Post # 1
I reaching out the bees that are on a budgut during the “wedding planning”. Our weekend nights are becoming “movie nights” and its just so hard to pick a movie every weekend.
Does anything have any good movie recommendations for the next 3 Saturdays of this month? It feels like we’ve watched all our old movies and everything ON DEMAND. Just throw a few out there and I’ll rent it.
Post # 3
Netflix!!!!!!!!!!!!!! =) We have this (like seriously, $9 a month) for as many movies as you want (1 rental at a time)! Movies arrive in like 2 days! Plus you can watch instantly on a computer, xbox, or WII!
Sorry for the sales pitch, we are completely addicted!
Right now we’re in the middle of MONK (tv show) season 7!
Post # 4
I totally second the Netflix! We watch instant ALL the time!
Post # 5
What kind of movies do you like?
Post # 6
Redbox is super cheap ($1 a night) and you can often get free codes.
Post # 7
We just rented “Babies” this weekend and it was really cute, no words though, which I kind of disliked.
Post # 8
Haha we’re a total redbox date couple now…..I just watched the 1st Paranormai Activity movie 2 weeks ago….then I couldn’t sleep. It freaked me out! Toy Story 3 just came out last week on DVD if you want to try that!
Post # 9
I also recommend Netflix – almost unlimited supply. We just watched the new Alice in Wonderland tonight.,,
Post # 11
Recently we saw:
Youth in Revolt: with Michael Cera of Superbad. It was actually pretty good. If you like movies about teenagers. It wasn’t a teen movie though. At least not to me.
She’s Out of My League: Saw it on the recommendation of a friend…and I really liked it! It was really cute.
Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs: I really liked this one!
Post # 12
My Fi always falls asleep during movies but this weekend one that he actually was awake for was The Ugly Truth …. its rom com, but he seemed to like it!
Post # 13
Iron Man 2 is out! I guess Blockbuster has started a new thing where they have a ‘blue box’ that gets movies a couple of weeks before the Red Box, but still just charges $1, so that might be worth checking out, too.
We also started watching Christmas movies :).
Post # 14
@SoontobeMsL:i always go to redbox these days lol. $1 per movie is about all i can afford! You could always watch a corny B movie just for laughs : )
Post # 15
Toy story 3 — LOVEEEE it!
Post # 16
My husband and I have been slowly working through AFI’s Top 100 Movies of all time.
It’s so fun to watch classics together. Takes a little planning ahead because some movies are just not available to rent.
We’re currently about halfway through.