Why not learn to make your own movie? It’s easy, fun and really lucrative. All you need is a camera, editing software and some props. Here are some classic movies that you should check out in the making: A Confederacy of Duns: Thea DC Gregg – This film is one of my all-time favorite comedies, so I’m super excited about this one. It’s a coming-of-age story about an Alabama lawyer (John Carroll)); her four kids (ages 10-13); a mysterious stranger; and their unlikely partnership towards a final resolution. hmmm… what do you get when you cross an Alabama lawyer with an eight year old? A TON OF FUN! You get the family drama, A DUNS; the fantastic soundtrack; absurdist humor with some heart; and most importantly, you get to make your own movie! Here’s how it works. First, you record yourself making your “own” dudmovies at home (if it doesn’t interfere with your daily routine). After that, find a director who likes original material (my personal favorite being Paul Feig) and cast six people for each minute of the film. Then, shoot several fests in one go to help fund production costs. There are no set dates or production parameters so every actor just does their thing from home!
Forrest Gump is a classic coming-of-age story with a happy ending, and a great soundtrack. Producer/writer J.J. Abrams thoroughly modernized the classic, and created a completely new version of the classic with his Oscar-winning director, M. Night Shyamalan. The movie has some great moments and is actually quite interesting on its own, but when you combine it with other classic coming-of-age movies, you get this one. You get the family drama, the silly songs, and the genuinely interesting characters. You also get the studio audience’s support, which is even more valuable when you’re a young actor looking to make a name for yourself. Forrest Gump is a great movie to watch with your kids, and you can even watch it for free with the kids on the big screen in theParentol app.
The Iron Giant
The Iron Giant is a classic, and one of my all-time favorite Disney movies. It’s got great humor, wonderful fantasy, and beautifully drawn visuals. And the cast is pretty amazing too: you get the young Caladan Blackwood (BB-illustrations) and his older walking friend, Limoges; you get the beautiful, magical forest where they live; and you get a really interesting story about a young boy who discovers an alternative universe and ends up in a world where humans are protected by giants. This is one of those movies that you either love or hate. I love it, and I think the movie would be better as a series of short featurettes, but the Disney version is so beautiful and fantasy-driven, you’ll want to see it all in one go.
The Producers’ Cut
This is another Disney classic, and the movie is about two New York City soda shops (Frying Pan and Diner) who, as part of a big business plan, start working for a private client (Peter Falk). The movie is about business, but it’s also about human nature, and the relationship that develops between two 12-year-old boys (Eddie Redmayne and Eddie Redmayne Jr.) while they’re working together. If you love Disney movies, this is one of the ones that you’ll see on any 3D TV. The movie has some great moments, and is really fun as a family movie. You get the charming Peter Falk as the owner of the two restaurants; the beautiful Marina Saccio as his assistant; and the star-studded cast. The movie also stars Lily James, Martin Freeman, Robin Wright, and Kate Krasinski, so it’s not too shabby either.
Arundhati Roy: The Way to an Unknown Destination
This is one of those movies that you either love or hate. It’s a beautiful, soft-focus noir about a group of South Asian kids who get involved in a terrorist group. The movie is truly a classic, and you won’t find a stronger group of young actors working today. This is one of those movies that gets you immediately transported to a different time and place in India, where terrorism is still very much a threat. You also get a really interesting story about a 12-year-old boy who becomes a spiritual leader for the group, and how he uses his knowledge of the deceased to save other lives. This is a classic Indian classic, and you’ll see it on pretty much every big Indian TV channel. Yes, it’s expensive, but it’s also one of the most fascinating stories of Indian history, and a must-see for all Indian audiences.
La Cage aux Folles
This is another classic Disney movie, and one of my all-time favorite Disney shows. It has a very simple story: a little girl is abducted by a hungry baby bird and is found by a family who then ditches the baby in a nestled garden. This is actually one of Disney’s most popular fairy-tale-like stories, and you’ll see it on pretty much every Disney show. The movie is also very beautiful and well shot, so you’ll have no problem at all understanding the theme of the story. This one is one of those movies that you either love or hate. You get a very nostalgic feeling when you see this on the big screen, but you’ll definitely have a lot of fun in the process.
Midnight in Paris
This is one of the all-time classics, and the perfect movie for late-night viewing. It is technically a children’s film, but it’s so much fun as a standalone story, complete with third-ida-influenced music and ridiculous, uncensored silly dialogue. It’s also one of the most straightforward and ultimately heart-warming stories ever told. You get to meet your perfect match, your true love, and your best friend, in the form of a young, businessman-less, French (no credits needed) named Michelle. This is one of those movies that you either love or hate. You get a nostalgic feeling when you see this on the big screen, but you’ll definitely have a lot of fun in the process.
Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace
This is one of the most iconic Star Wars movies, and the perfect time to see it in a complete, new and exciting form. The only problem is that it is going to be a long, long way. There will be many hours and many many dates, but nowhere near the length of this film. If you are a Star Wars fan, and you are in the mood to see a new and exciting version, this is the one for you. The script is almost 50% different from the movie, and that helps keep things interesting, and gives the whole thing a sense of mystery. You also get to see Luke, Han, Leia, and Chewbacca for the first time, which is always a treat.
Nanny McPhee: Big Trouble in Little China
This is one of those movies that you either love or hate. It is a classic, and one of the most popular Disney films of all time. The characters are so familiar, and the jokes are so old-fashioned and risqué, it is almostCouncil Program. The movie is actually pretty enjoyable, though, and once again you get a sense of the world and culture of China in this time of Year. You also get to meet a few of the leads, such as Li Yuhua, who is the beautiful daughter of the founder of the Internationalle Media, and Xiao Yanchao, who is the editor-in-chief of the magazine the New Century. This is one of those movies that you either love or hate. You get nostalgic when you see this on the big screen, but you will definitely have a lot of fun in the process.
How to have a perfect movie night ever again
Having a great time is the key to having a great film. Even if you don’t make a million dollars from it, still having a blast is a great way to treat yourself. You can start by making a list of what you