Five Must-See Movies in December
The way films come and go, in and out of theaters, usually it's easier to miss a movie than catch it. That makes planning ahead a must when it comes to moviegoing in the Valley. That's also why we've handpicked five must-see flicks screening this month to add to the ol' planner. Snag some snacks and scope out our picks.
Suzanne Hanover, Universal Studios Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann in This Is 40
- The Death of Film (Again): A Short History of an Art Form's Long Passing
- Movie Violence Has Never Been Better -- or More Reckless
- The Comedy Satirizes Hipsters in Ways They'll Likely Enjoy
Barrymore @ Phoenix Art Museum
Christopher Plummer stars as John Barrymore, of the dynastic theatrical Barrymores, in William Luce's play about the comedic-turned-Shakespearean actor. In it, Barrymore reflects on his life of fame, excess, and antics. Plummer's performance was recorded and the film is making artsy rounds. It comes to Phoenix Art Museum on December 15 and 16 at 1 and 2 p.m. respectively. General admission is $18.