday films! This is probably one of my favorite things about the holiday season, other than the change in weather. Growing up, I used to watch White Christmas with Bing Crosby and would delight in the songs and dances from the 1950s musical film.
Happy Groundhog Day! Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow this morning, so it looks like we’re in for six more weeks of winter. Sigh. I’m not sure how exactly a groundhog becomes a meteorologist, but it’s a fun tradition.
There are a lot of classics associated with this time of year. Movies, music and television specials have become a large part of many families’ holiday traditions. Based on conversations I’ve had and heard this week, everyone has at least one classic that they really truly hate.