Taking a break from all the water activities at the beach this summer? If you’re looking to spend a little bit of downtime from the heat of the summer sun and the wonders of seawater for whatever reason, it’s time to unleash the cinephile in you!
You can still feel the summer excitement with these movies made for the season! Take a look for yourself and set up your summer movie marathon.
The Parent Trap (1998)
If you’re planning to spend one of your summer weekend at home relaxing with the family, watch this classic family flick and you can rest assured that your whole family will have a greater bond when the end credits start to roll. A story about twins separated when they were still too young to remember never fails to tickle anyone’s fancy. The Parent Trap starring Lindsay Lohan is one of those movies you’ll just love to watch over and over! Plus, your kids might get inspired to go on a summer camp after watching this. Now that can be an exciting and educational experience for your young ones.
Before Sunrise (1995)
So you just got home from a trip to the beach with your significant other and would like to turn things down with a romantic night at home? This movie is your number one pick. For all the hopeless romantics who like to speculate about the universe, this story about a young French woman getting persuaded by an American tourist to tour Vienna with him even though they barely know each other will make you flutter all over the right places.
500 Days of Summer (2009)
How do you know it’s summer? Everything’s bright, fresh and sunny; exactly the qualities of this flicks leading lady played by Zooey Deschanel. A story about a boy and a girl who meet, fall in love and break apart may inspire some summer tears but it delves into the reality of dating that almost everyone can relate to! So if you’re up for a little bit of drama, this one’s just the right film to see.
Would you rather watch something thrilling than love stories and family flicks? We’ve got one word for you: Jaws. This classic may cause some trauma for a while but watching this movie with your friends will make for a great weekend at home!