December 12, 2010 by Post Team
Paul Rudd, Indiana Jones returns on its three good adventures, George Bailey gets back to Bedford Falls and Santa tries to escape from the ice geysers. Here’s what’s on. First place: United States is a marathon of the Indiana Jones trilogy from 15 hours. The network was established and a recent Indy’s fourth movie will be rerun. This movie will not dishonor this marathon. Airing tonight is the Christmas classic it’s a wonderful life. There was an interesting discussion on Friday Pop Culture Happy Hour (NPR podcast fun I highly recommend) on how this is not really a Christmas movie, it is to take place at Christmas. It has been long since I’ve seen it may be worth taking another look. The film is on NBC at 20 o’clock. Also at 20 hours on CBS is another classic Christmas: Frosty the Snowman. I loved this as a kid, but I saw him a few years ago and did not make much sense. I could not tell if it had been reissued and took some vital information or if the banks on the child logic driving the narrative. way, it’s still pretty enjoyable.If you prefer a little camp in your Christmas display, SyFy will premiere their new film, TV Quake ice tonight at 21 o’clock.
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