20 HIGHLY ANTICIPATED HOLIDAY MOVIES (2010)









Yes, it’s that time of year again…

As the holiday season approaches, there are plenty of substantial films waiting to be released to eagerly awaiting audiences.

Our amazing accomplished friends at EW have a slideshow of the most intriguing. It includes:

HARRY POTTER & THE DEATHLY HALLOWS: PART I (NOVEMBER 19)
STARRING DANIEL RADCLIFFE, EMMA WATSON, RUPERT GRINT, RALPH FIENNES, HELENA BONHAM CARTER, MIRANDA RICHARDSON, ROBBIE COLTRANE, JULIE WALTERS, IMELDA STAUNTON, ALAN RICKMAN, BILL NIGHY, BRENDAN GLEESON, JOHN HURT, RHYS IFANS, DAVID THEWLIS, GERALDINE SOMERVILLE

BURLESQUE (NOVEMBER 24)
CHER, STANLEY TUCCI, ALAN CUMMING, PETER GALLAGHER, KRISTIN BELL, JAMES BROLIN

TANGLED (NOVEMBER 24)
VOICES OF: MANDY MOORE, ZACHARY LEVI, RON PERLMAN, JEFFREY TAMBOR, BRAD GARRETT, RICHARD KIEL

THE KING’S SPEECH (NOVEMBER 26)
COLIN FIRTH, HELENA BONHAM CARTER, GEOFFREY RUSH, JENNIFER EHLE, GUY PEARCE, ANTHONY ANDREWS, CLAIRE BLOOM

BLACK SWAN (DECEMBER 3)
DIRECTED BY DARREN ARONOFSKY
NATALIE PORTMAN, MILA KUNIS, BARBARA HERSHEY, WINONA RYDER, VINCENT CASSEL

THE TOURIST (DECEMBER 10)
ANGELINA JOLIE, JOHNNY DEPP, PAUL BETTANY, TIMOTHY DALTON, RUFUS SEWELL

COUNTRY STRONG (DECEMBER 22)
GWYNETH PALTROW, LEIGHTON MEESTER, TIM McGRAW

BLUE VALENTINE (DECEMBER 31)
RYAN GOSLING, MICHELLE WILLIAMS

To get a gander at the gallery, please go here

2 Responses to “20 HIGHLY ANTICIPATED HOLIDAY MOVIES (2010)”

  1. Well…

    Your opinion matters a great deal to me, honey.

    I have heard about BYO, the film that NATALIE cowrote. Sounds rather interesting. Something like that could be a big hit if it got the proper treatment.

    Yeah, I ADORED EASY A, glim. It was right up my alley.

    It has a sassy smart female protagonist (EMMA STONE is fantastic!!!) and the homage to 80s teen flicks – SIXTEEN CANDLES, FERRIS BUELLER’S DAY OFF, PRETTY IN PINK etc. – is a gorgeous trip down memory lane. I spent my childhood in that decade. So there are some wonderful remembrances that that film touches on.

    Plus it’s wickedly funny throughout and features an exceptionally talented cast. I`ve seen it three times…and I ain’t done yet.

    I haven’t been very impressed with A LOT of movies that I’ve attended in 2010. But EASY A will definitely be extremely high up on this year’s Top 10 list.

    do you think you’d have been ok with this film if it went rated R style???

    It depends. Frankly, I find a lot of things amusing that other people don’t. Fallen Catholic, you know. We tend to possess rather unique comedic sensibilities. I’m not easily offended. But, on the other hand, I can come across things that bother me or that I consider appallingly rude that don’t faze other individuals.

    At all.

    That line’s different for everyone. I would have to see a complete R rated version to tell you definitively, glim. Otherwise it would just be a big question mark.

    But (in theory, at least) an R rated version sounds pretty damn delicious…

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