5 Favorite Movies – NanoPoblano – Day 7


5 Favorite Movies -NanoPoblano – Day 7


It’s approaching that time again


I’ve spent awhile today, thinking of some movies I’ve seen and liked. Then, I looked up the year they were released, and who starred in them. I found I have liked a lot of movies, mostly those from the mid 90s to the mid 2000s.

So, here are 5 of my favorites in no real order, just some I was thinking of. There were too many to list all at once, so this I’ll call Part One.

Have you seen any of these, and if so, did you like them? What would be your favorite ones?


  1. Dazed and Confused, a coming of age movie, was released in 1993. It starred, among others, Ben Affleck, Matthew McConaughey, and Joey Lauren Adams. I liked this one because it had a lot of music in it.
  2. Kalifornia, , a road thriller, was released in 1993. It starred Brad Pitt, Michelle Forbes, and Juliette Lewis. I liked this one because it was pretty creepy, and the character Brad Pitt plays is so different from his usual type.
  3. Letters to Juliette, a romantic/drama, was released in 2010. It starred Amanda Seyfried, Christopher Egan, and Vanessa Redgrave. I liked this one because the whole idea of the story was so interesting.
  4. Hocus Pocus, a comedy/horror, was released in 1993. It starred, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy, and Bette Midler. I liked this one because it is a great movie about Halloween, it’s fun, and a bit of a mystery involved.
  5. Snakes on a Plane, an action thriller, was released in 2006. It starred Sammuel L. Jackson, Julianna Margulies, and Nathan Phillips. I liked this one because it really made me jump when the snakes would pop out. I think we saw this at the movies about 4 times, and I then bought the DVD. And, it has a song at the end that I really like.


“Snakes on a Plane (Bring It), by Cobra Starship, was released in 2006, from the album, and featuring William Beckett, Travie McCoy, and Maja Ivarsson. It was written by Gabe Saporter, Trvie McCoy, Sam Hollander, and Dave Katz. It is on the New Line, Decaydance, and Fueled by Ramen labels.



Thanks for visiting! Peace }i{

© 2017 BS



6 responses »

    • That’s interesting. You have some catching up to do! 🙂 I used to watch a lot, but not so much any more. Half of the ones in the past few years, I have no idea about.

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