Grab some popcorn, your favorite candy, and the coziest spot on the couch… there’s no better time for a movie marathon in your new home in Lady Lake! While you’re spending time indoors at the moment, these spring-themed flicks will fill your space with the bright colors and springtime magic you know and love. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the show!
Best Movies for the Springtime
10 Things I Hate About You (1999): A witty, modern-day version of Taming of the Shrew, this sweet and smart high school romcom will make you laugh and cry — as well as pine over Heath Ledger as he serenades his sweetheart in a soccer stadium.
Big Fish (2003): From the imaginative mind of Tim Burton, this film about family love and the power of storytelling will warm your heart with its beautiful plot, fantasy elements, and stunning springtime sets. Just wait until you see the field of daffodils…
A League of Their Own (1992): It’s springtime, which means it’s time to play ball! But is there a place for women in the major leagues? Follow Kit, Dottie, Jimmy Dugan, and a host of lovable characters as they slide their way into history… and home plate. Just remember: “there’s no crying in baseball!”
Easter Parade (1948): With some of the film industry’s most beloved and timeless stars, including Judy Garland and Fred Astaire, as well as classic music from songwriting legend Irving Berlin, this lovely springtime musical is such a happy, heartwarming treat.
Mean Girls (2004): Written by comedic mastermind Tina Fey, this high school satire boasts some of this generation’s most memorable characters and quotes. Whether you were more of a “plastic” or a mathlete, you’re sure to relate to this hilarious and heartfelt comedy.
The Sound of Music (1965): From “Do-Re-Mi” to “So Long, Farewell,” it’s hard not to smile throughout the duration of this all-time musical classic. Whether this is your first viewing or your 10th, there’s no better time to sing and dance along with Maria and the von Trapp children.
You’ve Got Mail (1998): Join romcom legends Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan as they navigate the exciting (and surprisingly romantic) world of AOL. Bookstores, chance meetings, flirty instant messages, and Tom Hanks with his golden retriever. What’s there not to love about this Nora Ephron classic?
From all of us at Green Key Village, enjoy your movie!