Are you a New Year’s Eve hater or lover? If you have no time or desire to party, you can win with a movie marathon! I chose 3 movies set on the last day of the year (or with an episode on that day) for you, the hater-of-the-parties-on-command.
Everyone will be satisfied, because I mixed various genres. 3 different types of films, 3 different directors, 3 different decades: a thirties crime story, a sixties horror and a XXI century comedy.
- After the thin man, 1936, directed by W.S. Van Dyke, with Myrna Loy and William Powell. Perfect for who loves crime stories and black and white movies.
- Rosemary’s baby, 1968, directed by Roman Polanski, with Mia Farrow and John Cassavetes. The most powerful Polanski’s movie and a beautiful horror story.
- Bridget Jones’s diary, 2001, directed by Sharon Maguire, with Renée Zellweger, Colin Firth and Hugh Grant. A comedy is the best way to peacefully end a night in which the most sensible people will be terrified after the last two movies.
5 hours of movies, wine and crisps are not bad with the right company. What you think about it?