5 Films I Forgot I Loved

Wednesday, 6 July 2016


Every now and again a film comes along that I absolutely love. Most of the time it's not because they are the most groundbreaking movies or that they have loads of hype around them, there is just something about them that makes me want to watch over and over and this happened with all of these films. I watched them a million times before forgetting all about them, but then it's like getting to watch them for the first time all over again when you remember, which is great.


Little Miss Sunshine - The only reason I watched this movie the first time was because of the campervan. I own one that is just like it, but white, and it is just as temperamental which made me cry with laughter all the way through. Couple that with an hilarious storyline of the biggest family of misfits it makes for a pretty epic film. It is a feel good film with the biggest heart and I can't believe I haven't watched it in so long!


The Incredibles - When this came out the massive comic book/super hero craze hadn't began. This was my first superhero film that I loved and better yet it had some kickass female characters in it too! With the announcement of the 2nd film being made it brought back all the awesome memories of this film (I even had the PS2 game) so I can't wait for the second instalment. 


Million Dollar Baby - This wasn't really a film that I though I would love as much as I do. I am a massive comedy fan so I don't even know how I came around to watching it but I was so glad when I did. I got it on DVD when it came out and don't think I watched anything else for about 3 weeks. It was massive when it was first released and deserved all the hype. 


Pineapple Express - I knew I was going to love this film as soon as I seen the trailer and it didn't disappoint. The stupid story line and script with lines that I still quote on a daily basis made for a film that could have been written just for me. It was the movie that cemented my love for Seth Rogan and James Franco and the punch lines are still as funny the hundredth time as they were the first.  


What Women Want - This is a bit of an odd one. I was quite young when I first saw this film and looking back on it I'm sure it was the only film I watched when I was like 12. I have no idea why I loved it so much, it's a feel good film and an easy watch but I'm almost positive most of the storyline went over my head. Looking back at it now it is very dated but I love a bit of nostalgia every now again.

What movies did you watch over and over when you first discovered them? 

Abi xo


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