Weekend Movie Recommendations
2002
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Weekend Movie Recommendations

Since the holidays are approaching, I thought of making a list of “make you feel good movies.”

movie recommendations

Romantic Comedies:
Love Actually follows the lives of eight very different couples in dealing with their love lives in various loosely and interrelated tales all set during a frantic month before Christmas in London, England. Staring Hugh Grant. A friend recommended this movie, and although we were not a big fans of Bridget Jones’ Diary, I convinced Danny to watch it, and we both loved it.

Classic:
Singing in the rain. Yes, I know it’s an “old” movie, and yes it’s a “musical”, but it is hands down, this is one of the funniest films ever. Trust me on this one, you’ll love it. I screened it here once, and one of my cousins avoided it because there wasn’t anything else, he sat down to watched and bought the movie for him later on; that’s how good it is. Staring Gene KellyDonald O’Connor and Debbie Reynolds. A silent film production crew and cast makes the transition to talkies.

Family:
Disney’s Alice in Wonderland. No holiday movie recommendation will be complete if I didn’t include a movie for the children of the house. Disney’s Alice in Wonderland is one of my favorite films from when I was a kid. I could watch hundreds of times, and I could still enjoy it, so no doubt this will be a children’s favorite.