Movies To Make Your Holiday! Yogi Bear, Tron, Little Fockers
Now Thanksgiving’s done, it’s the time of the year for big-budget family movies to be released for the holiday season. December’s going to be pretty big for film fans as quite a few highly anticipated flicks are coming out, including the movie rendition of the classic cartoon, Yogi Bear. The remake of the classic sci-fi movie Tron is also coming out (20-plus years since the first edition hit theaters) as is Little Fockers, the newest installment of the Meet The Parents film series. Check out the trailers for the films below and be sure to head to theaters when they’re released.
Warner Bros. Pictures brings the classic Yogi Bear cartoon to the big screen. The movie revolves around Yogi Bear and his partner in crime Boo Boo as they plot and scheme to steal picnic baskets from campers during their visits to Yogi’s stomping grounds, Jellystone Park. It looks like a funny movie and with Dan Akroyd and Justin Timberlake providing the voices for the main characters, it’ll certainly be a box office success. Yogi Bear is in theaters December 17.
The new Tron is the story of a boy who loses his father mysteriously and finds him years later in a cyber-esque world that he created. The trouble is one of his father’s creations turned on him, and he’s got to figure out how to get himself and his father out of the creation before it’s too late and they’re killed. The movie is going to be a 3-D release. so it should be interesting to see how Disney makes magic with this one. It also hits theaters December 17.
The new movie Little Fockers is the third installment of the very funny movie series. The new film finds the Byrnes and Focker families coming together to celebrate Thanksgiving and Greg (Ben Stiller) and Pam’s (Teri Polo) children’s birthdays. Of course things get crazy in the movie, as Greg has to take a job at a pharmaceutical company to make some more cash and Jack (Robert DeNir0) get suspicious about the new job. The flick looks hilarious with incidents from bad turkey carving to accidentally taking erectile disfunction pills, all happening when the families are together. This one will surely have you laughing when it hits theaters December 22.