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Submitted by FilmFracture 733d ago | opinion piece

Holiday 2012 Must See Movies

FilmFracture:

Happy Holidays, everyone. This year the FilmFracture team brings you the most anticipated, and must see movies, of the 2012 holiday movie season. Some may be obvious--"The Hobbit"--others not so much--"Silent Night"--but they are coming to theatres to make your holiday a little more bright, while being spent in the dark. (Cinema, Jack Reacher, Killing Them Softly, Les Miserables, Life of Pi, Monsters, Inc., On The Road, Rise of the Guardians, Silent Night, The Collection, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey)

timmyp53  +   733d ago
On the road for the lulz for sure.
StarWarsFan  +   732d ago
Should Django Unchained really be in the Comedy section?
alycakes  +   727d ago
Well, I think it's a combination of so many things but it's far from just being funny. It's got a lot of action and violence and drama in it too.

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