Below I’ve listed the movies that I remember watching during my childhood over and over again (excluding animated Disney movies – those will come later).
One of my very distinct early memories is of me sitting in my tiny chair eating mini-marshmallows as I enjoyed one of my favorite films.
This guide includes movies that the whole family can enjoy and I wouldn’t mind if my own children one day watched them repeatedly.
Falling in Love with Love . . .
February is one of the better months of the year because it is the shortest winter month, the Superbowl and Academy Awards are both held during, and I look good in red. This year there is even more to celebrate in February. Alex and I have been “officially” together for 7 years and the month also includes Alex’s birthday.
Being that it is the month of love, I thought I would touch on the subject with another movie guide. The following movie guide is not totally focused on romance but instead on a movie genre I love . . . MUSICALS. Obviously, love is almost always the main focal point of a musical but the dancing and singing are the parts that make my heart swell.
This year the holidays seem to be sneaking up on me quicker than ever before. I blame the foot of snow we currently have and the freezing temperatures we’ve had all week. Usually, I like to take one holiday at a time. I am not a fan of Christmas decorations being out before Thanksgiving. But “Holiday Inn” was recently playing on television and it got this Grinch in the holiday mood.
I decided to compile a list of my favorite holiday movies to refer to instead of just watching whichever title happens to be playing that evening. You’ll notice a few films missing from my list that everyone else would include. I also didn’t rank the movies but instead divided them into categories because I like a lot of variety in my viewing pleasure. If I watch a classic one night, I like to pick from another category the next night.
I hope you enjoy my list: