Monthly Archives: February 2013

Top 10 Favorite Disney movies


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I feel like this is a Disney week or more of Disney day! Lets count down my top ten Disney movies:



If you must see any Disney movie ever it has to be this one! This movie has so many emotions that this  is one of the touching classics. Also if it’s not it should be.



I love this movie the underdog finally got his chance to be a hero and an star that’s Phil’s boy! this movie was about a young boy who just wanted to fit in but discovers that what lies in his blood is a destined hero.



the street rat falls in love with a princess what a strange but adventures combination. Mix two worlds colliding, a genie, a magic carpet and a sassy monkey with a twist of an Arabian night together and you got yourself a beautiful love story.



like mother like daughter…uh never that’s what madirth thought at first! this movie takes time out of finding true love and prince charming. to show a character that shows that girls can be powerful and brave. This movie is showing that all the love you need is between family.

Princess and the frog:

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this movie was better the gumbo stew. Its about a hard working girl with a big dream but never realizing that life can throw curve and show you things that you never knew that you needed instead of actually wanted.



Who doesn’t like this movie?! Wall-E is an adorable little robot who is the last of his kind on earth. Until he discovers that there are other robots like him but in a more futuristic (is that even a word?) world. Also seeing a love between Wall-E and Eve makes me kind of wish I had a love like that.



When Rapunzel  just wanted to see what she’s been missing outside of her trapped doors she discovers that there is so much that she’s been missing. Also it shows viewers how much she grown from this naive girl who thinks her “mother” knows best. To this girl whose saving men.

Beauty and the beast:

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When a beautiful girl  named Bell falls in  love with a beast it kind of shows you that you can love someone regardless of what they look like. Also there’s dancing furniture with sassy what more can you ask for.

Toy story 3:


This movie touched me I saw it when I was graduating high school going off to college and so was Andy. But just thinking about leaving your childhood behind to move on to bigger things that touches you. Also growing up with this movie there’s a little of something in everything.

Prince of Egypt: 


I don’t know but just seeing the culture of the Egyptians amazes me. This movie has beautiful images. This movie brought viewers into Egypt while giving us a touching story and wonderful songs.


The Little Mermaid



Ariel last name....mermaid?

Ariel last name….mermaid?


what can I say I’m a huge Disney fan! today I’m reviewing the little mermaid a great walt Disney classical made in 1989. the story is about a young mermaid named Ariel who falls in love for a charming human whoes a prince called Eric. she wants to give up her life now to walk on land to be with with the one she loves (prince Eric) even if that means giving up her prized possession her beautiful voice to the evil witch Ursula. The movie takes viewers on a ride with Ariel to prove  to prince Eric that shes the one that he fell in love with out the voice that made him fall in love.

As I watch this now that I’m older, I thought it was weird that she fell in love with a guy that she just met. Also she wanted to give up her family and her voice all for a guy that she barley knew..he could of have been married or already had a girlfriend( but it’s Disney that would never happen!) But in the end love always conquers evil. evil never wins in the land of Disney (sorry Ursula) I give The Little Mermaid a 4 out of 5 only because it did seem kind of rushed.

Movie slideshow story



For my Journalism class I had to do a Photo slideshow. It had to relate to my blog which is about movies so with the help of my three friends they made “Let’s watch this movie!” into a funny photo slide show. The story is below:

On a cold winter saturday night Joe and Bernard decided to take their movie tower apart. Each grabbed a movie as the rest of the movies fell to the ground.

Bernard wanted to watch The Craft while Joe wanted to season two of Warehouse 13. Both guys were angry they could never decide on anything.

Out from behind her hiding spot Jess looks at the two scared. She ask them both why don’t they watch Thor. They both look at her angrly then look at each other.

“Can you believe this?” asked Bernard.

“Who would want to watch that!??” asked Joe.

“Please Guys!” said Jess with a puppy dog pout.

They both soft up and gave in. They threw the movie in the and sat down on the bed but as they  watched on their faces changed.

…. apparently someone forgot to put the Thor disk back into it’s case oops.

The link to the slide show is down below see what the guys had to watch instead!

Let’s watch this movie!_A Movie slideshow

The Perks of Being a Wallflower


My goodness I’m in love with this movie. The movie is about a boy named Charlie (Logan Lerman) who is starting high school. He writes to an anonymous person in his journal about events that happens throughout his high school experience from meeting Patrick (Ezra Miller) and his step-sister Sam (Emma Watson) to discovering his Aunt Helen’s (Melanie Lynskey) dark secret letting viewers in on why Charlie is the way he is. This movie takes place in the 1990’s which I thought was great that they kept that setting even though this movie is released in a new generation of kids. The movie did fill in were the book might of stumped some readers (well for me some parts stumped me). I did like how they switched it up a bit and let Charlie and Sam have their moment. I bet many readers especially me hoped for when reading the book.

At first I had lower standards for the movie because “some” movies don’t live up to the book. I said “some” and not putting the Harry Potter movies in that category. Even though I heard the books are different then the movie…( I never read the books shame on me I know) but I rate the Perks of Being a Wallflower a 5 out of 5 because the movie goes into depth without changing the 1999 Stephen Chbosky classic. Everyone should see this movie and it’s filmed in Pittsburgh woot!

Perks Of being a wallflower cast.

Perks Of being a wallflower cast.

Lights Camera Movies Delights!


Thank you for taking a look at my blog Movies Delights. This blogs main goal is to tell my opinions on movies that I seen so far from old movies to new ones. This subject is important to me because I love movies. I was always scared to tell my views on a certain subjects when I was younger. I was afraid that people would disagree or say that I was wrong but not anymore! That’s why I would love to hear what you guys have to say about certain movies. If there’s even a movie you guys would like me to review just leave your request in the comment area. Maybe you want to tell readers your views on the movie too. That’s why I’m rooting for you guys to do so. We all have our opinions and this blog will help you show your personal thoughts on movies.
My blog’s writing style is going to be casual. In the future I just saw the movies “Mama” and “Identity theft” which I will be blogging about in the future and many more from 90’s movies to Disney movies. So please stick with this blog and if you like what you see please follow me.

a movie related slideshow I did for my Journalism class

My review on Mamma Mia! the movie.


Mamma Mia! was right indeed. The movie is based off of the musical Mamma Mia! The story is about a young women named Sophie (played by Amanda Seyfried) whose finds her mother’s journal and discovers that one of these three men that her mother talks about in her journal could be her father. She’s not sure which one because her mother ends off with a “…” to which Sophie knows it means sex (that’s how they proclaimed it in the older days) So with her mother not knowing about all of this Sophie sends out invitations to the three men to her wedding. But instead of sending them personally she pretends to be her mother sending the invites to them saying how she wants them to be at Sophie’s wedding.  When the men get the invitations they rush over to the mother’s hotel. Sophie hopes she finds out who her real dad is so he could walk her down the aisle.

The story jumps to the Sophie’s mother Donna (played by Meryl Streep) and her two friends Rosie (Julie Walters) and Tanya (Christine Baranski) who came to intend Sophie’s wedding and to have a little Dynamos (their band) reunion. Donna tells Rosie and Tanya how she would rather be far away rich then to be there running a hotel with barely a fixable sink.  Donna then goes on to find her three flames in an attic: Bill (Stellan Skarsgård), Sam (Pierce Brosnan) and Harry (Colin Firth) that’s when things get complicated.

After watching this movie I turned to my friend and said “What is going on here?” I loved the music; I would say my favorite scene was when Donna sung Mamma Mia! while trying to get a closer look at the three men. But I felt like this movie was to fast pace. I feel like they rushed it. I’ve never seen the musical (I heard only good things about it) but for this movie I would give it a 3 out of 5. There were funny moments which I liked but then finding out all of these events took place in one day mostly two if you count the wedding is unbelievable to me. I was also very disappointed that this whole movie was about finding out whom Sophie’s real dad was and we never did! I guess the theme was discover yourself before you out looking for others to discover you.

Mamma Mia

Mamma Mia