THE MAZE RUNNER: An action-packed, intense thrill ride through a world that easily distinguishes itself from other YA tales.Read More
THE BOOK THIEF’s unique WWII tale is a good movie-night-in choice for all fans of intriguing and emotional historical dramas.Read More Ben Schnetzer, Blu-ray and DVD, blu-ray review, Brian Percival, Digital HD, Emily Watson, Geoffrey Rush, Markus Zusak, michael petroni, Nico Liersch, Roger Allam, Sophie Nélisse, the book thief, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
Love Actually image: © 2003 Universal Studios. || This Chick’s Flicks logo: © 2012 Kristal Bailey. Some people celebrate Christmas Day with family, friends, and presents under a tree. Others, like me, celebrate with a trip to the movies and dinner in Chinatown. Regardless of how you spend the day itself, part of what makes […]Read More A Princess for Christmas, Action, adventure, Alan Rickman, Amazon, Amazon Instant Video, Andrew Lincoln, Anne Bancroft, Barbara Eskin, Bill Nighy, Bing Crosby, Blu-Ray, Bonnie Bedelia, Bonnie Somerville, Brenda Fricker, Brian White, Bruce Willis, Buy, Cameron Diaz, Catherine O’Hara, Charles Durning, Chick Flick, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Chris Brown, christmas, claire danes, Colin Firth, Columbia Pictures, Columbus Short, comedy, Craig T. Nelson, crime, Cynthia Stevenson, Daniel Stern, Danny Kaye, Delroy Lindo, Dennis Franz, Dermot Mulroney, Detective John McClane, Diane Keaton, Die Hard 2, Drama, DVD, Dylan McDermott, Eddie Bracken, Elizabeth Reaser, Emma Thompson, Family, featured, Four Christmases, Gravitas Ventures, Hallmark Channel, holiday, Holiday Engagement, Holly Hunter, Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Home for the Holidays, Hugh Grant, Idris Elba, Itunes, Jack Black, joe pesci, John Heard, Jon Favreau, Jon Voight, Jordan Bridges, Jude Law, Kate Winslet, Katie McGrath, Keira Knightley, Keith Robinson, Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Kris Marshall, Kristin Chenoweth, Laura Linney, Lauren London, Laz Alonso, Liam Neeson, Lions Gate Entertainment Inc., Loretta Devine, Love Actually, Luke Wilson, macaulay culkin, Martin Freeman, Martine McCutcheon, Mary Steenburgen, Max Morrow, Mekhi Phifer, Mom, mother, movies, musical, Nancy Meyers, Netflix, netflix instant, New Line Home Video, Paramount HE, Paramount Pictures, Rachel McAdams, Reese Witherspoon, Regina King, Reginald VelJohnson, Rent, Rob Lowe, Rob Schneider, Robert Downey Jr., Robert Duvall, Rodrigo Santoro, Roger Moore, Rom-Com, Rom-Dram, Romance, Rosemary Clooney, Rowan Atkinson, Sam Heughan, Sarah Jessica Parker, Sharon Leal, Shelley Long, Sissy Spacek, Sisters, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Steve Guttenberg, The Christmas Blessing, The Christmas Shoes, The Family Stone, The Holiday, This Chick's Flicks, This Christmas, Thriller, Tim Curry, Tim McGraw, TV Movie, Twentieth Century Fox, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Tyrone Giordano, Universal Pictures, Universal Studios, Vera-Ellen, Vince Vaughn, White Christmas, William Atherton
Still of Jessica Chastain in Zero Dark Thirty. Photo by Jonathan Olley – © 2012 – Zero Dark Thirty, LLC. This Chick’s Flicks logo: © 2012 Kristal Bailey. . Dear Readers, I don’t know about you, but for me, December is shaping up to be a fairly expensive month. And not just because I have to buy […]Read More Action, adventure, Albert Brooks Megan Fox, alison brie, amanda seyfried, Amy Adams, Anita Gillette, Anne Hathaway, Bailee Madison, barbra streisand, bette midler, Billy Crystal, Caitlin Fitzgerald, chris pratt, christmas, Christoph Waltz, comedy, Connie Britton, December 2012, Django Unchained, Drama, Ed Lauter, edward burns, featured, Garrett Hedlund, Geoffrey Arend, Hanukkah, Heather Burns, History, hugh jackman, ian mckellen, IFC Films, Itunes, Jamie Foxx, Jason Segel, Jessica Chastain, Joel Edgerton, John Lithgow, Kerry Bishe, Kerry Washington, Kirsten Dunst, Kristen Stewart, Leonardo DiCaprio, Les Misérables, Leslie Mann, Lizzy Caplan, Marisa Tomei, Mark Webber, Marsha Dietlein Bennett, Martin Freeman, Martin Starr, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc., Michael McGlone, movies, musical, NR, On The Road, Paramount Pictures, Parental Guidance, Paul Rudd, PG, PG-13, R, richard armitage, Romance, Russell Crowe, Sam Riley, Samuel L. Jackson, seth rogen, Sundance Selects, The Fitzgerald Family Christmas, the guilt trip, The Weinstein Company, This Chick's Flicks, This is 40, Tom Everett Scott, Tom Guiry, Tribeca Film, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Universal Pictures, Viggo Mortensen, Walden Media, Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc., Western, Zero Dark Thirty, Zero Dark Thirty LLC
With the first of the gift-giving holidays almost upon us, the stress of finding the perfect present may impede creative thinking. So, as an addition to my previous Chick Flick (Vintage Chick Flicks | Chick Flicks 101) and Bromance/Buddy Comedy Gift Guides, I decided to give you one more: A British Period Piece Gift Guide, designed to […]Read More About a Boy, Amazon, Amazon Instant Video, An Education, An Ideal Husband, anglophile, Anonymous, Atonement, Becoming Jane, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, Bend It Like Beckham, Billy Elliot, Blu-Ray, Blu-ray and DVD, Bridget Jones's Diary, British Period Pieces, Calendar Girls, Carey Mulligan, christmas, Colin Firth, Disney, DVD, Edward VII, Edward VIII, Elizabeth, Elizabeth Bennet, Elizabeth I, Elizabeth II, Elizabeth: The Golden Age, emily blunt, Emma, featured, Finding Neverland, Four Weddings and a Funeral, George III, George V, George VI, Gift Guide, Gosford Park, Gwyneth Paltrow, Itunes, jane eyre, Joseph Fiennes, Judi Dench, Keira Knightley, lock stock and two smoking barrels, Love Actually, Mansfield Park, Mary Poppins, Matthew Macfadyen, Miramax, Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day, Miss Potter, Mrs. Henderson Presents, My Fair Lady, Northanger Abbey, Notting Hill, Oliver, Parminder Nagra, period piece, Persuasion, Pride & Prejudice, Sense and Sensibility, Shakespeare in Love, Shaznay Lewis, Sherlock Holmes, Snatch, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, Spice World, the duchess, The Full Monty, The Holiday, The Importance of Being Earnest, The Kings Speech, The Prestige, The Wedding Date, The Weinstein Company, the young victoria, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Universal Studios Home Entertainment, Victoria, What a Girl Wants, Wild Child, William IV, Wimbledon, You've Got Mail