MEAN GIRLS: I think I've seen this one about 7 times now. I remember when I was in primary school and my friend told me one line from it and I was like "what the hell are you talking about?". After she explained and I told her I've never seen "Mean Girls" she invited me to her house and we watched it together. I loved it right away. I had three close friends back then and she was one of them so of course, we all had to match every "mean girl" to ourselves. Well... I was Regina. (trailer)
THE NOTEBOOK: Another film I've seen many many times, far too many probably. When I saw it for the first time I was very young, it must have also been in primary school. I remember being super surprised when I found out what was going on in it. I even cried and I (almost) never cry on films. It is very touching and it is actually the only film adaptation of a book I know that is actually better than the book. (trailer)
EASY A: If you asked me what my favourite film is I would most possibly say "Easy A". I already remember some lines the characters say but watching it never bores me. I think it's mostly because of Emma Stone who definitely is one of my favourite actresses. She's amazing in the Easy A, Olive was a perfect role for her and Emma was a perfect actress for that role. (trailer)
BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S: I have no idea why I've waited so long to watch it. I've never really been into old movies but I've heard so many good opinions about this one and I've seen so many gifs on tumblr that I just had to watch it. And I definitely don't regret it. I instantly fell in love with Holly (portrayed by Audrey Hepburn) and her lifestyle. And her apartment of course. Because of this one film I now have a list of old movies to watch. (trailer)
PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER: I love Logan Lerman (my favroutie actor) and he's the reason I found out about this movie. If you've seen these hipster graphics with quote "And in this moment I swear we were infinite" on tumblr and you don't know where it's from, it's from this film. If you haven't watched it yet, please read the book first. I can't say that the book is better because the film is also pretty damn good, but the story of Charlie (portrayed by Logan Lerman) is so good that I think it's better to know it from the book first, not the film. (trailer)
Have you seen these movies? What do you think?