10 Day Movie Challenge {Wordless Wednesday}




Drew Barrymore Ever After I know it's somewhat corney, but I love a love story!  Just breathe....


Which Narnia Character Are You??


Becca & Chris (New wedding them--swan princess!)


Quiz: Can You Match These 16 Sound Of Music Quotes To Their Scenes? #thesoundofmusic A quiz on the classic musical film, The Sound of Music, that tests you on your knowledge of the most famous scenes, from beginning to end!


Persuasion (1995) starring Amanda Root and Ciaran Hinds (my favorite part of both the movie and the book!)


Balto





Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi



Anne Hathaway on third 'The Princess Diaries' movie: "We're working on it"

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  1. *heart eyes for the pretty pictures*

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  2. Ever After! And Narnia! And The Sound of Music! And the Princess Diaries! All lovely movies. <3 (Oh, and what's the name of that movie with the two dogs?? It's on the tip of my tongue...)

    This was a fun idea for a post! Is this part of a tag or something?

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    1. I'm glad you like them, too. <3 (Haha and yes, what Caitlin said!)

      It was part of a thing that went around a while ago: people would either post a movie still on some form of social media, with no context, for ten days straight; or people would just post them all in one fell swoop. The idea, as far as I recall, was to share movies that had been influential in your life. :)

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    2. AHH YES, that's it! Thanks Caitlin. :)

      Oh okay, cool! Hmm... I might just have to do this on my blog sometime. ;D

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  3. Yes, I love these movies!!! <333 The only ones that I haven't seen are Persuasion and the animated one.

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  4. ACK, did you watch Homeward Bound growing up too?? I haven't seen that movie in forever...xD

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    1. Did I ever! And my mom cried every. single. time. ;) To be fair I'm pretty sure I'd bawl if I watched it now.

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  5. Ah, the 1995 adaptation of Persuasion. I love that movie, as of course I love the novel. It's my favorite of Austen's works, except for when I'm reading Pride and Prejudice, which is then my favorite Austen work.

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    1. I really love it, too. It might be my second favorite Austen film adaptation? Not quite sure, but there's a definite possibility. I have a whole hierarchy when it comes to Austen, in terms of favorite book, favorite movie, favorite story in general, that I did a post about a few months ago. I think P&P is my favorite book of hers. :)

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