Something that we regularly try to do in our home is to have a family movie night. Yes, some may say it sounds corny but it truly is a great way to spend some time with your loved ones while watching a freakin’ awesome movie at the same time. We have been having a movie night since Raven was just a wee lass and even now at the age of 11 (she’ll be 12 in April! Where does the time go?) she still enjoys watching a movie with her ma and pa. Of course our movie night consents mostly of horror movies (a lot of them coming from Japan) but we try to throw in an occasional non scary movie or perhaps one that the hubby and I use to love when we where a child. Raven enjoys watching those so that she can mock us about how dorky we are for liking those types of movies when we where little. And no movie night is complete with out snacks! We defiantly do the traditional popcorn thing, but we also throw in some crackers and cheese, maybe a few cookies and what ever else we are craving at the time. One of these weekends we may just watch All Roads Lead Home The Movie. It’s about a 12 year old girl who’s mother is killed in an automobile accident and the struggles that her and the rest of the family go through because of their loss. Peter Boyle is in it and, correct me if I am wrong, but I think All Roads Lead Home may have been his last film before his death. He was a great actor, I still will never love him more then when he starred with Gene Wilder (another great and classic actor) in Young Frankenstein (Mel Brooks is a genius!). Anywho, I have included the trailer to All Roads Lead Home for my lovely readers to view. So let me know what you think.
KatJanuary 21, 2009 at 4:08 pm
Movie nights are a great idea! My family doesn’t do them regularly, but maybe once a month we all sit down and watch a movie together. It’s not corny, hey, I’m 20 and doing it with my ma and pa. Haha.
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