Film Fridays is a project initiated by Darren from over at The Arty Plantsman and me.
After doing a daily music challenge for a month last year we talked about doing something similar for movies.
And the current global lockdowns give us the perfect excuse to start!
Many of us are confined to home with only the TV for company so we thought we would start ‘Film Fridays’ so that we can talk about our favourite movies and hopefully give our readers some ideas for things to watch.
We would be delighted if you would join us!
Just tag your post with #FilmFriday and do a pingback to either Darren’s or my posts so that we can can have a look at yours! You can also copy the “Film Friday” poster I came up with.
We don’t necessarily want to talk about the nerdy technical details but more about why these films speak to us as individuals, why they have a place in our hearts, and any personal memories they evoke.
So please join us each friday when we will each be talking about a different movie from our list of favourites!
Being much cooler than me, Darren already wrote about “Back to the Future” a few weeks ago, so please click here to learn all about the geeky stuff and read his awesome post!
And click here to watch one of my favorite scenes of the first part!
Apart from that there’s nothing much left to say, except that –
I LOVE “BACK TO THE FUTURE”!!!!!!!!!!!
(I added a few extra exclamation marks to make sure you understand what I mean. 😉 )
It’s one of my favorite trilogies in film history, the others being Star Wars and Indiana Jones.
The story is awesome – I mean, time travel! it can’t get much cooler than that – oh wait! actually it can – if you travel through time in a DeLorean!!! – the actors are fabulous – never was a mad scientist so funny than when Christopher Lloyd played Doc Brown, and Michael J. Fox? Well, I guess you’re not surprised to hear, that I had a huge crush on him back in the future… eh, day. 😉 – the music is beyond cool (“That’s the power of love!”)… so all in all, a fabulous, no, a fantastic piece of film history.
And if you haven’t watched it already, I can only hope you’ll find the time to watch it now, because there’s no day like tomorrow… eh, today. 😉
(Yes, sorry, I know, I’ll stop with the cheesy jokes now. )
And if you have watched it already, which was your favorite part and/or scene? Would you also love to go back to the Old West? Or rather visit the future?
Let me know in your comments!