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What Movies are Playing in Georgetown on Christmas

Several new movies hit the big screen Christmas Day in Georgetown.

For many families, it’s a Christmas tradition to go see a movie in the afternoon or the day after Christmas.

Here’s what’s playing Christmas Day and beyond at the AMC Loews Georgetown 14.

For updated showtimes Christmas Day and the days after, click here.

Argo Directed by and featuring Ben Affleck, this drama based on real life taks you behind the scenes of the Iran hostage crisis. More info at argothemovie.warnerbros.com

Django Unchained “Life, liberty and the pursuit of vengeance” from Quentin Tarantino, with Leonardo di Caprio and Jamie Foxx. More info at unchainedmovie.com.

Guilt Trip Road-trip based comedy with Barbara Streisand and Seth Rogen. More info atwww.guilttripmovie.com.

Jack Reacher Tom Cruise stars in a movie based on the book “One Shot” by Lee Childs. More info at www.jackreachermovie.com.

Les Miserables The screen adaptation of the famous, award-winning musical.

Life of Pi Based on the fantasy adventure novel. More info at www.lifeofpimovie.com.

Lincoln A Steven Spielberg movie with Daniel Day Lewis focusing on President Abraham Lincoln’s life. More information at www.thelincolnmovie.com.

Monsters, Inc. 3D The classic children’s monster movie from Pixar, presented in 3D. More information at disney.go.com/Monstersinc.

Parental Guidance Old-fashioned grandparents (Billy Crystal and Bette Midler) babysit for their new-age grandchildren. More info at www.parentalguidancemovie.com.

Silver Linings A comedy that tackles a tough topic: mental illness. Featuring Bradley Cooper, Jennifer Lawrence and Robert De Niro. More info at silverliningsplaybookmovie.com/

Skyfall The latest in the 007 series with Daniel Craig. More info at www.skyfall-movie.com/site/.

The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Peter Jackson adapts this first part of “The Hobbit” trilogy based on the series by J.R.R. Tolkien. More info at www.thehobbit.com. See Patch’s movie review here.

This is 40 A “sort-of sequel” to the movie “Knocked Up” with Judd Apatow. More info atwww.thisis40movie.com

Steve Dingledine December 26, 2012 at 02:36 AM
Just saw Les Mis. Excellent singing by Jackman and Hathaway. Barra Cohen was hilarious as usual and provided a different take on the innkeeper. Not big into musicals, but this is a must-see.
Shaun Courtney December 27, 2012 at 02:43 PM
I saw it yesterday and loved it. I have seen Les Mis twice on stage and enjoyed the story just as much on film. Ditto on your comments on Hathaway and Jackman! -Shaun

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