Movies to watch in December
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Ahhh, here it is – the festive season. The end of the semester and time for a well deserved break. It’s also going to be cold and (probably) wet outside so what better time to shut ourselves in doors watching movies. Here are some of the movies to check out this December: Kill Your Darlings Kill Your Darlings is Daniel Radcliffe’s latest attempt to shed his Harry Potter image. The murder of David Kammerer’s pulls together the three great poets of the beat generation. Together they explore bold new literary ideas that would challenge the sensibilities of their time. However, for all their creativity, their desires and choices lead to more serious transgressions that would mark their lives forever. Release Date: Out Now Homefront Hollywood hard man Jason Statham returns to the big screen in his latest action blockbuster. Former DEA agent Phil Broker moves his family to a small quite American town to try live a normal simple life. However being the new family in town they attract unwanted attention and Statham must fight to rescue his daughter. A movie for any action fans and with James Franco playing the main villan this is worth a watch just to see him in this unusual role. Release Date: Out Now Frozen It wouldn’t be Christmas without a slice of Disney. This year it is the turn of Frozen. Fearless optimist Anna (voiced by Kristen Bell) teams up with Kristoff (voiced by Jonathan Groff) in an epic journey, encountering Everest-like conditions, and a hilarious snowman named Olaf in a race to find Anna's sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom in eternal winter. Release Date: Out Now The Class of ’92 It’s not often a sport movies is considered a big release, but The Class of ’92 is one that is. A documentary detailing the rise to prominence and global sporting superstardom of Manchester United’s ‘Class of ‘92’ the players who emerged from the same youth team -David Beckham, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs, Paul Scholes, Phil and Gary Neville. The film covers the period 1992-1999, culminating in Manchester United's European Cup triumph, and will dramatically interweave and mirror the highs and lows of its football odyssey with the immense social and cultural changes taking place in Britain at the time. This might be more of a DVD watch as it has a limited release in cinemas across the UK. Release Date: Out Now The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug The second instalment of Peter Jackson’s Hobbit trilogy is out this month, rejoining Bilbo and the dwarves quest to reclaim Erebor. This one brings Blibo (Martin Freeman) face to face with the mighty dragon Smaug, voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch. It promises to be another epic instalment to Jackson’s delve into the world of Middle Earth and one not to be missed.
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