We are starting a new decade and in true geek fashion here is a TV moment from Friends where reality has eventually caught up . . .
I wish the very best to everyone who follows and supports Let’s Go To The Movies for the new year ahead. I hope 2020 is a good one and that we get plenty of amazing films to watch throughout!
Netflix has just made a cracking start to 2018 in the UK by adding all 10 seasons of Friends!
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As 2015 is coming to a close and we are about to start 2016 I thought the perfect way to do that was to take a look back in the film world at films which have fantastic New Year’s Eve scenes or moments. Might be a little bit strange considering I am not really a very big fan of New Year in all honesty and don’t have any plans myself for tonight. It probably doesn’t help that 2015 has been a truly awful year for me, but the less said about that the better. So what better way than to disappear into the world of film and see characters have some great and maybe interesting New Year’s Eve moments?
I do enjoy a good rendition of Auld Lang Syne though in all honesty and you will see that by some of the choices below!
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Happy New Year to all of the followers of Let’s Go To The Movies
Thank you for you support over the past year (and years). It was a truly record breaking time in 2014 for Let’s Go To The Movies. I hit a record number of followers, of likes and comments.
As as well as reaching 1 million hits for site overall.
2014 was also the most successful reaching over 250,000 posts in this year alone!
I also broke my record for number of films watching at the cinema in a calendar year (separate post will be appearing for that). I also attempted my first blogathon that didn’t go massively to plan, but I tried! (My Hometown Blogathon)
So thank you once again to all of the people who support the site, like my posts and comment on them. Onwards and upwards for 2015 and let’s hope I can break records all over again.
This is without a doubt still one of the smartest and best romantic comedy films around. Harry and Sally met one night and over time became friends and even learnt to love one another.
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I have to admit that I have totally slacked with reviews and even general posts on my blog over the Christmas and New Year period. Mainly due to the fact that I have surprisingly not watched very many movies at all. Which was not my plan, I usually find it a good time to catch up on some movies which I have missed watching in the past but this did not happen this year. I have not actually been to the cinema in quite a few weeks now and have yet to see Avatar. I am planning on Nine tomorrow, we are going to be entering a busy time at the cinema with a lot of new movies coming out which should mainly be good as it is awards season soon.
So I hope everyone had a great Christmas and New Year . . . who can believe it is 2010 already ?!?! Where does the time go!!
What are you looking forward to movie wise this year?
Charles Dicken’s classic tale of Ebenezer Scrooge is given an animated Disney look, and if you so wish 3D (2D is still available). I just had to go for the 3D option in an attempt to try to make my mind up whether I like it better or not. Scrooge is taken on a journey of redemption by three ghosts, the ghost of Christmas past, present and future. Going back looking at his life as it was, how it is today and how it will not be for very much longer. But can he be convinced to change his ways?
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