Category: 12 Days of Christmas Movies

Day 7: Home Alone [with Home Alone Again with the Google Assistant]

Day 7: Home Alone For pure childish fun in a world of irresponsible, cruel and dysfunctional adults, there is no better matchup than Chris Columbus and John Hughes—and yes, I’m talking Home Alone. Macaulay Culkin became the icon for latchkey as Kevin McCallister. Since the 1990s children have learned how to defend themselves from robbers […]

Day 6: Love Actually

Day 6: Love Actually So many characters, so many stories, so many locations and so much love! Love Actually has become a Christmas classic that also has become the aspiration of every ensemble film since its release. The film was released in 2003, from writer/director Richard Curtis, as an example of all kinds of Christmas more realistic stories […]

Day 5: Elf

Day 5: Elf How could we possibly write this list without Elf? We couldn’t! Elf is the family holiday classic from 2003 that captivated audiences for 15 years. The film is directed by Jon Favreau, before he became the go-to-guy for genre films after crafting the Iron Man films. Elf landed in his career early and was […]

Day 3: Iron Man 3

Day 3: Iron Man 3 Iron Man 3 is a film about redemption. It begins in Switzerland as an earlier version of Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) flaunts his billionaire status with playboy fervor. Attending a New Year’s Eve party he whisks a beautiful researcher off to his room and simultaneously blows off and alienates […]

Day 1: The Christmas Chronicles (Review)

Review: The Christmas Chronicles So, how does he really do it? Santa is a magical man, but how does the magic work? In a cinematic landscape filled with time travel, magic, superheroes, sci-fi,  and more, audiences are getting more interested in the “how.” The Christmas Chronicles, care of Netflix, is the tale of how two kids […]