Obviously, on Feb. 2, Groundhog Day. Good thing one of those days Phil killed himself wasn't his last day.
President's Day: Sometimes I watch Holiday Inn. Not every year, but some years.
Easter: Steel Magnolias What other chick flick would one watch for Easter?
The first time I watched it, I was amazed at how you could be crying one second, then laughing the next. What an incredible cast!
Between Easter & Halloween there is a definite lull. We don't have Independence Day on dvd, but....you guessed it: if we did, that's what we would watch on the 4th of July!
Halloween: Rocky Horror Picture Show Did anybody ever go to the movie theater and join in the heckling? And, why in the world did we think it was fun to heckle a movie?
I don't have a movie that I watch during Thanksgiving. Are there any Thanksgiving movies out there besides the Waltons Homecoming, or whatever it was called? Since that weekend begins the Christmas season (at my house, anyway), that's when I get to get out my Christmas dvds. If you've been reading my blog, you'll know that my most favorite Christmas movie is:
I see myself as Sybil when all the kids are gone. She's such a cool mom, but, oh my, she will let people know if she doesn't like them!
Christmas is my most favorite time of year to watch movies. I love the "feel good" kind of movies. The Holiday, Last Holiday, along with all of the classics.
I forgot to mention one movie that has to be watched when it snows: Snow Day.
Do you have any movies that you watch at certain times of the year?
* For those of you remembering my friend (who is going through a miscarriage) in your prayers and thoughts: Thank you! Please remember her today as she goes to the doctor for another sonogram and will possibly be scheduled for surgery. She is having some complications with this miscarriage, so any and all prayers are appreciated!