Everyone needs a feel-good movie from time to time.
Everyone needs a feel-good movie from time to time. Sometimes after a rough day there’s no better cure than popping in a happy movie and cuddling up in front of the TV with a hot chocolate. Here are ten movies that never fail to leave me feeling all warm and fuzzy inside.
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With (Canadian) Thanksgiving right around the corner, I thought I’d share my favourite Thanksgiving movie: Planes, Trains, and Automobiles (1987). I doubt there are many people who haven’t seen this movie, but it deserves a mention nonetheless. Planes, Trains, and Automobiles , starring Steve Martin and John Candy, follows Neal Page (Martin) as he attempts to get home in time for Thanksgiving from a business trip. After a snow storm cancels his flight home, Page’s life intertwines with that of a talkative, bumbling shower curtain ring salesman, played by Candy. The two are both heading to Chicago and decide to travel together, unaware of the rocky road that lays ahead.
This funny and uplifting story is sure to get you in the mood for all your Thanksgiving traditions. Happy Thanksgiving fellow Canadians!
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Some movies just stick with us after we watch them. Whether it’s because of an epic story, breathtaking cinematography, a thought-provoking message, a beautiful score, or exceptional acting, certain movies continue to occupy our thoughts long after their end credits have rolled. There are so many movies these days that are filled with fantastic visual effects and star-studded casts but are still rather forgettable and “just ok”. By no means an exhaustive list, here are 5 movies guaranteed to stay in your head after you’ve seen them.
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