Films for Rough Transitions (Movie Memories)

This week, each of your True Classics crew members will be sharing her own “movie memories,” ranging from the classics to the not-so-much-but-still-wonderful films that we love. Today we continue with Carrie’s thoughts! I have a bad habit of making “writing to a theme” more complicated than it is and, interestingly enough, tend to write…

Movie Memories: Remember that Life is Beautiful

This week, each of your True Classics crew members will be sharing her own “movie memories,” ranging from the classics to the not-so-much-but-still-wonderful films that we love. Today we continue with Sarah’s remembrances! When I was young, I didn’t understand the power of film. Going to the movies in high school was an excuse to…

Movie Memories: Hound Dogs and Lions and Space Clones, Oh, My!

This week, each of your True Classics crew members will be sharing her own “movie memories,” ranging from the classics to the not-so-much-but-still-wonderful films that we love. We’re kicking things off today with Nikki’s thoughts! I don’t remember the first film I ever saw in theaters, but knowing my family, I can almost guarantee that…

Movie Memories: Planet of the Apes

Today we are highlighting an entertaining movie memory courtesy of R.A. Kerr from the wonderful classic film blog Silver Screenings. In her post, R.A. looks back at the Planet of the Apes series of films, explaining why she “just couldn’t get enough of” these movies as a kid. Head on over to Silver Screenings to read her…

Movie Memories: An Influential Mermaid

Today’s “Movie Memory” post comes courtesy of one of our favorite classic film fans, Jessica Pickens of the brilliant blog Comet Over Hollywood. Jessica recalls her very vivid memories of a particular Disney classic–the first movie she ever saw in a theater–and several other movies that defined her childhood and helped turn her into the…