The grande finale, the epic conclusion of an incredible adventure and journey. What will happen to the one ring, and will Middle Earth survive the greatest battle of its time?
Third part of the countdown of my top 50 films of the decade . . .
This is the start of my count down of the 50 best films of the decade . . .
Billy and Joe
This is probably the funniest pairings in the form of aging singer Billy Mack (Bill Nighy) and his manager Joe (Gregory Fisher). Joe is attempting to help Billy get back on top of the music world, by releasing the cheesy “Christmas is all around” and surprisingly he does get to Christmas number 1.
Set in London in the build up to Christmas following 8 different couples and showing the different types of love that is formed in different situations.
A Christmas time comedy, which is actually really funny . . . but has plenty of Christmas Spirit reminding us the whole point of this holiday. We follow Buddy the Elf who is actually human, on a quest to find his real father, who just happens to live in New York City.
This was on TV straight after Legally Blonde, and I had never seen this before today and I kinda wish that I still had not seen it. It really was pretty bad, and I ususally try not to say that about a movie. But after how much I liked the first one (more so at the time it was released) I just thought the storyline in this movie was just too silly. Being about freeing her dog’s mother. I mean come on, hiring a private investigator to find the dogs mother in the first place was just dumb, I really do not know why I continued watching after that . . . but I did.