The Week in Entertainment
Film: Frozen, which was quite beautiful to look at, and had some very good songs, but suffered from the Disney trio of dopey comic relief, contrived matchmaking scene, and (to a lesser degree) silly animal sidekick. I did like that the act of true love was not romantic.
DVD: Mr Magoo's Christmas Carol, still very enjoyable. Dark Alibi, a Sidney Toler Charlie Chan film that's a bit embarrassing in places (Warner Oland was the best Chan, partly because of Oland's skill and dedication and partly because Keye Luke's character was more serious than Benson Fong's (speaking of dopey comic relief...)
TV: Several other Christmas Carols, including Patrick Stewart's and Alistair Sim's. The Time of the Doctor, this year's Christmas special, which (like most of the specials) was okay. I'm happy with the explanation of how he's going to go on, love the explanation for the crack in time, almost cried a little at seeing Amy (sort of seeing her), and hope the next season builds well on the premise of finding Gallifrey.
Read: A ton of Christmas mystery short stores from various collections.