I am brand new to forums. I watched Julie & Julia again last weekend and it put me in mind to talk to others via online platforms. I am hoping for the feel of community that I think online discussions can provide.
Most of us have them, those movies we'll always watch, no matter how many times we've already seen them.
We love a good disaster. Even a bad disaster. So our must-see movies include:
Broken Arrow is also a must-see movie for us.
With Hallowe'en only a couple weeks away, a lot of the networks are airing Hallowe'en and horror movies. What are some of your favourites? Do you look forward to seeing them each year or are you waiting to catch ones you've never seen before?
One of my faves for Hallowe'en (not horror) is Its...
I was looking though out registrars and decided to see how much we spent to watch movies. This was prompted by friends saying we just had to get netflix as it saves so much money over renting.
So I checked we watched/rented and average of 2.5 movies a month this past year.
So we spent on...
...sob like a baby every single time you watch them!
1. The Water Horse (It's embarrassing how I can go on! The kids look at me funny...lol...but I always get a hug)
2. Legends of the Fall
3. Gone With The Wind
Pouring down the rain and watching my favorite movies on DVD on a lazy Saturday.
Wondering, what are your 3 favorite movies of all time? New or old. Any particular reason these are favorites?
For Richer or Poorer
I've been watching these 3 for years...
My boyfriend was discussing cable yesterday with a friend at work. His friend told him that he pays about 110 dollars a month for his TV, phone and internet package AND had a sports package and movie package on the TV. We were paying 153 a month for TV, internet and phone and had no extra...
DH & I decided to take the boys to a movie this past Friday. Last movie we saw in a theater was the first Transformers movie since we usually borrow dvds from the library, etc.
Matinee tickets were $6.50 each x 4, ok that's alright I say, it's been a while..
Popcorn was $6.50 for a large bag...
OK I have to admit, I have never brought my own snacks into a theater. But it seems pretty common. Do you bring your own snacks when you go to the movies?
What are ways you save money when going to see a movie? Please don't say you save by NOT going at all. Or by renting movies or getting them...
Free Pay Per View Movies for Dish Network Customers ~ Exp.09/30/09
Step 1: Order a movie before September 30, 2009.
Step 2: Enter your information below and select "Submit".
Step 3: You will receive a credit of $4.99 for the movie ordered...
I have movie cash codes for the following movies
x-men origins wolverine
night at the musuem battle of the smithsonian
ice age dawn of the dinosaurs
I have codes up to $5 and codes up to $10 ticket prices. I am asking $2.50 each for the $5 codes and $5 each for the $10 codes prefer pp hf ef!
The free coupon code is given to anyone free in March when you subscribe to their blog (I use yahoo so I chose that and they just put a section on your my yahoo page after you log in where they discuss about movies. They are doing this for all Wednesdays of March. So just check that blog on...
I find that usually the weekends are the only time I have to do any sort of shopping, whether it be for groceries, clothes, stuff for the house, or pretty much anything we need (or sometimes don’t need). But the majority of our most recent Saturday was spend lying around the house and watching...
If you have a WalMart with a Redbox inside over the next five weeks you can get a free movie every Sunday. It's a promo between WalMart and the 11 Moms Blog girls. Here are the codes to enter:
I never watched anything as a child or young adult that scared me but after I got married I did like to try to watch horror movies.
I have given it up since the only two that I watched scared the .... out of me.
The two are 'It' (from a book of Stephen King) and 'Rose Red'.
To this day (and I...