With another weekend coming, we have a selections of movies for you that we would recommend for the forthcoming holidays. Get ready for some Easter related films, entertaining comedies and an Oscar winning drama.
An incorrigible womanizer accompanies his wife to the airport while already looking for a new target for an affair. Only this time there’s going to be trouble. His wife arrives earlier than expected. To avoid confrontation, he introduces his new lover as his daughter. A French classic comedy from 80‘s with Jean-Paul Belmondo. There’s no shortage of craziness.
It only happens when I dance with you
That trip to heaven till the dance is through
With no one else do the heavens seem quite so near
Why does it happen, dear, only with you?
Two cheeks together can be so divine
But only when those cheeks are yours and mine
I’ve danced with dozens of others the whole night through
But the thrill that comes with spring when anything can happen
That only happens with you
Do you preferr something more melodious? Let yourself drift during this classic musical from the late 40’s with Judy Garland and Fred Astair.
Biographic movie about the talented writer and artist Beatrix Potter. In times when it was expected for young girls to get married, she continued with her passion for drawing and managed to publish a series of books for children which never went out of style. Her charming animal characters have also been popular subjects for traditional Easter postcards. Starring the brilliant Renée Zellweger as this inspiring woman.
See No Evil, Hear No Evil
Get ready for a hillarious piece of comedy. The comical duo Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder as the blind and deaf get involved in a murder. It’s almost a laugh a minute movie.
Out of Africa
Robert Redford and Meryl Streep in the Oscar-winning movie by Sydney Pollack. The story set in the beginning of the century is about a woman traveling to Kenya to join her husband to establish a coffee plantation only to discover the pure beauty of the country and also starts falling for the mysterious hunter played by Robert Redford.
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