Classic Movies To Watch Before Going Back To School
The kids summer holiday is coming to an end and maybe you feel like you’ve exhausted the swimming pool and the park, so sit them down in front of the tele and don’t feel guilty about letting them watch one of these classic back to school movies! Maybe it’ll get them excited to go back to school next week…
Mean Girls – Teenager Cady moves from Africa and begins attending High School for the first time in America. This dramatised version of public school and their cliques is the perfect way to get excited about going back to school. With Halloween coming up so soon, we all want to dress up like the mean girls!
Breakfast Club – We all have had a detention but maybe detention on a Sunday is a thing of the past! These 5 high school students have to go in on a Sunday and end up bonding telling each other their stories to try and help the other students see them differently form how they are perceived!
Footloose – When Ren McCormack moved to a small midwestern town and finds out dancing and rock music are illegal he struggles to fit in and tries to loosen up the town!
Ferris Buellers Day Off – Ferris has an amazing way of skipping class and getting away with it. Follow him on his last ‘sick’ day before graduation!
Grease – Follow Danny and Sandy on their summer romance, sing along to all the classic songs and experience the friendships of these high school kids.
Harry Potter – Any Harry Potter movie is amazing for going back to school. Go on magical adventures with Harry, Hermione, and Ron at Hogwarts.
School Of Rock – Jack Black plays Dewey a guitarist who impersonates a teacher and teaches his students how to rock!
Freaky Friday – Mother Tess and her Daughter Anna switch bodies and experience what it is like to be the other until they can figure out how to change back!
Pitch Perfect – If you love acapella, you will love to follow this group of girls bond over singing and fitting in at college!
Easy A – When Olive is branded a slut by the high school do-gooder she decides to embrace the title instead of fight the role.