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5 movies to re-watch in honor of the beginning of spring

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Spring is finally here. Which means it's time for flowers, open windows, and movies that make us want to break into song and dance.

Enchanted Disney


There's no better springtime movie than Disney's "Enchanted." With flowers, balloons, colorful dresses, and true love (not to mention a healthy bit of sarcasm), this movie is the definition of all things spring. By the time you get to the number "That's How You Know," you'll be singing and dancing yourself.

Bambi Disney


An oldie but a classic, "Bambi" is that classic coming-of-age story that we all grew up with. (And if you didn't, now's the time to give it a try!) This young deer's journey to adulthood with the help of his friends Flower the skunk and Thumper the rabbit will make you laugh and cry all over again. 

The Producers
The Producers Universal Pictures

The Producers

"Springtime for Hitler and Germany!" Mel Brooks' masterpiece is timeless, and the ever-hilarious Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane will never get old. Immortalized in the 2005 movie adaptation of the classic play, "The Producers" is a movie you need to revisit this spring.

Mulan Disney


"The flower that blooms in adversity is the rarest and most beautiful of all." More kickass than any Disney heroine before her, "Mulan" is a movie you need to show your kids or just re-watch yourself. It's even streaming right now on Netflix.

Miss Congeniality
Miss Congeniality Warner Bros.

Miss Congeniality

"Please describe your idea of a perfect date." "...I'd have to say April 25th. Because it's not too hot, not too cold, all you need is a light jacket." Ok, admittedly, this is a bit of a stretch. But "Miss Congeniality" is fun, spunky, and sometimes unpredictable-- just like the current season.


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