NOSTALGIC NOTES ~ MOVIES

First off… I have to wish my boy, Jared, a happy 17th birthday! It’s today! Love you bud.

I’ve missed a few Wednesday posts—summer is so busy. I always think it’ll be a rest but it never is, lol. But this week is looking back at movies that have special meaning, so I couldn’t miss out on that. Now, I realize I won’t remember all of them, but… So, in no particular order here are some oldies, but some goodies…

This needs no explanation. And these will always be Star Wars to me.

And of course, neither does this….

And thanks to Steven Spielberg, I can’t truly enjoy swimming in the ocean.

I saw this movie a couple of dozen times, and it will always be one of my faves.

I loved this movie and quite the departure for Harrison Ford.

And this is quite possibly my all-time favourite movie.

This… just… now you know why I hate horror movies.

Too many Disney to list, but…this one started it.

We watch this movie every Christmas. It’s a tradition.

I know I’m missing a bunch but…. now go visit the other ladies.

Jessica Jarman  |  Bronwyn Green  |  Jessica De La Rosa

Gwendolyn Cease  |  Paige Prince

4 thoughts on “NOSTALGIC NOTES ~ MOVIES

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  2. Bronwyn Green

    Blade Runner! I can’t believe I forgot that one! BTW, never watch the director’s cut of it. It’s terrible.

    And I love the Indiana Jones movies! Well…I haven’t seen the fourth one. I like to pretend the series ended with number three. 😀

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  3. Gwen Cease

    I loved Raiders of the Lost Ark. I saw it over and over at the movies. So much goodness. Grease was another good one. When they re-released it about 15 years ago my cousin and I raced to the theater to see it.

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  4. Pansy Petal

    Great list! If I were to make a list it might look a lot like this. But . . . I might also include Dirty Dancing, Pretty Woman and Touch of Mink. But hey, Blade Runner and Grease – oh yeah! Star Wars and Indiana Jones – of course! I love movies – period, but classic oldies with like Cary Grant – *sigh* Okay, thanks for the walk down memory lane.

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