Here's a trailer:
Criterion says, "Holiday is an enchanting ode to nonconformists and pie-in-the-sky dreamers everywhere, as well as a thoughtful reflection on what it truly means to live well." Emmanuel Levy has a review. Time Out calls it "one of Cukor's best films." Rotten Tomatoes has a critics consensus rating of 100%.
I'll be having a Christmas cuppa:
while I visit the T Stands for Tuesday blogger gathering hosted by Bleubeard and Elizabeth. Join me?
I live a good Christmas film! I'm not sure if I've seen this one, off to watch the trailer now ...lol 😁. Your festive mug looks gorgeous with the candy cane stripes, lovely Christmas cards too - Happy T Tuesday! Hugs, Jo xReplyDelete
...have a cup for me.ReplyDelete
Oh, I want to see this. I absolutely LOVE your Christmas vignette. That is a great mug for this time of year, too. Thanks for sharing this film and your coffee with us for T this Tuesday, dear.ReplyDelete
I love old christmas movies thanks for the share-will check it out and I love your mug Happy T wishes KathyReplyDelete
Yeah a cuppa and a movie how can you go wrong? Have a great day today.ReplyDelete
I don't think I've heard of this film. Great cast. You have the best Christmas mugs and cups.ReplyDelete
Oops, Happy T Day!ReplyDelete
Oh I know this film. Wow. I feel like I won the lottery seeing I never know most of what you post. Smile. I do like this one, and you mug is awesome. Perfect for the holidays. Happy T day. Hugs-ErikaReplyDelete
I watched the trailor and am saving the film for this afternoon. Looks like a good one. You have a great candy cane mug.ReplyDelete
Katharine Hepburn is a top fave of mine and I have seen every one of her movies this one at least several times, and it never gets old to me:)ReplyDelete
Happy T day!
Love the Christmas mug! Happy T Day, ValerieReplyDelete
I'm not sure if I've seen that one, but both of them were great actors. Happy T-Day!ReplyDelete
I will have to watch this one. I enjoy seeing these two act together.ReplyDelete
Happy Tea Day,
I´m a tad late... I don´t know this film, but my Dad was born that year, must be something good about it ;-)ReplyDelete
He was as silly!
One of my all time favorite movies. Grant and Hepburn were a terrific team and they are both at their most fun and charming here. This is so delightful and I'm glad there is another fan! Definitely saving this link to watch again at will!ReplyDelete
Cary Grant in The Bishop's Wife is delightful, so this should be another fun one. Like your stripe mug - very festive for T Tuesday.ReplyDelete
Have seen it but not for so long! I shall have to watch this one again. Thanks! :)ReplyDelete
I don't recall the movie, but it has a great cast Kathryn Hepburn is one of my favorites.ReplyDelete
On another subject, I've been enjoying chatting with you about yoga. I miss my classmates and a live class. Nobody else "gets" my love of yoga.
Namaste and Happy T-day! Hugs, Eileen
I've tried floating FB posts on Yoga, and they just sit there ignored lolDelete
Oh yes! That is my sort of film. I think I will watch this one.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the suggestion.
Have a lovely weekend,