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Your Holiday 2012 Movie Guide

Well, the weather outside is frightful – and that’s exactly why movie studios and theater owners alike love the holiday season. But what are the big movies headed our way between now and Christmas? For some, it’s all about Peter Jackson’s return to Middle Earth, for others Quentin Tarantino taking on the Western genre. Perhaps you’re more interested in a handful of welcome re-releases, though or Tom Cruise’s latest attempt to be an action hero… Click through for a quick guide to the big movies to watch out for over the next month.

December 4
Reservoir Dogs Limited Re-Release

December 6
Pulp Fiction Limited Re-Release

December 14
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

December 19
Monsters Inc. 3D

Zero Dark Thirty

December 21
Jack Reacher

This is 40

December 25
Django Unchained

Les Miserables

(What? I’m sure someone reading this wants to see it…)


  • Rebecca Martin

    Les Mis is the one I MOST want to see — that trailer alone makes me tear up!

    Underestimate the talents of Anne F***in’ Hathaway at your own peril!

  • Alex Evans

    The Hobbit and Django Unchained are must-watch for me.  Might Also check out Zero Dark Thirty if I have the time.

  • Demoncat4

    defintly the hobbit and les mis. mostly to see peter jackson show the magic of middle earth one more time and also been waiting a long time for holly wood to finaly bring the musical to life on the big screen

  • Christopher Douglas

    Those are the only ones I’m checking out next month regardless.

  • letterman23

    Les Mis is at the top of my list!

  • Jimmy

    I predict Hathaway and Jackman will both receive well-deserved Oscars, and that Crowe will acquit himself well, as always.
    And say what you will about Tom Cruise the man, but as an action star, there aren’t many other actors out there who make these types of films as well as he does.
    And anyway, we all know Graeme won’t be watching any of these films as he’s too busy watching Enterprise and Space 1999.

  • Alex Holt

    Hobbit is a definite, but vaguely interested in going to see Les Mis as some of it was filmed about 2 miles from my house.

  • Brenticles

    The Hobbit and Les Mis are must see for me.  I expect The Hobbit to be amazing, but Les Mis looks unexpectedly amazing. 

  • Starleafgirl

    Let’s see… The only one I’ll see in theaters is The Hobbit (though if Mom wants some company for Les Mis, I won’t refuse!); I’ll check out some of the others on DVD. The only question left is whether to see it for the first time in 2-D or 3-D… 2-D for nostalgia value/so the colors aren’t muted due to 3-D glasses and 3-D because it’ll probably look better in 3-D overall, given that it was shot in 3-D.