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Which December Release Are You Most Excited to See?


All of a sudden, it's December and not only are the holidays right around the corner, we're also getting a slew of new movies, many of which boast major directors (David Fincher, Sam Mendes, Bryan Singer) and heavy-hitting actors (Cate Blanchett, Kate Winslet, Will Smith, Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Meryl Streep, etc.).

So, which one are you most looking forward to seeing this month?

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nyaradzom2001 nyaradzom2001 7 years
everything except valkyrie and cadillac records
bento-barista bento-barista 7 years
Benjamin Button and Revolutionary Road. I can't decide which one more.
cherrypop cherrypop 7 years
I want to watch Marley & Me! The book's great, so I'm excited to see it being adapted as a movie. Plus I love the trailers! :D
ohbaby7 ohbaby7 7 years
I can't wait to see Will take on such a challenging role!
Mykie7 Mykie7 7 years
Is it sad that absolutely NONE of these movies appeal to me?
californiagirlx7 californiagirlx7 7 years
Oh, and I forgot about The Spirit.
californiagirlx7 californiagirlx7 7 years
A few of these are equally "meh" to me and the rest look plain uninteresting. If I had to pick, I would choose The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Revolutionary Road, Yes Man, or Bedtime Stories. But I'm not really excited about any of them.
meeshee meeshee 7 years
button is first for me :)
radarkitty radarkitty 7 years
Yes Man. Yes I admit it. I also want to see Button and Marley. Or should I say Brad and Jen. :)
nikecold nikecold 7 years
The reader :) I read the book in High school :D will reread to refresh my memory.
NatashaAlexis NatashaAlexis 7 years
Oh, and Bedtime Stories looks cute.
NatashaAlexis NatashaAlexis 7 years
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Fallowed shortly by The Tale of Despereaux, and Marley and Me
Blackwidowchick Blackwidowchick 7 years
I'm looking forward to "The Spirit" the most, but I also want to see "nothing like the holidays" but I will most likely netflix that next year.
hil34 hil34 7 years
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button and Marley and Me are the ones i'm looking forward to the most!
princess_dork princess_dork 7 years
Marley and Me, seven pounds, and doubt (and yes that's in order)
Phil Phil 7 years
Allyace--20th Century Fox filed a lawsuit against Warner Bros over who actually owned the distribution rights. There's a bunch of poopycock jibber-jabber involved (http://hollywoodinsider.ew.com/2008/08/watchmen-lawsui.html). How I read it, 20th Century Fox is just trying to get a piece of the Watchmen pie by exploiting a loophole in shoddy contracts.
Happsmjc Happsmjc 7 years
Marley and Me is first on my list--next Curious Case of Ben. B.--they all look good though!
Phil Phil 7 years
I can't wait to see The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, especially considering it's seeming departure from the darker subjects I'm used to seeing from him. Seven Pounds also looks to be fantastic and I have nothing but praise for Will Smith's film choices as of late. He seems to value most the sensibilities that were brilliantly discovered when he did Six Degrees of Separation. The Wrestler is also at the top on my list after getting a glimpse of the trailer. I find myself more and more excited to get to know Mickey Rourke's character, and to acquaint myself with another of Aronofsky's works. The Day the Earth Stood Still I'm very curious to see if only for my apprehension to its doing the original work an ounce of justice. The promo's tell me it'll be a multi-million dollar schlock-fest, but I find hope that the source material is pervasive enough to adequately present the story to a newer generation of movie-goers. Mild interest in Revolutionary Road, The Reader and The Spirit.
socktree socktree 7 years
allyace, I think it's because some other studio wanted to do the film, but never got around to it. Praise be to God on that one, from what I heard it was going to be like.
Black-Velveteen Black-Velveteen 7 years
The Day The Earth Stood Still has captured my interest. I like a good sci-fi movie during the holidays. I just hope they don't F up this classic. Also, I'm only intested in Valkyrie to see who's playing Hitler. My curiousity has been piqued. :)
Allytta Allytta 7 years
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. Definetely going to the cinema to see it. And I do that only twice or 3 times a year.
harmonyfrance harmonyfrance 7 years
So many good looking movies! Well I'm a Kate Winslet fanatic so I'm looking forward to Rev. Road and The Reader. I also want to see Benjamin Button, Cadillac Records, and Milk. I LOVE oscar movie season.
Allyace Allyace 7 years
I agree with Watchmen. Wasn't there an issue with the makers being sued over using the story or something?? Hopefully that won't affect anything. But for now I want to see Marley and Me and Revolutionary Road. Benjamin Button just looks weird and vaguely like a Smallville episode.
Talldiva45 Talldiva45 7 years
Seven Pounds looks really good - and I really like Will Smith. I have to say that I haven't seen the previews for most of these movies and the ones I have seen look bad.
tellmemorex2 tellmemorex2 7 years
Bejamin Button is 1st. I want to see The Spirit too.
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