Monday, June 13, 2011

Monday Movie Blog

Welcome in to the Monday Movie Blog on Chief 187 Chatter. The weekend goes much too quickly, especially in summer. Movies are typically something many enjoy watching over weekends so I like to tap the minds of my readers on Monday when they are fresh about what their favorite movies are. This series of Monday Movie Blogs featuring an alphabetical journey through our favorite movies began in the blustery, snowy month of January this year and is now only a month away from completion.

This week the Monday Movie Blog topic is movies that start with the letter “W”. Please list any and all movies that begin with the letter “W”. Be sure to include a list of the actors/stars in the film as well as a brief review or synopsis of the film to provide everyone with an idea about the movie.

Please remember it is simple to access the former Monday Movie Blogs that are archived by using the Search feature on this page located in the upper left-hand corner. Type in “Monday Movie Blog” and they should all appear for you to browse. That is, of course, the whole point in doing these, easy access for retrieval when one is looking for a movie to watch!

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  1. Waterworld (1995)
    WALL·E (2008)
    Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)
    War of the Worlds (2005)
    Witness for the Prosecution (1957)

  2. Wedding Crashers- I love me some Owen Wilson!

    Wayne's World- based off of the SNL skit.

    Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

    What Women Want

    Willie Wonka & the Chocolate Factory- I prefer the Johnny Depp version, my children prefer the Gene Wilder version.

    When Harry Met Sally- the age old question can men & women be friends w/o sex getting in the way.

    Wedding Planner

    Wedding Singer- great soundtrack & a cameo by billy idol!

    Witches of Eastwick- Great cast, good storyline, NOT for children!

    War Games- Would you like to play a game?

    When A Man Loves A Woman- Meg Ryan plays an alcoholic wife and mother, Andy Garcia plays her husband.

    While You Were Sleeping

    I plan on seeing "Water for Elephants" with Reese Witherspoon!

  3. From Kelvy:
    War of the worlds, west side story, when in rome, way of the warrior, what happens in vegas, watchmen.

    I was wondering why none of these movies come up as suggestions when I type in the letter W into the search box over at Netflicks?