[Fantastic Five Friday] Five Movies I Make Everyone Watch at Least Once

inspired by Broke and Bookish’s Top Ten Tuesday

Here is how it works: It’ll be a weekly meme here at The Weekly Enthusiast. Each week I’ll post a new Fantastic Five list that I will answer here. Anyone and everyone is welcome to join, whether you have a TV/Film blog, book blog, personal blog. All I ask is that you link back to The Weekly Enthusiast on your own Fantastic Five list and comment on this post so that everyone can check out the other bloggers lists.

If you don’t have a blog, leave your answers in the comments and get to know other fellow bloggers.

Five Movies I Make Everyone Watch at Least Once

There is a difference between having a favorite movie, and having a favorite movie to introduce to people. I love making people watch these five movies because, after they’ve seen it, they love it.

Five: She’s the Man
This is the movie that most everyone I know has seen, but if they haven’t, IT’S A MUST. I really adore this move and Amanda Bynes in it. It never fails to make me giggle.

Four: Penelope
I’m not gonna lie, my main love for this movie stems from the cast. If you need more reasons to watch the movie, check out my post about it.

Three: Cat’s Don’t Dance
This is one of those movies that a lot of people haven’t seen. That needs to change. It’s one of the best animated, non-Disney movies out there. The fact that Natalie Cole does the singing voice of Sawyer, is my favorite part.

Two: Carolina
No one has ever heard of this movie. Ever. But it’s amazing. See this post for a review on it.

One: Fanboys
Being an unapologetic fangirl, I have no shame is loving this movie. If you like Star Wars in any way,  watch this movie. Now.

What are your favorite movies to pawn off onto people?

Also, if you have any ideas for future Fantastic Five Friday ideas, feel free to leave them in the comments.


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