It’s no secret that Stu and I watch a ton of films; so this year I thought every now and again we’d share our favourites here on the blog! So here are 10 of our spring movie favourites!
This is such a random mix of films that we’ve been watching or plan to watch this spring!
This year is off to an interesting start. Of course we don’t know what’s going to happen at this point, but we’re just getting on with things at the moment, with LOTS of down-time and trying to watch some spring movie favourites to keep the mood light.
So here are some of our picks for movies and box sets that either make us think of springtime or that we are planning to watch in the next couple of months (especially if some sort of lockdown happens):
Alice in Wonderland
One of my favourite books, and of course there are many adaptations to choose from! I am a big Tim Burton fan, and while I both agree and disagree with some aspects of this one, it’s good fun, and visually stunning!
My Neighbour Totoro
Any time is a good time for Studio Ghibli to be honest, but this one is filled with spring vibes and utter cosy cuteness!
I adore this film, its so quirky but fun, and always makes me think of spring.
Check out our top 10 Winter Favourite Movies in this post.
I think we binge JP every year, but it’s such good fun, and a firm favourite!
This film is SO cute and fun! A definite spring feel and of course Easter and rabbits is an iconic mix.
The James Bond Movies
OK, so this isn’t A film, it is in fact LOTS of films, but I haven’t seen most of them, or at least not for ages, so we have decided that we’ll watch them all from the classics right up to the new ones!
You’ve Got Mail
I haven’t watched this for ages, it definitely makes me think of spring with the flowers at the end! Though I might have to wait, as I already know it will be my choice for Y in the Friday Night Film challenge!
You can read about the Friday Night Film challenge in this post.
Another box set we have lined up, it’s one of Stu’s favourites (and mine) and perfect for a rainy spring weekend.
A couple of choices now of course, but I still think the original is better.
Little Shop of Horrors
I’ve been doing a bit of prep in the garden, and I keep thinking about this one, so it’s moving up the to-watch list very quickly!
Do you agree with our choices? Are there any you haven’t seen?
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