Movie Night Suggestions

Movie Night Sign and Popcorn

 

Sometimes it’s fun to just sit back on the couch, kick up your feet, and turn on a movie. Today, we’re sharing a few of our favorite movies, ones we think would be perfect for a movie night at The Junction Apartments. Invite a few friends over from Menomonee Falls, WI for an extra fun night in.

 

The following titles and descriptions can be found at IMDB.com.

 

(500) Days of Summer

“Tom Hansen (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) has fallen fast for his boss’s new assistant, Summer Finn (Zooey Deschanel). (500) Days of Summer flips through the important moments in Tom and Summer’s relationship as Tom tries to find out just where it all went wrong. “

 

Some Like It Hot

“Joe (Tony Curtis) and Jerry (Jack Lemmon) go undercover as Josephine and Daphne after they witness a mob killing in Chicago. They go on the run with a women’s band, Sweet Sue and her Society Syncopators. There are only a couple of problems with their plan. The first is an overeager millionaire (Joe E. Brown) with designs on Daphne. The second is the band’s beautiful ukulele player, Sugar Kane (Marilyn Monroe).”

 

Grease

“Danny Zuko (John Travolta) and Sandy Olsson (Olivia Newton-John) fell in love on vacation. Keeping their love alive when cliques, Pink Ladies, T-Birds, and dance competitions get in the way turns out to be harder than they thought.”

 

You’ve Got Mail

“Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan) and Joe Fox (Tom Hanks) know nothing about each other, but they talk every day. They met in an online chatroom, and have one rule — no personal details. As they exchange heartfelt emails on the world wide web, they clash in real life. Kathleen is the owner of an independent bookstore threatened by Joe’s chain of book superstores. War breaks out between them on the Upper West Side as they fall in love online.”

 

To Catch A Thief

“Accusations mount against retired cat burglar John Robie (Cary Grant) when a series of jewel robberies hit the French Riviera. Robie has to dodge the suspicions of the French authorities, an overeager French girl (Brigitte Auber), and the attention of the very eligible Frances Stevens (Grace Kelly) to catch the real thief.”

 

What are your favorite movies to watch on movie night? Share in the comments below.

 

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