Ana Luisa Suarez
Ana is our Viral Content Director. She oversees all the content on and manages the editorial team of writers, strategizing optimum content for our readers. But really she is just a fangirl/Disney fanatic in disguise. Don't mention One Direction or Harry Potter unless you plan on having a 5-hour-long discussion about both. She believes every office should have the right balance between sunlight and cats.
  • Enter Our 'The Woman in Black 2 Angel of Death' Giveaway
    By: Ana Luisa Suarez Dec 19, 2014
    Relativity Media Are you ready to be absolutely terrified? The Woman in Black is coming for you. But first, she wants to give you some sweet prizes! Enter our giveaway now for a chance to win. The Woman In Black 2 Angel of Death is about a group of orphaned children are forced to move from their home in London, caretakers Eve (Phoebe Fox) and Jean (Helen McCrory) bring everyone to the desolate and eerie British countryside. 40 years after Arthur Kipps (played by Daniel Radcliffe in the first film, The Woman in Black) left, this supernatural horror film introduces this new group to the now abandoned Eel Marsh House; an odd but seemingly safe location. It isn’t long before Eve starts to sense that this house is not what it appears to be as the children in her care begin to disappear. As their house of safety becomes a house of horrors, Eve enlists the help of a handsome pilot (Jeremy Irvine) to help investigate what is happening. Eve soon discovers that it may not be a coincidence that she has come to reside in the house inhabited by the Woman in Black. How to win: 1. Follow @hollywood_com // 2. RT this tweet RT & Follow us for a chance to win a $500 gift card & @WomanInBlackTwo goodies! #AngelOfDeathGiveaway #SheNeverLeft — HOLLYWOOD.COM (@Hollywood_com) December 19, 2014 One winner will receive: - 1 $500 American Express gift card - 1 The Woman In Black 2 Angel of Death sleeping bag - 1 The Woman In Black 2 Angel of Death zip-up hoodie The Woman in Black 2 Angel of Death is in theaters January 2, 2015. Grab your best friends (and maybe an extra pair of pants) and plan your horror movie date night! Estimated value: $550.00
  • 25 Wicked Gifts For The Harry Potter Addict In Your Life
    By: Ana Luisa Suarez Dec 18, 2014
    Potterheads will love this merch, even after all this time. They will always love Potter. Why not buy them (or yourself) something magical? For the fan who loves to wear their Potter pride: GIPHY/Warner Bros. 1. A Gryffindor bath robe, since you don't ever want to be under dressed at Hogwarts. 2. For your fellow Slytherin, they might enjoy this shirt or these pants.  3. This shirt that tells the muggles in your life to back off. 4. The most adorable sweatshirt combining Harry Potter and Disney.  5. The most detailed, hand-painted shoes you will ever see. 6. This very subtle, but sweet lightning bolt necklace.  For The die-head Potterhead who needs their stuff to look like the real deal: Warner Bros./ Warner Bros./ 7. The Lost Diadem of Rowena Ravenclaw is great for those seeking knowledge and answers. 8. The Mirror of Erised will show you your deepest desires. 9. Tom Marvolo Riddle's Diary will allow you to confess your darkest secrets. 10. The Sword of Godric Gryffindor will present itself to you if you're truly deserving.  11. Harry Potter's glasses can help a Potterhead see, even in the darkest of times. For the fan who wishes magic was actually real: GIPHY/Warner Bros. 12. This flask to hide your Felix Felicis potion in. 13. Your very own Time Turner, so you can watch all eight Harry Potter movies at once. 14. A Marauder's Map, so you can stalk your crush.  15. Harry James Potter's WAND, so you can do magic, obviously.  16. A freakin' Firebolt, because who doesn't want to fly? For the fan who is really into Divination: GIPHY/Warner Bros. 17. This Espresso Patronum mug, with a Grim featured on the bottom. 18. This matching Keeper - Catch mug set for your Potter bestie. 19. This "After All This Time?" "Always." mug. 20. This planner, because you need to write down your Divination schedule. For the fan who has their house decked out in Potter designs: GIPHY/Warner Bros. 21. This Alohomora key rack because it's an adorable greeting for when you get home.  22.These wall art quotes from the extremely wise Albus Dumbledore.  23. This comforter set, so you can sleep surrounded by Harry Potter.  24. This accurate sign for the entrance to the Ministry of Magic. 25. A Lumos/Nox light decal, in caue you ever forget which means which. Warner Bros./ Follow @hollywood_com // Follow @analuisasrz //
  • Mizuo Peck Interview: "This Film Is A Celebration of Robin Williams' Genius"
    By: Ana Luisa Suarez Dec 16, 2014
    Caitlin Mitchell Recently, we sat down the the beautiful Mizuo Peck, best known for her portrayal as Sacajawea in the Night At The Museum series to prep for the release of the final film in the series, Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb. We spoke with her about her acting career, that began in a school with many other famous alumni, and got candid about her time in this popular series. She discussed her methods for portraying a historical figure, what it's been like to be a part of this series, and her thoughts on Robin William's impact on the film. How did you get your start in acting? I started acting when I was 11-years-old. I was apart of this really great theater company, called TADA!, which is still going strong today. They have a lot of great alum, like Iggy Azalea and Kerry Washington. It really changed my life and got me into this world. I auditioned by singing this song and it got me out of my skin and got my very confident and I learned how to be focused. They really treated us like professionals. We weren’t allowed to get away with, “oh they’re just kids,” no, this was a professional company. Growing up, did you have any actors/actresses you found inspirational and used as motivation? Oddly enough, for a long time as a kid I looked up to Johnny Depp. Not only did I think I looked like him a little bit, but also I enjoyed that after 21 Jump Street he could have gone on the pretty boy path, but he fought convention and did all the crazy roles and he wanted to focus on genuine character work. I just remember thinking that was amazing thing to look up to. These days I think there are a lot of actors and actresses that are doing a really great job. I also really like these indie people, like Miranda July and Emily Mortimer, I’m really impressed by her career. Just actresses that are really smart and savvy, who create the work for themselves. Are there any actors/actresses you’d like to work with in the future? Like someone, that you need to work with? No, I’d be honored to work with any of them. The list of Cate Blanchett’s, they’re the ones that I idolized. It’d be great to work with them. But for the most part, I just want to be girlfriends with them. I think we’d get along, like Lena Dunham. What is it like to portray a historical figure? Is there any pressure because people actually know who that person is? I swear, I did so much research on Sacajawea, because it’s so important to me to make her real. We are playing wax statues of these characters, but her story is so fascinating, so it was really cool for me to watch all these documentaries and read all these books about her life. I could tell you so many stories about her, she was such an asset to the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Do you have a particular style for preparing for this role? Yeah, I read a lot of books. Watched a lot of documentaries.  I went to the American Indian Natural History Museum all the way down in Bowling Green, which was beautiful to see all the different artifacts and they have modern Native American art. I also read some of the children’s stories that they had at the library there. It was nice to learn and research, it felt like a great way to get in touch. I took a lot from my time out west, visiting the different reservations and the countryside. Is there any other historical figure, male or female, you’d like to portray? As far as playing another historical figure man or woman, it would be fun to play a wild and eccentric artist like Salvador Dali. How about Josephine Baker, the barrier breaking roaring 20's entertainer? The Japanese artists Yayoi Kusama and Yoko Ono are still very much alive and creating their courageous art. I think they're great and I'd love to portray them some day. What’s been your favorite trait about this character, as this is the third time you’re portraying her, what do you think is the best thing about her? It’s funny, because this time around Sacajawea really gets to put her leadership skills out there. She gets to take charge and she gives some sagely advice to Ben’s character, now that they’ve known each other through the years, she’s able to give him some advice about parenting, She’s very confident. There are so many words to describe her, she’s brave and resilient. In one word, I would say she is wise. She does impart her opinion ad advice. She is someone Ben Stiller’s character listens to and looks up to, because she knows what’s up. So, how would you say what her relationship with Ben Stiller’s character (Larry Daley) is in these films? Sacajawea has become a link between the magical creatures that are coming alive in the museum. Carla Gugino’s character (Rebecca), the female interest in the film, and he kind of presents Sacajawea as a gift to her to prove he’s not crazy. I think I was like a friend, along with Ahkmenrah and Attila The Hun, we are all a team with Ben. Which is fun, we encounter obstacles together, along with Teddy Roosevelt of course, who is like the team leader, but Ben is the leader too. We’re a very democratic team, everyone gets a say and is respected.  Is there a moment you think fans will look forward to in this movie? This time around it was really great. What was different is that I’m holding a monkey the entire time. What was it like working with the monkey? It was amazing. Yes, I’ve worked with Dexter before and me a Dexter really get to bond. I’m basically carrying Dexter the entire time. People all want to believe that Dexter is a boy, but she’s not. It’s a girl, she’s Crystal. Crystal and I bonded very much. What was amazing is the gestures she gives you. She shows you when she trusts you, when she puts her hands over her teeth, it’s an act of submission to show she won’t bite you. When she gets really comfortable, she grooms you. It was actually a great honor to work with her. And saying goodbye to her at the end, she was at the cast party and she reached out her hand. It was heartbreaking, it was like tearing myself away from this child. She had such a connection with me.  Twentieth Century Fox Is there any museum you wish you could have unlimited access to like in these films? The Lourve. That was always the name thrown around, that it would be the next museum we were going to go to. That would be absolutely amazing. I think it would be romantic and mysterious to walk through. We were able to walk through the British Museum at night and it was eerie and really cool to have free reign. How do you feel like this film will reflect on Robin Williams’ memory? Is there is any scene with him that you feel you’ll really keep with you? Oh absolutely! Robin and I, from the very start, had a really sweet relationship. Teddy and Sacajawea's relationship does continue on into this third movie. This time around, we were arm and arm, walking around the halls of the museum. Checking things out, checking in on each other. We had this strength and trust in each other. He was my Teddy. I’m always going to remember him as that. He’ll always have a special place in my heart. I do think this movie will be such a celebration of his genius. I feel so lucky to have gotten a glimpse of his wild personality and his spirit. I feel very grateful to have been able to work with him. How is it going to be, promoting this film and watching it on the screen after his untimely passing? It’s going to be really tough to watch. Without what happened, the movie is kind of takes a serious note. In the movie, there’s a lot of mortality issues, even though we are mannequins. The tablet that keeps us alive is failing. I think there’s a lot of heart wrenching moments. With Robin’s passing, it’s going to be even more bittersweet to watch. What was it like working with him?  He’s just pure joy. Especially in this character, you know just the strong, leadership of Teddy Roosevelt in this film. I mean, he is a shining light. I’ll never forget when I first got the job, my agent was like, “Okay, you’re going to be riding a horse...with Robin Williams.” I knew there was going to be some famous people in the film that I wasn’t expecting. It’s been an amazing ride. What can we expect to see from you in the next year? I would love to do television! I want to use this momentum to go into pilot season, which is the beginning of the year. I would love to book a TV series. I just got new agents, so I’m going to get on it. What is it about a TV show you’d like? I know some actors don’t like to do both film and television. I think these days television is a whole other ball game. It’s so well written and so high quality. I think it’s a dream world of stability. You know, I’d do a million films. But with films, they’re a couple months and then they’re over. With some jobs, it’s only a couple days and it’s over. So that just means you keep having to look, which is obviously part of being an actor, you’re always looking for the next gig. I have this fantasy of rolling up to set and getting ready for the day. There’s just a family feeling that I’m seeking. Is there anything you’d like to add that you want our readers to be looking forward to in the film? There’s so many good things! You know, the film is going to be like a surprise to me. There’s so many times we are fighting things that aren’t there. That is an interesting thing to look for, when we’re fighting the 9-headed Chinese dragon, it isn’t there. The was one stunt thing I did, which wasn’t much of a stunt, but  wasscary for me. In one part of the movie, I’m opening the doors of the planetarium, not only is it digitally done, I’m on a 30-feet cherry picker. It was most frightening thing, I didn’t realize I was afraid of heights until I got up there. And that’s the magic of movie making. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb is in theaters December 19th! Make sure you see it in theaters for one final, incredible ride.
  • 15 Reasons 'Elf' Is The Greatest Holiday Movie Ever Made
    By: Ana Luisa Suarez Dec 09, 2014
    Every year, after Thanksgiving ends and Christmas time is officially allowed to begin, I celebrate it by watching Elf. It's been a holiday tradition for the last 11 years and will be one that continues for many years to come. It's not only the best Christmas movie to exist, it's also Will Ferrell's best movie. If you've ever watched Elf, then I'm sure agree with me.  1. So to start, Elf just understands how we all feel about Christmas and Santa: GIPHY/New Line Cinema 2. It gave us the understanding of why we all smile during this time of year: GIPHY/New Line Cinema 3. And a new way to answer the phone December 1-25: GIPHY/New Line Cinema 4. We've also got a whole new diet now to get in shape for Christmas: 5. It also taught us how easy it is to sing in public by yourself: GIPHY/New Line Cinema 6. And if that person doesn't believe you, then just prove them wrong with a Christmas tune: GIPHY/New Line Cinema 7. Now we know how to spend every day this holiday season: New Line Cinema/ 8. Christmas time makes us all feel more apologetic and Elf taught us what to say in those times: GIPHY/New Line Cinema 9. But it also reminded us that people tend to lie: GIPHY/New Line Cinema 10. And if you need to, insult them in a Christmas fashion: GIPHY/New Line Cinema Christmas burn! 11. We also know how to curse in Elf, thanks to Elf: GIPHY/New Line Cinema GIPHY/New Line Cinema 12. If you ever visit New York City, you now know that the yellow ones don't stop: GIPHY/New Line Cinema 13. And where the best cup of coffee is: GIPHY/New Line Cinema 14. As well as how to behave in a fancy office building: GIPHY/New Line Cinema GIPHY/New Line Cinema 15. And the most important reason this movie is the best Christmas movie to ever exist, it's taught us how to spread cheer: GIPHY/New Line Cinema Why do you think Elf is the greatest holiday movie of all time? Tweet us your responses! Follow @hollywood_com // Follow @analuisasrz //
  • The Holiday Gift Guide For The TV Lover In Your Life
    By: Ana Luisa Suarez Dec 02, 2014
    The holiday season is finally upon us and if you're anything like us, you're probably struggling to find gifts for some of your loved ones. Everyone has a favorite TV show, and if you're lucky, that TV show has a big enough following that means when Christmas comes around each year, you can find a gift perfectly tailored to that show. Scandal fans: 1. This "Shut It Down" wine glass, so you can drink your wine in style while watching Scandal every Thursday. 2. An Olivia Pope & Associates t-shirt, because your real job isn't as cool. 3. This classic frame quote, because if a man wants you, he's got to prove it. 4. This shirt supporting which team you are on.  The Walking Dead fans: AMC/ AMC/ 5. This lego Daryl Dixon, so you can have your own Daryl for adventures. 6. A Zombie apocalypse bracelet for your best friend, so they know who to have on their team when the end comes. 7. This wall decal to warn your friends and family of the dead inside. 8. The Offical Zombie Survival Kit, because it's perfect for a zombie apocalypse, or just a general emergency.  9.  These coasters with brutally honest (and hilarious) quotes from the show. Game of Thrones fans: GIPHY/HBO 10. This mug with Jon Snow's motto, because Crows Before Hoes. 11. This underwear declaring which house of Westeros you belong to. 12. These beautiful direwolf bookends that any member of the Stark family would die for.  13. These his and hers Khal/Khaleesi matching necklaces to give your loved one to prove how much you care. Breaking Bad fans: AMC/ 14. This blue meth candy, in case you've ever wanted to try (candy) meth, but not get hooked. 15. This insanely appropriate "Let's Cook" cutting board. 16. A shirt that shows where you work.  17. For the Mac user in your life, this Walter White decal so they'll never be too far from him. American Horror Story fans: FX/ 18. This sweatshirt that says it all. 19. This mug dedicated to the baddest witches to ever exist. 20. This necklace that will help you keep Twisty close to your heart. 21. This phone case that has love for every season of AHS. Supernatural fans: The CW/supernaturalisadrug, 22. This protection necklace, because Sam and Dean want to keep you safe. 23. These rings so you and your besties can express your deepest emotions for each other. 24. This sweatshirt with the Family Motto. 25. For the uber dedicated fan, get them John Winchester's journal.  Sons of Anarchy fans: GIPHY/FX 26. This poster featuring a very good-looking Jax (Charlie Hunnam). 27. This personalized SOA zippo lighter. 28. Jax Teller's son ring, if you're a really big fan with some money. Once Upon A Time fans: ABC/ 29. Henry's leather book cover for your iPad, so you can e-read in style.  30. This intricate, beautiful locket inspired by Emma Swan. 31. These hand painted sneakers for the OUAT  fan to step out on the town in. The Big Bang Theory fans: CBS/ 32. This Soft Kitty pillow to snuggle with every time you're sick or sad. 33. The Rubik's Cube tissue box, seen on The Big Bang Theory. 34. Why should the human's only benefit? Get this Bazinga! dog collar for your pet. Modern Family fans: GIPHY/ABC 35. This wall art with quite possibly the best Phil Dunphy quote to ever exist. 36. This Jay Pritchett shirt that perfectly describes how he feels. 37. This shirt that shows how well Phil handles pressure.  Sherlock fans: BBC/ 38. This necklace, which acts as the key to 221B Baker Street. 39. This "High-Functioning Sociopath" sweartshirt that we can all kind of relate to. 40. And finally, because it's the holiday season, get this card to truly express your love for someone. If all else fails, a Netflix subscription is only $7.99/month. Follow @hollywood_com Follow @analuisasrz //
  • 15 Times 'The Walking Dead' Made You Cry
    By: Ana Luisa Suarez Dec 01, 2014
    For a show about zombies and the apocalypse, there are a lot of feelings on The Walking Dead. More than a couple of times in the shows five season history, us viewers have found ourselves tearing up and trying to tell our friends that, "no, we are totally not crying while there is a zombie, er walker, on the screen." But truth be told, after watching "Four Walls and a Roof" and "Coda" this season, we're defintely going to have to fess up to the tears. 1. When Morgan couldn't kill his wife: AMC/GIPHY To be honest, when Duane cried in that episode, we cried to. We (just me, probably) also cried when the horse went down at the very end of the episode, but I refuse to include that image, my heart is still not over it. 2. When they finally found Sophia: AMC/ 3. When Lori said goodbye to Carl: AMC/GIPHY 4. Then Carl had to kill her: AMC/GIPHY 5. And then Rick found out: AMC/GIPHY Okay, we only cried a little here, because (so sorry Andrew Lincoln) we started laughing, but what is that face? 6. When you first realized why Michonne was the way she is: GIPHY/AMC 7. When The Govenor had Maggie and Glenn and we were convinced they weren't going to make it: AMC/GIPHY Let's not even mention the awful stuff he did to Maggie. 8. This </3:  AMC/GIPHY 9. The truly awful death of Hershel: AMC/GIPHY 10. When Rick and Carl thought Judith was dead: AMC/GIPHY We all didn't think that TWD would go there, but you NEVER know with this show. 11. When Daryl finally opened up about his feelings: AMC/GIPHY 12. When Carol had to do this: AMC/ AMC/ "Look at the flowers." 13. These very emotional reunions: AMC/ AMC/ 14. And most recently, when our residental sees-the-good-in-everything-guy, Bob got bit (and eaten): AMC/ AMC/ "You came to us a loner, left us as a family." *quietly sobbing to The Walking Dead theme song* 15. When Maggie thought she was finally being reunited with her sister: AMC/ Maggie literally cannot catch a break when it comes to midseason finales, and neither can we. What do you think is the saddest moment from the show? Tweet us your answers. Follow @hollywood_com | // | Follow @analuisasrz //
  • Which One Direction Song Was Written About You?
    By: Ana Luisa Suarez Nov 25, 2014
  • A Definitive Ranking of Zac Efron's Best Dance Moves
    By: Ana Luisa Suarez Nov 24, 2014
    Zac Efron has it all: looks, charm, and awesome dance skills. You might not think his singing is all that great (neither did Disney in the first High School Musical) but you can't deny that Zac can dance. We wanted to include every dance sequence from the High School Musical series, but some of them really shouldn't be watched multiple times. 12. The "Get'Cha Head In The Game" Dance: Channel Channel 11. This come hither move from "What Time Is It": GIPHY/Disney Channel We are on our way. 10. When he busted a move in 17 Again: GIPHY/New Line Cinema 9. THIS moment from High School Musical 3: Senior Year: Disney/ 8. This bro chest bump from "The Boys Are Back": GIPHY/Disney 7. His dance moves were so strong, he had to teach Michelle Pfeiffer how to get down in New Year's Eve: Line Cinema 6. When he was a member of the famous "We're All In This Together" Dance": YouTube/Disney Channel 5. Whatever this dance from Workaholics is: Central Central 4. Pretty much any moment Troy and Gabriella danced together in the entire HSM series: GIPHY/Disney GIPHY/Disney GIPHY/Disney Channel 3. When he graduated from high school to college frat boy in Neighbors: Pictures Pictures 2. When he broke our hearts as Link Larkin in Hairspray: New Line Cinema/ Swoon. 1. The "Bet On It" sequence from High School Musical 2: YouTube/Disney Channel This comes in at #1 because there is no way you can watch this clip without smiling (and hysterically laughing). Zac sure has no problem following choreography, even if it's extremely out there, and for that, we will always love him and always remember this scene.  What is your favorite Zefron dance scene? Tweet us your answers! Follow @hollywood_com // Follow @analuisasrz //
  • Battle Of The Music Videos: 15 Years Ago Vs. Now
    By: Ana Luisa Suarez Nov 21, 2014
    Are we the only ones who miss old videos? Nowadays, it seems people are more concerned with breaking each others' records on Vevo than they are with putting out a quality (if not, a little goofy) video. Are you more a fan of videos from 15 years ago or now? Britney Spears vs. Ariana Grande Brit - "Oops, I did It Again" YouTube Ari - "Break Free" YouTube This is no contest. We'd just like to use this as a chance to shut down the idea that Ariana is at Britney's level. No one is at Britney's level, but Britney Spears herself, who after over 17 years in the business, 2 kids, a failed marriage, a total breakdown, and more, is still very much on top of her game. Our winner will always be Britney.  Christina Aguilera vs. Jessie J Xtina - 'What A Girl Wants" YouTube Jessie - "Burnin' Up" YouTube This one is tough. Not going off their talent (both women have amazing voices, that they love to show off) but the video itself, we are going to say Christina is the winner. It was a very close race, almost a tie. But sadly 2 Chains is the reason that Jessie J can't come out on top, because not only does he sound weird mixed in with her raw, fun talent, but he feels even weirder in this video. NSYNC vs. One Direction NSYNC - "Bye Bye Bye" YouTube 1D - "Steal My Girl" YouTube This is tough for us. We grew up on NSYNC, but love One Direction. Still, going off the quality of the video's content and not the actual song, we're going to crown NYSNC as the winner. Coming off their album No Strings Attached, this video just makes so much sense. They're saying goodbye to their puppet-master ex and moving on with their life. What on earth was 1D doing with a chimpanzee and a 100 random people in the middle of nowhere (we love it, but we're super confused). Destiny's Child vs. Fifth Harmony Destiny's Child - "Bills Bills Bills" YouTube Fifth Harmony - "BO$$" YouTube Two songs with similar concepts, these ladies are looking for some respect. While we're inclined to support strong women and shirtless men, we're going to have to rule the winner Destiny's Child here, because Beyoncé telling someone to kick it to the curb in the beginning of your video is always the way to start. Plus, it's Beyoncé.  Eminem vs. Iggy Azalea  Em - "The Real Slim Shady" YouTube Iggy - "Fancy" YouTube If this was a contest between Eminem 15 years ago vs. Now, this video would win, 100%. He needs to go back to his roots. However, it's not. This is a competition between him and a rapper he very recently got in hot water with. And would you look at that, our winner is Iggy Azaela. The easiest way to our hearts, and most 90's babies, is a perfect Clueless reference, and this tribute tops anything else we've seen in years. Where does your loyalty lie, the past or the present? Tweet us which side you've chosen! Follow @hollywood_com // Follow @analuisasrz //
  • 17 Movies To Watch For Every Specific Mood You Have
    By: Ana Luisa Suarez Nov 20, 2014
    Have you ever been a particular mood that you can watch only one movie to relieve it? We've certainly been there. 1. When you feel like your life is just really tough: GIPHY/Lionsgate Watch: The Hunger Games. Feeling better about your life yet? 2. When you really wish you had a long-lost twin: GIPHY/Buena Vista Pictures Watch: The Parent Trap (1998). 3. If you really feel like you need some time to think: GIPHY/Universal Pictures Watch: Atonement. How did that extra time work for you? 4. When you're in love with someone and secretly plan a life together: GIPHY/Buena Vista Pictures Watch: While You Were Sleeping.  Maybe you embellished your life with them while they're in a coma, but we wont judge. 5. When you wish wish you were an elf but you're just a human: GIPHY/New Line Cinema Watch: Elf.  You cotton-headed-ninny-muggins you! 6. When you really just wish you were a human, but your dad (the King) says no: GIPHY/Walt Disney Pictures Watch: The Little Mermaid. But you're not going to listen to him, are you? 7. When you wish you could marry a rich man, but he thinks you're rich too (and you're really not): GIPHY/Columbia Pictures Watch: Maid In Manhattan.  Bonus points if you have an adorable child. 8. Or, alternatively you want to marry a guy but you're his wedding planner: GIPHY/Columbia Pictures Watch: The Wedding Planner. 9. If you ever get the strong urge to move to Washington: GIPHY/Summit Entertainment Watch: Twilight. Don't do it. Vampires. 10. When you think your life turned out terribly and accidentally travel back in time: GIPHY/New Line Cinema Watch: 17 Again.  But, in what world does Zac Efron turn into Matthew Perry? Yikes. 11. When you're trying to prove to someone you're able to handle big responsibilities: GIPHY/Columbia Pictures Watch: Big Daddy. Kids aren't that hard, right? 12. When you wonder what it would be like to have fulfilled your childhood dream of hanging out with animals: GIPHY/Warner Bros. Watch: Ace Ventura: Pet Detective.  A grown up that saves animals? All our childhood dreams come true! 13. If you ever feel like your family is so crazy and no one understands you: GIPHY/ The Weinstein Company Watch: August Osage County. Your family is probably pretty normal, now that you think about it. 14. When you're curious about what your toys do when you're not home: GIPHY/Pixar Watch: Toy Story. Do they just lay there all day or...? 15. When you messed up at your job and are inches from being fired, so you decide you need to pull a huge stunt to save yourself: GIPHY/Columbia Pictures Watch: White Chicks.  Cause what says "I want to keep my job" better than dressing up as two spoiled white girls? 16. When you really feel like you just need some time to yourself: GIPHY/Warner Bros. Pictures Watch: I Am Legend.  Missing your "crazy" family yet? 17. When all of your friends are getting engaged this Christmas: GIPHY/20th Century Fox Watch: 27 Dresses.  Always a bridesmaid, never a bride. Follow @hollywood_com // Follow @analuisasrz //