A lot of people head to the movies on Christmas Day. What are you all planning on seeing?
What a hoot - a friend of mine recommended Slumdog Millionaire to me, so we'll probably check that out soon. Jan and I love Bollywood movies, anyway, and that one looks really good.Leslie said:I don't think I've ever been to the movies on Christmas day. I remember years ago, a guy at work told me about going to see The Godfather Part 3 on Christmas Day (the day it opened) and I almost fainted. LOL
We may be going to see Slumdog Millionaire on Saturday with my mom. She gave us all movie passes for Christmas and she wants to see it.
Sometimes I like Sandler and sometimes I don't. I thought this one might be okay. Lacey Schwimmer (SYTYCD and Dancing with the Stars) is in it, so I definitely want to see it, but I'll wait for the DVD.Harvey said:We contemplated seeing Bedtime Stories, but I am not an Adam Sandler fan. Hard to find a movie this year that appealed to all five of us.
We go every year. This year the seven year old chose Bedtime Stories. The seventeen year old didn't want to go but ended up busting a gut for pretty much the entire movie. It is typical Adam Sandler. I don't mind him, it's Jim Carrey I can do without.Harvey said:We contemplated seeing Bedtime Stories, but I am not an Adam Sandler fan. Hard to find a movie this year that appealed to all five of us.
Tippy,Tippy said:I don't normally do movies on Christmas because my parents lived in a rural area. However, our community always had a dance on Christmas night. People would come from 60-90 miles around. There was a live band and the women in the community brought in food and non-alcholic beverages that could be purchased. (The money was used to do things for the community!) The town was packed with people -- it was a good time. The dancing was fun and it was great getting to see and visit with old friends. The tradition died out a few years ago, but most of the people in my age group always laugh about the Christmas dance!