Monday, December 24, 2012
Check out trailers for 'The Guilt Trip,' 'Les Miserables,' 'Django Unchained' and more.
The Metro Detroit area has always loved a great film's release and the Christmas 2012 season should again prove fruitful. From Trenton to Fenton, film audiences in recent years have adored Meet the Fockers, The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King and National Treasure: Book of Secrets, among others. Here is a look at what audiences have to look forward to this year, courtesy of moviefone.com. Les Miserables Django Unchained Parental Guidance The Guilt Trip The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey This Is 40 Rise of the Guardians Life of Pi Which movie are you most looking forward to this Christmas?
Sunday, December 23, 2012
Each day leading up to Christmas Day, Patch will offer holiday-themed music playlists.
Do you hear what I hear? Christmas carolers are making their way to local neighborhoods and A Christmas Story and It's a Wonderful Life are starting to make the rounds on repeat on TV networks. To get in on the holiday spirit, Patch is creating playlists of Christmas music each day to help spread the cheer. So here's the deal: Each day, from today through Christmas, we'll feature a uniquely different, themed Christmas music playlist. Today's theme is Hollywood Christmas. We've hand-picked songs from some of the Christmas movie greats—with a few obscure additions. You might recognize some of the obvious selections, such as songs from A Charlie Brown Christmas, White Christmas and The Nightmare Before Christmas. But if you've seen Die Hard…
Saturday, November 24, 2012
Vote in our poll and share your thoughts in the comments.
In the midst of all the holiday hoopla, holiday-themed movies provide some much-needed escapism. Downtown Plymouth's Penn Theatre is offering a slate of Christmas-themed films each Thursday over the next four weeks, beginning Nov. 29 with the 1946 classic It's a Wonderful Life. The schedule includes the following films and showtimes: All seats are $3. Do you stop every time you find Miracle on 34th Street on television? Between the made-for-TV offerings, the newbies and the annual chestnuts, there are lots of opportunities to get some holiday spirit from the comfort of your couch. Vote in our poll and share your favorites in the comments! Do you need some modern humor, like Elf, or are you hooked on classics like It's a Wonderful Life and …