The Pendleton Panther

Classic Movies Everyone Should See

Posted on: April 29, 2009

Most of the movie reviews are about the new and upcoming movies still playing in the theatres.  I think that is wonderful so that we can get advice on what to see and what not to see. But what about old movies we haven’t heard of in a while? You know the classics that everyone loves or even ones no one really talks about but still are amazing. So here are a few movies I think everyone should at least look into. If you’re bored on a school night or don’t have weekend plans, you have nothing to lose right?

1. To Wong Foo Thanks For Everything Julie Newmar: I know that’s quite a lengthy title but it’s one of the funniest movies ever with a great message.  It’s about three drag queens (Patrick Swazy, Wesley Snipes, and Jon Leguiezmo) from New York City who journey off to Los Angeles by car. Their car breaks down and they end up having to spend the weekend in a small town in West Virginia. They end up befriending the townspeople and each “woman” finds someone to help in their own way. I give it four stars!!!

2. The Way We Were: A love story of an intellectual political activist (Barbara Streisand) who falls in love with a gorgeous socialite (Robert Redford). Their love reunites after college when they run into each other at a bar. This movie is about their amazing bond and the challenges they face during their relationship.

3. The Sound of Music: If you haven’t seen this movie, stop whatever you’re doing and go to Blockbuster immediately.



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