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What are your favorite movie lines?  I bet you immediately think of a few.

We are continuing with fun month around here – this week it is movies!! Take some time over the next few weeks to scan the movies below and decide which to watch with your teens while they are home for the holidays.  Of course, there are the classic Christmas movies, but branch out and try some others, just for variety. I will split them into categories so you can decide what makes the most sense for your child and their tastes and age. Most of these are PG-13, but there will be a few R rated ones for your older teens – only you know who can handle what.

Let’s get started!

Oldies but goodies

Rebel without a Cause

Rear Window

Singing in the Rain

Roman Holiday

Grease

Casablanca

Gone with the Wind

To Kill a Mockingbird

Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Raisin in the Sun

The Sound of Music

Look Who Came to Dinner

Mommie Dearest

For the Young Teens

Legally Blond

Princess Bride

The Wizard of Oz

Agent Cody Banks

Hoosiers

Ghostbusters

Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

Princess Bride

Remember the Titans

Rudy

17 Again

Karate Kid

The Parent Trap (with Linday Lohan OR Hayley Mills)

Wonder

For our Teens and Twenties

Batman(s)

Titanic

Glory

Driving Miss Daisy

Saving Private Ryan

Jurassic Park 1&2

Sixth Sense

Fried Green Tomatoes

Sixteen Candles

Say Anything

Breakfast Club

Speed

Diehard

First Knight  

Schindler’s List

Shawshank Redemption

Ferris Buellers Day off

Back to the future

Dead Poets Society

The Outsiders

Filmed Since 2000

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

The Hobbit series

Hidden Figures

Harry Potter series

Lion

Hotel Rwanda

The Matrix

High School Musical

Mean Girls

Pitch Perfect(s)

The Chronicle of Narnia movies

Divergent series

Hunger Games series

The Help

If it is a movie with serious themes (even if it is light=hearted), take your time to talk about it:

Bullying, prejudice, self esteem, empowerment.  

In the classics,  Discuss how things might be different today and is that a good or bad thing.

Author : Day to Day Graces

Lover of the daily - my life as told in pictures and words. So much around us is missed because we are too blind to see grace in the everyday. “Open my eyes that I may behold wondrous things!” Psalms 119

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