Amy’s Movie-Fi-Cation Part 3

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Dirty Dancing

Dirty Dancing (1987) ★★★

It had been awhile since I had watched this entire

movie (I can’t tell you how many times I have watched

the “Time of Our Lives” dance scene though), but it

was just as good as I remembered it. I will admit that it

was a little cheesy and over dramatic at times, but

honestly I would be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy it. Also, if

you are needing any fitness motivation then this is

definitely the movie you need to watch. Both Patrick

Swayze and Jennifer Grey look absolutely amazing in

this movie and I honestly almost started

doing crunches while watching it.

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Favorite Quote: “Nobody puts Baby in the corner.”

Favorite Character: Baby

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A League Of Their Own

A League of Their Own (1992) ★★★★★

I have seen this movie so many times I can quote

it from start to finish flawlessly. However, no matter how

many times I watch it, it never gets old and each

watch through is an extremely enjoyable one. There

are so many great comedic moments, heartwarming

moments, and a cast and story that is hard to beat.

Most definitely a movie EVERYONE should see.

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Favorite Quote: “There’s no crying in baseball!”

Favorite Character: Mr. Capadino

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Grease

Grease (1978) ★★★★

With so many laugh out loud moments and a

soundtrack you just can’t help but sing along with, this

is a movie I can watch again and again and again! I

do have to say that the movie does kind of send a bad

message at the end with Sandy changing who she is

for a guy. However, I would be lying if I said I didn’t

like “bad” Sandy better and will probably be

dressing up as her for Halloween this year.

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Favorite Quote: “Tell me about it, Stud.”

Favorite Character: Rizzo

Favorite Song: “Look at Me I’m Sandra Dee”

Footloose (1984)

Footloose (1984) ★★★★

I thought for sure my eyes would permanently be

stuck in the back of my head by the end of this

movie as many times as I rolled them at some of the

people in the town. The extreme levels they went to

was just crazy! (I definitely teared up a little when the

book burning scene came on.) However, I have always

enjoyed watching this movie and, perhaps an unpopular

opinion here, but this version (the original) is the best

version hands down. Great soundtrack, amazing dancing

scenes (yeah you better believe I was up dancing the line

dance at the end!), and so many great characters.

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Favorite Character: Willard

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The Breakfast Club

The Breakfast Club (1985) ★★★

Okay, I will admit, this movie is slooooow. I can

definitely see why some people don’t like it. However, it was still able to

hold my attention and made for a very enjoyable watching

experience. This movie also sends a very important

message and I definitely still think this is a movie

that everyone should see at

least once. Plus, the soundtrack for

this movie is pretty great.

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Favorite Quote: “Each one of us is a brain, an

athlete, a basketcase, a princess, and a criminal. Does

that answer your question? Sincerely

yours, The Breakfast Club.”

Favorite Character: Bender

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Here’s a nice little throwback to the end of my senior

year of high school when some of my friends

and I recreated that iconic ending scene.

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