Original Disney Channel films were and always will be a favourite of mines.
These are just a few of my many favourites.
High School Musical
Two completely different teens, Troy Bolton (Zac Efron) and Gabriella Montez (Vanessa Hudgens), meet at a winter party where they’re forced into singing together. After exchanging numbers, they don’t expect to see each other again but they soon discover they now attend the same school. Gabriella fits in with the academic students whereas Troy is the average basketball jock however this doesn’t stop them from trying to be together.
Since it’s Valentine’s Day, what’s more fitting than Romantic Films to watch. This is a few of my favourites.
50 First Dates
Henry Roth (Adam Sandler) is afraid of commitment and has always had a series of women with no strings attached, that is until he meets Lucy Whitmore (Drew Barrymore). However, Lucy suffers from short-term memory loss and Henry works to make her fall in love with him everyday.
This was by far the hardest group of films to cut down to just five but after much consideration and deciding to leave out animated ones, here’s my top five dog films.
Greyfriars Bobby: The True Story of a Dog
This film follows the life of a young Skye Terrier, Bobby, and his bond with his owner. After his owner dies, we see the loyalty and devotion the dog has for his owner as he refuses to be adopted by anyone and wouldn’t leave his owners grave, even in bad weather. When Bobby is found to be unlicensed, the people of Edinburgh look after him.
Is there anyone that doesn’t like Disney? It’s one of the few companies that people of all genders and ages enjoy.
As it was too hard to cut down from ALL the Disney films, I decided to just choose my favourites from the 17 Pixar ones.
Growing up I always wondered what my toys done when I wasn’t looking. When a cowboy doll, Woody (Tom Hanks), owner gets a new space cadet toy, Woody lets his jealousy get the better of him and doesn’t like the competition over whose Andy’s favourite. Also it is one of the few films whose sequels didn’t flop.
Live-Action Animated films have been around for years and never get old. With Space Jam being my all time favourite movie as a child, this post was due to come.
Here’s a list of my top 5 favourite Live-Action Animated films.
After Swackhammer sends five tiny aliens from Moron Mountain to Looney Tune Land to capture the Looney Tunes, the Looney Tunes think of a plan to earn back their freedom. In his desperation, Bugs Bunny seeks the aid of retired basketball star, Michael Jordan.
Films that leaves a lasting impression on you are the best type of films.
Here’s a list of films that help motivate me when I’m not up for doing anything.
Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone) is a boxer struggling to make it big time when he is given the chance to fight the heavy weight champion, Apollo Creed. Rocky trains harder than he thought possible to gain his own self-respect.
Sometimes you just get the urge to cry and what’s a better way to do so than switching on a film you know will make you do exactly that.
The Last Song
Ronnie (Miley Cyrus), has hated her dad since her parents divorce and getting sent to spend the summer with him is the last thing she wants. However, after falling in love with Will Blakelee (Liam Hemsworth), she rediscovers her love for music, which she shares with her father, and forming a strong relationship with him. Despite being a Romance film, the most important relationship throughout is Ronnie’s with her father which will leave you sobbing.