Thursday, November 18, 2010

Theater Thursday

It's Thursday and that can only mean one thing! It's time for another Christmas Edition of Theater Thursday! This week's featured movie is, Nothing Like the Holidays.

Nothing Like the Holidays, is about a large Puerto Rican family coming together in their hometown of Chicago to celebrate the holidays together. What happens next, takes them all by surprise, their parents are getting a divorce. The family never saw it coming since they have their own busy schedules. 

Jesse just getting back from Iraq, Mauricio dealing with his wife, Sarah (Debra Messing) trying to get pregnant and Roxanna trying to get an acting career going. Determined to keep them together and enjoy the holidays the gang bands together to make this years festivities the best because it could be their last together. 

This movie is definitely a great holiday movie and I loved seeing it. I had never seen it before until a few weeks ago. Check it out! 
Now here's the really fun part, have a movie you love? Great! Post about it and then come back here and link up. That way everyone will get to hear about a movie they may never have seen before. 


Bird Shit said...

This will be added to my Christmas watch list...I love Jay Hernandez

Samantha said...

I've never seen that one! Wanted to, but never got around to it... hmmm maybe I'll add it to my list.

Krysten @ Why Girls Are Weird said...

Totally adding this to our movie marathon!

Summer said...

Hey pretty girl,
I haven't watched that movie yet but now I want to! hmmm I totally need to rent it for the holidays


Mrs. Ruby said...

LOVE holiday movies. I think Love Actually and Christmas Vacation are my FAVORITES!!

Anonymous said...

I actually saw this 2 weeks ago. (Love Netflix!) It was great. There were some hilarious parts like the chainsaw and the tree in front. I was rolling laughing! Great choice.

Tina L. Hook said...

I adore Xmas movies. Adding this one to my list.

Domestically Deficient said...

I'm currently reading "The Girl Who Played with Fire" too. What do you think of it? So far it's ok, but I liked the first book better.

PS Christmas moves are the best. Love this time of year.

Tori Bella said...

Ya know I don't think I've ever commented on your blog before oddly enough even though I've been reading it for eva... anyway, totally one of my favoritest movies.