Favourite movies you never get sick of watching.
I kind of did this before: Rainy Day Movies. I may have done another before that as well, but because it's a prompt and I don't have another topic ready for today, I will share my favourites.
Here are a few. Some are different than what I usually share. This is basically a throwback post, as most of my favourite movies are from the 90s and early 2000s.
Little Black Book
Brittany Murphy at her best. It's a great movie, that appears as though it is romance, but it's not really. SPOILER: She ends up alone, and it's the best move she could have made. You don't often see that.
Nobody puts baby in a corner. Enough said. I'll always love this movie.
Life as a House
I'm a sucker for sad movies.
I found this movie to be magical. It made me want to write, and it made me want to enjoy every moment I have.
I could watch this movie over and over.
A young Paul Rudd. What more could I ask for? Also, another Brittany Murphy movie.
I LOVE Bette Midler. Always have.
Let's not forget all of my favourite Disney Movies.
Beauty and the Beast
(and basically most of them).
I have a lot of 'go to' movies. It all depends on my mood.
It seems as though this post wasn't a big 'writing' post. I could have written more about why I love these movies, but I won't. I'm writing for 31 straight days, maybe I needed a good easy prompt day. (I'm sure this won't be the easiest).
Now all I want to do is go home and watch movies.
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"Write it on your heart that every day is the best day in the year."
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Agreed. I used to know all the words. Probably still do. Haha.Delete