There are No Movies I’m Dying to See

I’m planning a day off for next week and I want to include a movie and there are no movies out there that I’m just dying to see. I remember I used to go to everything, regardless of how good it might be, I just loved going to the movies so much it was worth it even for mediocre films. Three times a week I’d go. Now, I want something … special.

What should I see?

Behold! An orange Christmas tree! Okay, that rhymes, not on purpose, and the rhythm is off.


Stacy Horn

I've written six non-fiction books, the most recent is Damnation Island: Poor, Sick, Mad, and Criminal in 19th-Century New York.

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6 thoughts on “There are No Movies I’m Dying to See

  1. That looks so much like a Dr. Seuss tree, doesn’t it?

    I’d recommend seeing “The King’s Speech” for sure. It was wonderful! I’ve seen most of the big films this season and none of them lived up to their popularity for me.

  2. You must go see The King’s Speech- Colin Firth is absolutely amazing…Geoffrey Rush-incredible…the soundtrack is beautiful…you will leave the theater glad to be a part of the human race!

  3. I just read your posting again and you will indeed get something very special with The King’s Speech. Be sure to let us know.

  4. Yes another vote for The King’s Speech. Truly wonderful. Great acting, Firth’s body language is so subtle, just loved it. Even Helena B-C is terrific. You can really imagine them as real people.

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