Friday, May 27, 2016

Ten Rainy Day Films

I love to watch movie trailers, it is such a weakness. If I get pulled into the YouTube black hole, next thing I know I have watched an hours worth of movie trailers.  Weirdly enough I am not a big movie watcher. I do not know what it is. I just can not focus on one movie, or I do not want to waste two hours on a movie I do not like. 

With post grad life I have found myself with a tiny bit of extra time (okay, a lot.). I am still not a huge movie fan, but I do love a couple of go-tos. I am not promising that these movies will make you a better person, but they will entertain you for an hour or two. (I refrained from putting Talladega Nights. )

Comet// I kept hearing about this movie, and never gave it a thought. If you can handle 500 days of summer, you can handle this. If you want a good cry hit this movie up. This film is very artsy, and it is amazing how there are really only two characters and you can hate both of them. 

Stuck in Love// This movie follows a family and everyone is dating someone. This shows the different stages of life, and how something can work out or fall apart. 

Can't Buy Me Love// Young Patrick Dempsey. Pre-nose job. Do I need to say anymore? This is a classic 80's movie. ( All of the fringe in the movie is completely wonderful)  

We Were Soldiers// This movie got brought up so often I broke down and watched it. It has all of the feels. Again, probably not the happiest of movies, but worth the watch.

Emma// Classic Jane Austen, can not go wrong with a classic match maker getting matched movie. 

Elizabethtown// I know, it is a city in Kentucky, give it a chance though. The movie is so cheesy, but it is a feel good film.

The Best of Me// Okay, this is just a Nicholas Sparks movie. If you want a good cry this is your movie. 

Bridget Jone's Diary// Maybe I am a little biased to this movie because it has my name in it. Bridget Jone's is so amazingly cringe worthy, that you can not stop watching. 

The Royal Tenenbaums// Hands down my favorite movie. The characters in every Wes Anderson movie are just too good.  Gwyneth Paltrow in this film is my spirit animal. Plus, this movie will make your family seem totally normal. 

Sixteen Candles//  Another 80's movie hits the list. It takes you back to your high school days where nothing went right, and you couldn't do anything about it. (We all had those days) 


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