Saturday, August 29, 2009

Feature Friday

I promised Ms. Trudy I would join the movie meme, so here's my list of old movies, in no particular order:

1. Gone With the Wind
2. Mary Poppins
3. The Sound of Music
4. Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head
5. April Love

and so many more I have to dig from my 'childhood archives!' I have already watched 4 more 'classics' on Ms. Trudy's list, so I won't add them here anymore. It's fun remembering.


Come and join! Post your favorite movies new or old, or movies that mean something or nothing to you, movies that were worth your time and money, and movies that weren't worth a cent, but you didn't find out till too late! I know it is Saturday now, but maybe it's not too late?

Happy weekend to you all!

20 comments:

Trudy said...

I love your list Cherie! Sorry I didn't stop by before now, we've been having lots of problems with our home computer, arghhh!!!

Thanks for participating and no, it's never too late to join in. That's why I decided to choose Friday, since the weekends are a bit slower for blogging. People can feel free to link up anytime!

Have a blessed weekend. Oh, and I finally did my award post but am having trouble getting the awards on my sidebar. They may have to wait until I have a blog makover, hopefully in the next 2-3 weeks!

Diane said...

Oh my my FAV movies...it always depended on my mood. I love all your choices and I might add: Dances With Wolves, Thunderheart, Last of the Mohicans. I love native American movies WITH REAL native Americans in them...just a pet peeve of mine.

Elle Bee said...

Oh I love the Sound of Music! One of my favorites of all time. I love Annie too.
Elle

Stephanie Faris said...

Great list! You love classics, I see.

Icy BC said...

I love your list of movies, and the only one I didn't see is April Love..I must check it out some time!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

I love those movies also, Cherie. "Gone with the Wind" will always be one of my all-time fav's. I also like some 'meaningless' movies such as "Pretty in Pink", "Ghost" --and "Dirty Dancing"... None of those are 'classics' but are fun to watch.

Hugs,
Betsy

betchai said...

hi Che, love your choices, I actually do not mind seeing them again and again.

Whitemist said...

At this point, Sound of Music sounds about right. Right now I can not deal with too much horror or suspense or terror. happy movies only.

cherie said...

i,m trying to IGNORE computer problems, hoping if i fid the'd just go away! lol! that's okay ms. trudy. glad you liked my SHORT list, hahah!

hello, diane! love all those on your list, too, and i am fascinated by movies with real Indians myself! oommmm!

i never get tired of it, elle! and annie, too! yeah!

i find them fascinating, like an almost surreal experience. but i like most other stuff, too. documentaries and such are good, too! and funnies and musicals!

ghost is an all-time favorite, ms. betsy! some 'meaningless' movies can actually be meaningful, hahahah!

sounds like the kind of movie you might like, sir!

Deb Murphree/Alabama Politics said...

I love GONE WITH THE WIND!!!!! It is tied with 2 other movies for my favorites. Titanic, and The Wizard of Oz. All three are classics!

Scarlet said...

Gone With the Wind is one of my favorite books (I should add that one to my Profile!).

Can you believe I've never seen The Sound of Music?? I must be the only one!

Sabrina said...

Great List! I love a lot of those movies. My favorite old movie is, It's a Wonderful Life. Such a great movie!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Okay, now I see what you mean -grin!
Good movies, enjoyed them as well.
Getting a blog entry ready to say thanks for the award you gave me. I'm generally slow but get there somehow.

happyone said...

I like all the movies you mentioned. I think Gone With the Wind is my favorite. No matter what happens there is always hope.
Two other favorite movies for me are, Second Hand Lions and Groundhog Day.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Cherie, it took me to finally watch the Sound of Music in 1987 for the first time since it was shown on the Philippine screen. And that was before I left home for Australia. Keep movie..ing! :)

ladyviral said...

Sounds of Music very lovely show. How about King and I? Mary Poppins is nice too!

carma said...

unlike my husband who loves old movies, I haven't seen many, aside from the classic The Sound of Music that you mentioned. I guess I am very 2009 LOL

cherie said...

there's a sequel to Gone With the Wind, too, ms. deb...

not too late for you, scarlet dear!

gotta watch that, sab!

that's okay, ms. sandy, i'm having a really busy working weekend myself...

gotta watch them, ms. happyone1 i'll try to find them...

hahah! well, what can you say about it, ate inday?

oh my, yes! i had a lot of fun watching the king and i, too, LV!

nothing wrong with that, carma girl! what're your favorites?

Ricardo said...

My grandfather actually had a super 8mm reel of the sound of music on his old projector. LOL!

cherie said...

good ol' grampa, RL!

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