Wondering what movie to watch tonight? We've got carefully curated suggestions for food lovers, sports fanatics, and even hopeless romantics. And the kids? Don't worry... we've got them covered too. Here are a few of our favorite picks, and you can find even more in our movie guide.
- Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961): Fall in love with young Holly Golightly and her colorful life as a New York socialite.
- Legally Blonde (2001): Pink, blonde, and peppy, Reese Witherspoon plays Malibu Barbie-turned-Harvard Law student in this hilarious comedy.
- Love Actually (2003): Feel the love as this film explores the interrelated lives of eight very different Londoners.
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Top Family Movies:
The Lion King (1994): One of the most versatile of the classically animated Disney movies, The Lion King gives the adults something to think about as well - it's a modern adaptation of Shakespeare's Hamlet. Boys and girls alike love it, and the music throughout is simply amazing. Rated G.
- Back to the Future (1985): This sci-fi-inspired flick will definitely keep the men of the house entertained. In this whimsical tale of time travel, Marty McFly goes back in time but must work to ensure that his parents meet and fall in love so he can get back to the future. Rated PG.
- Enchanted (2007): One part Disney princess and one part New York City combine to make the perfect recipe for an irresistible new classic. Amy Adams plays the reality-struck Giselle, while Patrick Dempsey stars as one of her love interests. The musical scores will have you singing aloud next time you stroll through Central Park! Rated G.
- The Sandlot (1993): This baseball-centric adventure is delightfully entertaining! Best friends spend their summer playing baseball on the sandy lot they call home - that is, until a beastly dog interferes with plans and steals a baseball that they absolutely must retrieve. Rated PG.
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- There's Something About Mary (1998): A comedy about the woman of every man's dreams (Cameron Diaz), including nerdy Ted (Ben Stiller), who pined after her in high school.
- Good Will Hunting (1997): After aimless Will (Matt Damon) solves an impossible math equation, his therapist (Robin Williams) helps develop his talent and resolve his past.
- When Harry Met Sally (1989): Can men and women really just be friends? Sally (Meg Ryan) and Harry (Billy Crystal) find out in this witty romantic comedy.
- The Pursuit of Happyness (2006): Based on the true story of a struggling salesman, Chris (Will Smith), who begins a relentless quest for money, family, and happiness.
- Meet the Parents (2000): Awkwardness, terrible luck, and painful laughs plague Greg (Ben Stiller) when he spends a weekend with his girlfriend's parents.
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Sports Lovers' Movies:
- Field of Dreams (1989): When baseball lover Ray (Kevin Costner) hears the whisper "If you build it, they will come," he decides to follow his dreams.
- Rocky (1976): Everyone's favorite underdog boxing champ, Rocky (Sylvester Stallone), goes the distance for his sport and himself.
- We Are Marshall (2006): After a plane crash kills Marshall University's football team, new head coach Jack Lengyel (Matthew McConaughey) must repair a team and a community.
- The Mighty Ducks (1992): A court-ordered hockey coach (Emilio Estevez) and an assortment of hooligan kids join together and learn to play hockey.
- Million Dollar Baby (2004): In this Best Picture winner, Maggie Fitzgerald (Hilary Swank) is determined to be a professional boxer and won't stop until she reaches the top.
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- Ratatouille (2007): Remy, a young rat with a passion for cooking, makes friends with the garbage boy at a famous Parisian restaurant, and together they create masterpieces.
- Mystic Pizza (1988): Three teenage girls, including Daisy (Julia Roberts), waitress at a popular pizza parlor during the crossroads of their lives.
- Chocolat (2000): A chocolatier (Juliette Binoche) travels to a conservative French town to sell her confectionary delights - and rouses the townspeople to their own passions.
- Julie and Julia (2009): The story of Julia Child (Meryl Streep) intertwined with blogger Julie Powell's (Amy Adams) challenge to cook her way through Julia's Mastering the Art of French Cooking in one year.
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