Transcript for Holiday Season's Must-Watch Movies for Christmas Week
We continue, now, with a look at some of the movies to see this christmas day. It's always one of the best times of the year for blockbusters and oscar hopefuls. And abc's chris connelly has a preview of the season's must-see movies. Reporter: Crowd-pleasers and for your consideration award contenders, vie for your cinematic dollars this week. Tyler perry's "a me day ya christmas." Check. There's so much more. 2:59 worth, in fact. Make clients money at the same time. Reporter: For leonardo DiCAPRIO, IN MARTIN SCORSESE'S "The wonderful of wall street." "Her" scarlett johansson, of the bodiless voice that joaquin phoenix falls in love with. And the depths of mary poppins in "saving mr. Banks." Kristen wiig returns with ben stiller. Are you coming? Yes, I'm not. Reporter: To reinvent the classic walter mitty. Not much reinvention here with "raging bull's" de niro, and "rocky's" stallone, squaring off for "grudge match." I took a dump on your porch. Reporter: Crazy, sexy cool. "American hustle." "August: Osage county" pits meryl streep, squabbling with julia roberts. They're calle native americans, mom. Reporter: Both actresses in the oscar conversation. Best actor contender, bruce stearns, is hardly a laugh riot. In the black and white and bleak "nebraska." With june squibb. Should have thought about that years ago. Reporter: The cohen brothers, "inside lun davis," offers the EARLY '60s FOLK MUSIC CIRCUIT. Its anti-hero is played by oscar isaac. So, I can't see you tonight? Reporter: A starmaking performance of quiet charisma. And look who is on a mother loving boat. Robert redford in "all is lost." Over. Reporter: Will the oscars throw him a line? What else is christmas moviegoing season all about, right? For "good morning america," chris connelly, abc news, los angeles. Thank you, chris. And coming up, how to deal
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