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Hangover leisure

So you had your fun, you wake up feeling like a truck ran over you, while an orchestra of cats play the violin inside your head and -if you were lucky-, you wake up to a hunky someone sipping coffee in your kitchen.

What is there to do while you regain consciousness and start feeling human again? New years is usually a day of lots of sleeping but also, a day of simple brainless leisure that does not require a lot of thinking.

So while you drink lots of liquids -usually recommended for hangovers, that’s basically your liver screaming for water- here is a top 10 list of movies -categorized from more brain effort to less- that I find both fun to watch over and over and that fit all tastes.

10. Gone with the wind: An american classic, a manipulative woman and a roguish man carry on a turbulent love affair. The movie is both surprisingly gripping and funny at the right times and will have you busy for a few hours.

9. Little Shop of Horrors: Science fiction, Rick Moranis, a simple story, some song… I specially like the dentist character.

8. Constantine: Ok, so it’s not the most cerebral script ever, but Keanu is decent and so are the special effects. If you have not seen this one, expect a few plot surprises.

7. Hairspray: Yes, I am that gay and I have included the new Zack Efron / John Travolta version on this one. I like this movie, it’s fun to watch the tunes are catchy and Nikky Blonsky is fantastic in my opinion.

6. Sound of Music: An all-time favorite classic to watch with your loved ones and remember the good old days. Julie Andrews at her best.

5. Tootsie: Dustin Hoffman playing a woman. A pure reflection of New York and actors at that time struggling to find work and how dating happened -which has not changed much if you ask me-

4. Death Becomes her: Eternal beauty and immortality, desperate people look for desperate measures. The script is brilliant and all actors incredible, dark humor and lines to quote for all occasions

3. Mr & Mrs. Smith: The fetish movie for all brangelina fans. The one where they fell in love. I specially like the extended non-theatrical version -there are a few extra scenes that add more depth to the story-

2. Americas Sweethearts: Catherine Zeta-Jones and Julia Roberts are brilliant -and they are not exactly my actresses of choice-, I won’t go into details but this one is a must see if you feel like having a few laughs while being entertained.

1. Fright Night (2011): Rebooting classics is something I never like, nor support but I have to say that in some areas this one exceeds the original. I’d let Colin have his way with me if he was my neighboring vampire too! 


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Así que te divertiste, pero te levantas sintiendo como si un camión te hubiese pasado por encima, mientras una orquesta de gatos tocan los violines dentro de tu cabeza y -si tuviste suerte-, te levantas con un tio bueno tomando café en tu cocina.

¿Qué hacer mientras recuperas la conciencia y vuelves a sentirte cómo un ser humano? El dñia de año Nuevo es por lo general, un día para recuperarse y dormir mucho, pero lo es también para pasarte el día viendo algo en la tele que no requiera pensar mucho.

Así que mientras bebes muchos líquidos -recomendado siempre para las resacas, lo que significa que tu higado te está gritando por mucha hidratación- he aquí un lista de las 10 películas -categorizadas desde el mayor esfuerzo cerebral por parte del expectador a la que menos- que encuentro divertidas de ver una y otra vez y que se ajustan a todos los gustos.


10. Lo que el viento se llevó: Un clásico del cine americano, una mujer manipuladora y un hombre tosco se ven envueltos en un romance turbulento. La pelicula te mantendrá interesado a la vez que entretenido en los intervalos adecuados, además de entretenerte por unas cuantas horas.

9. La pequeña tienda de los horrores: Ciencia ficción, plantas carnivoras, Rick Moranis… me gusta especialmente el personaje del dentista.

8. Constantine: Vale, no es el guión más elaborado del mundo, pero Keanu está bastante decente y también los efectos especiales. Espera unos cuantos giros de argumento al final

7. Hairspray: Si, soy tan gay qu he incluido la versión de Zack Efron / John Travolta en la lista. Me gusta esta película, es divertida, las melodías son pegadizas y Nikky Blonsky está simplemente fantástica.

6. Sonrisas y lágrimas: Un clásico para ver con la familia y recordar aquellos tiempos felices. Julie Andrews en lo mejor de su carrera.

5. Tootsie: Dustin Hoffman haciendo de mujer. Un fiel reflejo de la lucha de los actores Neoyorquinos de aquella epoca por encontrar trabajo, y de como ocurría todo el asunto de las citas -no mucho ha cambiado si me lo preguntas-

4. La muerte os sienta tan bien: La belleza eterna e immortalidad, la gente desesperada buscando medidas desesperadas. El guión es magnífico y los actores simplemente brillantes. Muchas lineas de la película puedes ser citadas en numerosas ocasiones.

3. El señor y La señora Smith: La película fetiche para todos los fans de brangelina. la película donde se enamoraron.Me gusta especialmente la versión extendida -hay algunas escenas extra que añaden un poco más de profundidad a la historia-

2. La pareja del año: Catherine Zeta-Jones y Julia Roberts están brillantes -y no son precisamente mis actrices por elección-, No voy a entrar en detalles, pero esta es una de las que debes ver si deseas ser entretenido y reirte a la vez.

1. Noche de miedo (2011): Rehacer clasicos es algo que nunca me ha gustado, ni apoyo, pero he de admitir que en algunas areas esta supera a la original. Yo dejaría que Colin me mordiera ó abusara de mí si fuese mi vecino vampiro.


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