Insomniac Theater: Christmas 2013 Edition

WNN anchors review two films, "August: Osage County" and "The Invisible Woman."
3:00 | 12/25/13

Coming up in the next {{countdown}} {{countdownlbl}}

Coming up next:



Skip to this video now

Now Playing:


Related Extras
Related Videos
Video Transcript
Transcript for Insomniac Theater: Christmas 2013 Edition
Christmas edition -- inside -- theater a bounty of new movies under the tree for film fans today. And we are taking action movies for those who might need a little time away from their loved ones beginning with August Osage county features a dysfunctional family -- Oscar winners. Merrill Streep stars as a -- are popping matriarch to a family that has little love for her. Police of all her daughter played by Julia Roberts the two exchanged insults instead of Christmas presents in this not quite home for the holidays dark comedy. Hello is peculiar Karen. To bring -- -- -- your father's funeral another apology was good that I really would never considered -- Gary else. He's not -- he's my fiance and we're getting married on me here is in Miami. And I limited if he can make -- I don't really see that happening you. But so far August Osage county hasn't quite received the same universal praise at the Broadway Show did it looks is if it will have a strong run in the upcoming awards season. Peter Travers from the Rolling Stone. Gave it three and a half stars saying that Wendy's three major actresses are on screen August Osage county retains its power to Lori -- And EM -- terror from -- PR says. This film a little too often feels calculated to -- those verbal blades four awards season with this. Directional they -- there it'll be okay but an Osage county Oklahoma. Things are. Very much not okay on the invisible woman is what is believed to be a happy married mother and schoolteacher turns out -- she's -- haunted character with a checkered past the invisible woman looks back as she evaluates her relationship with. None other than Charles dickens' played with a by ray -- -- known to be controlling a mostly isolated in his gets more famous it gets more difficult take a look. Wonderful friend to reflect upon it and human creature. It's a profound secrets and mysteries and room. -- that secret he's given to another -- have to. And perhaps to human -- has -- no right to. And that is Ralph -- the invisible woman doesn't look -- -- become -- -- classic worthy of Charles -- one of the better reviews comes from Stephen holder the New York Times he says that the film has quote. Some of the strongest acting of any contemporary film bucks the New York Post are you were channel using challenge channeling that is little -- -- the headline. Should have been a far far better -- -- -- From there -- -- -- -- and August decision and it sounds like the Edmonton event continues. -- -- to chat about remember to follow us FaceBook at Betty -- -- -- that it is.

This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.

{"id":21332622,"title":"Insomniac Theater: Christmas 2013 Edition","duration":"3:00","description":"WNN anchors review two films, \"August: Osage County\" and \"The Invisible Woman.\"","url":"/WNN/video/august-osage-county-invisbile-woman-movie-review-21332622","section":"WNN","mediaType":"default"}