Top 5 Holiday Movies on TV Christmas Weekend 2016

The holidays are coming up quickly and that means it’s time to gather the family and watch some good old Christmas classics. This year, you can be sure to find all sorts of holiday themed movies or TV shows playing all month long, so compiled here is a list of the Top 5 Holiday Movies on TV Christmas Weekend to make things easier for you and your kin.

Review: 'Rogue One' Almost Excels At Telling Its Own Story

Rogue One wants to be different. It immediately separates itself from any Star Wars film before it by forgoing the opening crawl that has become a staple for the franchise. After opening with the classic title card we all know, it abruptly jumps to open space, the frame filled with a disorienting mirror-like image that we assume, given the franchise's history with opening shots, is some sort of evil Star Destroyer.

2016 Golden Globes Snubs & Surprises

With so many fantastic films coming out this year, awards season was looking like anybody’s race. This week’s Golden Globe Nomination Announcement only added to the mystique, offering many shocking nominations as well as completely snubbing some films. Here is Emertainment’s list of this years biggest snubs and surprises from the Golden Globes!

Golden Globe Nominations: Marvel Outperforms Scorsese

When it comes to this year’s Golden Globe nominations, nothing is as it seems. Except for the stuff that is. While the Hollywood Foreign Press’ annual selection of nominees contains its fair share of snubs and surprises, the Moonlight-vs.-La La Land-vs.-Manchester by the Sea narrative continues to define this award season. There were some notable snubs (Scorsese? Jarmusch? The older Affleck brother?), but 2016 has been a great year for movies (if nothing else), and competition was stiff. Read on to see who will be appearing at Hollywood’s drunkest night, and how these nominations will affect the one award show you actually care about.

Interview: 'La La Land' Stunt Coordinator Mark Kubr Breaks Down That Stunning Opening Sequence

Wesley Emblidge ‘17 / Emertainment Monthly Executive Editor As Whiplash director Damien Chazelle’s new film La La Land hits screens,...

Interview: ‘La La Land’ Stunt Coordinator Mark Kubr Breaks Down That Stunning Opening Sequence

Wesley Emblidge ‘17 / Emertainment Monthly Executive Editor As Whiplash director Damien Chazelle’s new film La La Land hits screens,...

Review: 'Jackie' Paints an Incomplete Portrait

In the escort from the autopsy of deceased President John F. Kennedy (Caspar Phillipson), Jackie Kennedy (Natalie Portman) asks the driver and attending nurse, “Do you know James Garfield? What about William McKinley, Abraham Lincoln?” Besides the obvious nature of Lincoln’s death, neither of the two can identify the other assassinated presidents. Solemnly, the first lady sits in the company of Bobby Kennedy (Peter Sarsgaard), pondering the legacy of her murdered husband.

Review: 'La La Land' Brings Back the Movie Musical

“It feels too nostalgic,” worries Mia (Emma Stone). A struggling actress in Los Angeles, she decides to write a one woman-play for herself after tiring of failed auditions. Yet she’s concerned people won’t like what she’s written because of how it romanticizes the past. For those people, her jazz pianist boyfriend, Sebastian (Ryan Gosling), has two words: “F*** ‘em.”

Opinion: Four Bird-Themed Movies to Watch This Thanksgiving

Whether you’re vegan, vegetarian, or an omnivore, you have to face the cold cranberry sauce: Thanksgiving is about the turkey. Family too, but the whole gathering and holiday centers around the preparation, cooking, basting, presentation, and carving of that juicy dinosaur descendant. But how did the turkey get to that dinner table? That could be a story saved for a horror film (Food, Inc.). But, there are films about birds to consider if you’re sick of watching the parade and the dog show:

Review: 'Manchester By The Sea' Is a Simple Triumph

In the early scenes of Manchester By The Sea we watch Lee Chandler, played by Casey Affleck, wander through his mundane existence as a handyman. He listens to his working-class customers tell pointless stories, day in and day out. But when his brother (Kyle Chandler) dies, he stops listening to these stories and finds himself living one.

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