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What to watch in December on Hollywood Suite

Posted November 30, 2017 Categories 90S, 2000S, 80S, 70S, LIST
What to watch in December on Hollywood Suite

The holidays are here and Hollywood Suite is on Free Preview just in time for all sorts of get togethers with friends and family. We’ve come up with movie recommendations to fit any occasion, so don’t forget to tell everyone on your nice list (and maybe your naughty list too) that Hollywood Suite is on Free Preview until January 5!

  1. Bad Boys (1995) & Bad Boys II (2003). In 1995 Michael Bay took comic actor and rapper Will Smith and made him into an action star. Teamed up with Martin Lawrence, buddy cops Mike & Marcus were even more popular on their second raucous, globe-trotting case. December 4 & 5 on HS90 & HS00.
  2. In Bruges (2008). Martin McDonagh’s violent, darkly comic Christmas tale is the perfect antidote for holiday sweetness. Two hitmen (Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson) stuck laying low in the Belgian town of Bruges consider the possibility of redemption while they find their lives spinning hilariously out of control. December 4 on HS00 & On Demand all month.In Bruges
  3. The Untouchables (1987). The powerhouse talents of visual master Brian De Palma and screenwriting legend David Mamet combine to adapt the true story of federal agent Eliot Ness’s war against the Chicago mob. A stacked cast featuring Kevin Costner, Sean Connery and Robert DeNiro as Al Capone, brings the story’s unforgettable moments to life. December 5 on HS80.
  4. Network (1976). This 1976 Best Picture winner follows TV network execs who realize the on-air mental breakdown of their “mad as hell” former anchor is good for business. The film won Faye Dunaway her first Oscar, and its story of exploitation in the name of ratings remains relevant to this day. December 6 & 27 on HS70.Network
  5. Whiplash (2014). La La Land director Damien Chazelle’s second feature won three Oscars and made household names of J.K. Simmons and Miles Teller. The story of a determined jazz drummer and the mentor who tortures him manages to be uplifting and terrifying at the same time. December 8 & 30 on HS00 & On Demand all month.
  6. Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (2009). When scientist Flint Lockwood finally makes an invention that’ll impress his father and the small town he lives in, he quickly finds he may have bitten off more than he can chew. Writer/directors Chris Lord and Phil Miller bring huge laughs to kids and adults alike in this animated feature lovingly crafted before they went on to huge hits like The Lego Movie and 21 Jump StreetDecember 10 on HS00 & On Demand all month."Flint Lockwood" voiced by Bill Hader in Columbia Pictures' animated film CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS.
  7. Less Than Zero (1987). Christmas isn’t the jolliest time in this 1987 adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis’ novel examining youth in Los Angeles. Andrew McCarthy, Jami Gertz, James Spader and Robert Downey Jr. get dark and dirty in this exploration of 80s excess. December 15 & 16 on HS80.
  8. Pretty In Pink (1986). Molly Ringwald became everyone's 80s crush as Andie Walsh in this 1986 classic written by teen movie master John Hughes. Funny, frothy and with a hell of a soundtrack, this romance invites the biggest debate of the 80s: Should Andie choose Duckie or Blaine? December 15 & 16 on HS80 & On Demand all month.Pretty in Pink
  9. Titanic (1997). Go back to 1997 with the 20th anniversary of the romance that gripped the global box office. Titanic was the #1 film for an unprecedented 12 weeks and was only topped as the highest-grossing film of all time by James Cameron’s next project, Avatar. December 19 on HS90 & On Demand all month.
  10. Wayne’s World (1992) & Wayne's World 2 (1993). Mike Myers and Dana Carvey rode Saturday Night Live’s 90s boom straight to the box office. Join Wayne and Garth as they headbang their way through Bohemian Rhapsody and into a sequel some fans think is even better than the original. December 20 & 21 on HS90.Wayne's World
  11. The Day After Tomorrow (2004). Roland Emmerich, the king of disaster movies, brings the genre into the 21st century with this 2004 climate change thriller. Jake Gyllenhaal and Dennis Quaid play a father and son separated by weather gone wild who must use their wits to survive and save the planet. December 22 & 23 on HS00.
  12. The Truman Show (1998). What would it be like if your whole life was a TV show? This 1998 fantasy film from Peter Weir showed the world Jim Carrey had serious acting chops and its concept captured imaginations so deeply, psychiatrists began to encounter “Truman Show Delusion” among their patients. December 23 & 24 on HS90.Truman Show
  13. Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory (1971). This 1971 Roald Dahl adaptation became a classic thanks to its sly humor, memorable songs and the unforgettable performance of Gene Wilder. Willy Wonka was so lovingly crafted by Wilder, he only agreed to take on the role if he could perform his tumbling introduction you see in the film. December 23 & 24 on HS70.
  14. Batman (1989). It’s classic comic book action when Michael Keaton’s Caped Crusader must stop Jack Nicholson’s Joker from destroying Gotham City. Since the boom in superhero movies, Tim Burton’s 1989 classic has come to be known for its idiosyncratic take on the Dark Knight and its stunning visuals. December 24, 25, 28 & 29 on HS80.Batman
  15. The Godfather (1972), The Godfather: Part II (1974), & The Godfather: Part III (1990)Francis Ford Coppola’s classic trilogy explores the corrupting nature of power by following a mafia family across multiple generations. With a combined 9 Academy Awards, it remains one of the most important and successful franchises in film history. December 24 & 25 on HS70 & HS90.
  16. Postcards from the Edge (1990). Remember the life and work of Carrie Fisher with this semi-autobiographical comedic take on surviving addiction and a famous mother. Mike Nichols assembles an all-star cast lead by Meryl Streep and Shirley MacLaine to bring Fisher’s charm and acidic wit to life. December 27 & 28 on HS90.
  17. Moulin Rouge! (2001). A poet and courtesan in turn-of-the-century Paris face insurmountable odds in their quest for true love in Baz Luhrmann's 2001 musical. With sumptuous visuals and songs fashioned from popular music, watching Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor mashup the hits will be an experience you won’t soon forget. December 29 & 30 on HS00.Moulin Rouge
  18. The Elephant Man (1980). David Lynch gathered the acting talents of Anthony Hopkins, Anne Bancroft and the unforgettable John Hurt in the true story of the Victorian “Elephant Man” John Merrick. The movie was produced by Mel Brooks who passionately loved the script and Lynch’s work on Eraserhead, but insisted on going uncredited so no one would think it was a comedy. December 30 & 31 on HS80.
  19. Rashomon (1950). Often credited as the reason the Oscars have a Best Foreign Language category, Akira Kurosawa’s classic 1950 mystery redefined filmmaking in Japan and abroad. Its multiple narrative points of view and innovative camera techniques still inspire writers and directors today. December 30 on HS70 & On Demand all month.Rashomon
  20. Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982), Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984), & Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home (1986). Returning a decade after the cancellation of the cult TV series, Captain James T. Kirk and the original crew of the Starship Enterprise re-defined the series for the big screen with complex, adult adventures. Our New Year's Eve marathon features fan favorites including Kirk’s nemesis Khan and a voyage to the strangest frontier: 1986 San Francisco! December 31 on HS70 & HS80.

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