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Go on vacation by watching these four classic movies

Don't have enough many to travel this summer or already traveled, but don't know what to do now? Well if you have these kind of questions, then you'll love this article, since it has you traveling to England to all the way to Africa. No need for passports, just a comfy couch. Also if you want to add a little more twist, make recipes that are part of the place that the movie is based in.

So here are the movies:

Travel to England:

  • "An American Werewolf in London"

"An American Werewolf in London, is the perfect werewolf horror comedy. John Landis was the one that directed the movie. The film was about two friends that are traveling one night in the English countryside and they get attacked by a werewolf. The main character (played by actor David Naughton) goes through an eerie transformation while dealing with the traumatizing event.

Travel to Morocco:

Travel to Casablanca with Sam, Rick, Ilsa, and Captain Louis Renault. The popular classic is still thrilling and romantic with both its setting and cast of characters. Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains, Peter Lorre are just a few names that starred in this Michael Curtiz movie.

Travel to France:

  • "An American in Paris"

Gene Kelly fans will enjoy this Vincente Minnelli musical that is about three friends in Paris that struggle with love, art, and money. Lesile Caron, Oscar Levant, and Georges Guetary stared in the movie with Gene Kelly. This is the perfect movie for the whole family too, you all can travel to 1950s Paris together.

Travel to Africa:

"Out of Africa" won for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Original Score, and Best Sound at the Academy Awards in the 80s. So that's just an outline of how popular the movie was and is still to many fans. Meryl Streep, Robert Redford starred starred in the movie that was loosely based off of Isak Dinesen autobiography, "Out of Africa." It was Sydney Pollack that directed the movie.

Well those were four movies that can take you places, and they are diverse genres from horror to romantic dramas.

What other movies come to mind? Please share your thoughts.

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