It is time to grab a blanket, a cup of tea (or coffee) and your pup and snuggle on the couch for a cozy movie! These are the movies I LOVE watching in the month of November.
Home For The Holidays
When her teenage daughter opts out of Thanksgiving, single mother Claudia Larson travels alone to her childhood home for an explosive holiday dinner with her dysfunctional family. Claudia quickly tires of her parents, her long-suffering sister, her snobby brother-in-law and her nutty aunt. But the evening gets interesting when sparks fly between Claudia and her brother’s handsome friend Leo Fish.
A Werewolf Boy
Summoned by an unexpected phone call, an elderly woman visits the cottage she used to live in as a child. She remembers the memory of a boy she knew 47 years ago.
Son In Law
Country girl Rebecca has spent most of her life on a farm in South Dakota, and, when she goes away to college in Los Angeles, Rebecca immediately feels out of place in the daunting urban setting. She is befriended by a savvy party animal named Crawl, who convinces the ambivalent Rebecca to stay in the city. When Thanksgiving break rolls around, Rebecca, no longer an innocent farm girl, invites Crawl back to South Dakota, where he pretends to be her fiancé.
More Than Family
To Il didn’t have the happiest of childhoods. At the age of five, her mother remarried, forcing To Il to leave the only home she had ever known. Uprooted from Daegu, To Il had no choice but to start a new life, with a new father, in a new city. While adjusting to life in Seoul took time, To Il eventually came to accept the new and things slowly settled into place.
Now a university student, To Il is starting to create a life of her own. Working as a private tutor, to help pay her way through school, To Il is happy with the way her life has turned out. But things take an unexpected turn when she finds herself falling for Ho Hoon, a nineteen year old boy who just happens to be one of her tutoring students. As if falling for one of her students didn’t make life complicated enough, it doesn’t take To Il long to discover that she is pregnant with Ho Hoon’s child.
Keeping her pregnancy a secret for a long as possible, To Il eventually has to tell her mother and stepfather the truth. Their less-than-happy reaction to the news convinces To Il her only option is to set out in search of her birth father. While she searches for a man she barely remembers, Ho Hoon disappears, leaving To Il’s stepfather no choice but to set out in search of him. With so many searches happening at once, will To Il be able to find that for which she’s been most desperately searching?
Molly and Abbey host a dysfunctional, chaotic, and comical Thanksgiving dinner with their crew of close friends.
Students at the Korean National Police University, Ki Joon and Kee Yeol have a long way to go before they become official officers of the law but that doesn’t stop them from dreaming. One their way back from a club one night, they happen to witness a kidnapping and immediately jump into action, alerting the local officers of what just happened. However, swamped with other cases, the local police station has no time to take on the case. Knowing the critical hours are quickly dwindling, Ki Joon and Kee Yeol jump into action.
Tracking down the kidnappers, the pair of cadets find that the kidnappers are part of a gang running an egg harvesting ring. With dozens of girls locked up for harvesting, Ki Joon and Kee Yeol break into the gang’s hideout, determined to rescue the girls. However, the thugs prove too much for the amateur cops. Beaten down and locked up themselves, the pair are embarrassed by their own inadequacies.
After finding a way to escape, the two harden their resolve, knowing they may be those girls’ only chance of rescue. Despite being advised to let the professionals handle the case, Ki Joon and Ki Yeol continue with their investigation, determined to find the criminals and bring them to justice. Can a pair of police academy cadets really take down one of the country’s most sinister crime organizations?
Old-fashioned yarn about a band of adventurous kids who take on the might of a property developing company which plans to destroy their home to build a country club. When the children discover an old pirate map in the attic, they follow it into an underground cavern in search of lost treasure but come up against plenty of dangerous obstacles along the way.
The Prince and Me
A fairy tale love-story about a pre-med student who falls in love with a Danish Prince who refused to follow the traditions of his parents and has come to the US to for rebel.
In this animated feature by noted Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki, 10-year-old Chihiro and her parents, stumble upon a seemingly abandoned amusement park. After her mother and father are turned into giant pigs, Chihiro meets the mysterious Haku, who explains that the park is a resort for supernatural beings who need a break from their time spent in the earthly realm, and that she must work there to free herself and her parents.
My Annoying Brother
A now-blind athlete must rely on his estranged brother, who may have just used him as an excuse to get himself out of jail. The two were never close, but the two soon realize a connection they couldn’t always see.
I love sitting on the couch in a giant sweatshirt, leggings, giant cup of tea, fuzzy socks, and of course a HUGE blanket and my little pupper as we watch one of our favorite movies. What are some of your favorite cozy movies you like to watch?