LIH Editorial 12/3-12/9

3 Dec

Hello new and returning readers!

Well the holidays are definitely upon us.  Thanksgiving came and went in a flurry and before we know it, the winter holidays and New Year’s will be over.  Remembering back to being a little child, the holidays always seemed to take 100 years to roll around.  Now, as adults, they spring up like weeds: fast and furious without us even paying attention.

We have had some pretty great films come to theaters since the middle of November and we still have many more before the year is over.  This month The Hobbit, Les Miserables, Zero Dark Thirty, and Django Unchained will grace our theaters.

(You can vote for more than one)

This weeks schedule:

Monday— Breaking Dawn: Edward Loves Me, Edward Loves Me Not by Parisienne

Tuesday–7PM/EST discussion

Wednesday— Scrooge: “Bah humbug!” by Littlebells

Thursday–open discussion

Friday–Movie Buzz

Saturday–Hollywood Take 2

4 Responses to “LIH Editorial 12/3-12/9”

  1. Comic Relief December 4, 2012 at 9:24 AM #


    Fantastic job on the editorial, I can’t remember when I have seen a more diverse group of films in the Christmas season.

    The Hobbit: A large-scale fantasy blockbuster franchise
    Les Miserables: A musical adaptation from musical theatre
    Zero Dark Thirty: A historical drama based on real events
    Django Unchained: A fantasy based on historical events

    Do you have any idea why Hollywood has produced this much diversity this year?

    • littlebells December 4, 2012 at 5:02 PM #

      Thank you, CR. 🙂

      I’d like to think that TPTB, decided to read our website and see how many people want creative, quality films. 🙂

      In regards to DU, Quentin Tarantino doesn’t seem to care what Hollywood Bigwigs thinks. He does what he wants and dang if he doesn’t do a fine job! LM reaches the musical fan base as well as those who love history. Add some amazing actors and you reach an more audiences and fans. Of course ZKT attracts fans who are into historical events, true accounts, getting the “bad guy” and patriotism for this country. And of course, you can’t go wrong with TH, which brings such happy feelings to audiences. There are some great messages in TLoR films, so you can bet you will find them in TH as well.

      of course you are looking at award season literally around the corner. Why not save your best films for the end of the year where you can get more bang for you buck during the holidays AND have it fresh in everyone’s mind come GGs and Oscar.

      • Comic Relief December 4, 2012 at 5:30 PM #

        I like the way you underlined attempts at quality film making. Despite the Oscars, so often the Christmas grab bag is lacking something. I’d say most appetites should be satisfied this year.

  2. Comic Relief December 4, 2012 at 11:15 AM #

    Sorry for “Zero Dark Thirty,” instead of “real” events I meant ACTUAL events.

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