Monday, September 15, 2014

Our Favorite Family Movies

My husband loves movies, especially classic movies. I do too. I've already posted a list of some of my favorite black and white movies here. My husband has been making a list of movie recommendations for his friends, so today I'm sharing his list. We prefer clean movies, and these are clean enough for us. But everyone's standards are different. You may want to check the reviews on some of the newer movies before watching them.


Here they are:

African Queen
Back to the Future
Bedtime Stories
Ben-Hur
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure
Bridge Over the River Kwai
Bringing Up Baby (Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn)
Casablanca 
Cast Away
Christmas Carol (George C. Scott)
Christmas Story
Christmas with the Kranks
Desk Set
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1941)
Ella Enchanted
Father Goose (Cary Grant)
Follow Me, Boys!
Friendly Persuasion
Galaxy Quest
Get Smart
Gods Must Be Crazy
Gods Must Be Crazy II
Groundhog Day (Bill Murray)
Harry Potter, series
High Noon
His Girl Friday (Cary Grant)
Hunt for Red October
I Remember Mama (Irene Dunne)
It Happened One Night
It's a Wonderful Life (Jimmy Stewart)
Karate Kid
Lawrence of Arabia
Life with Father
Lilies of the Field
Lord of the Rings
Magnificent Seven
Matilda
Modern Times (Charlie Chaplin)
Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (Cary Grant)
Music Man
My Fair Lady
My Favorite Wife (Cary Grant)
Nacho Libre
Napolean Dynamite
North by Northwest (Cary Grant)
Philadelphia Story (Cary Grant, Jimmy Stewart, Katherine Hepburn)
Princess Bride
Princess Diaries
Rear Window (Jimmy Stewart)
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers
Shrek
Sky High
Some Like It Hot (Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe)
Sound of Music
Spiderman 
Star Trek
Star Wars IV, V, VI
The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer (Cary Grant)
The Court Jester
The General (Buster Keaton)
The Gold Rush (Charlie Chaplin)
The Incredibles
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart)
The Quiet Man (John Wayne)
The Robe
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2014)
The Seven Samarai (foreign film)
The Wizard of Oz
To Catch a Thief (Cary Grant)
Toy Story
Treasure Island
Uncle Buck (John Candy)
What about Bob? (Bill Murray)
Willy Wonka
You Can't Take It with You (Jimmy Stewart)

How about you. Do you have a recommendation that's not on our list?
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1 comment:

  1. Wow! That's a long list! To be perfectly honest, I'd say I've watched only just a little above half of those movies, but I do have favorites among the ones that I did. The classic Academy Awards winners like Ben-Hur and Casablanca are total works of art, but I also love light-hearted animation and fantasy adventure flicks like Toy Story and the Harry Potter series. Anyway, thank you so much for sharing!

    Simon Walker @ The Viewlorium

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