Carrie Bradshaw, as the bride wearing Vivienne Westwood wedding gown - Sex and The City Movie
Sex and the City 2 Poster with Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon.
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers - In 1850 Oregon, when a backwoodsman brings a wife home to his farm, his six brothers decide that they want to get married too.
I remember vividly going to see this movie more than once as a little girl. I still sing along with all the songs with my grandchildren!
Favorite Flix Picks during my time... 1965 - Present (2013) 1. The Wizard of Oz / WICKED 2. The Lion King 3. Passion of the Christ 4. Titanic 5. Shriek 6. Ghost 7. Gone with the Wind 8. When a Man loves a Women 9. Scent of a Woman 10. The Bible
Broadway musicals: Annie (1977) I'm not the biggest fan, but I always say that in order to get the best outcome, you have to explore everything. Perhaps I'll leave this one till last, in case I don't get round to it. To be fair, I've seen it a million times as a child, I remember it fairly well.
Oliver! -- 1968 musical version of Charles Dickens' Oliver twist. Unforgettable music, great cast and wonderful sets. A classic that doesn't date.
Save the Last Dance - Made me want to learn both ballet and hip hop dancing. My teenage self really enjoyed this movie.
Father of The Bride Part 2....every party has a pooper that's why me invited yooper!!!! <3 that line!