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WhoHasTheRemote.com looks at various forms of household entertainment that fit the themes of holidays throughout the year. With February now in full swing, the site turns its attention to the holiday decked with hearts.
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
The month of February is full of heart shapes, with lovers young and old taking time to show appreciation for one another. In keeping with this spirit, WhoHasTheRemote.com releases their picks for kid friendly Valentine's Day movies. WHTR also suggests the Celebrity Cafe's list for the adults.
WhoHasTheRemote.com knows that romance is not lost on children. They have suggested some great movies new and old that are perfect to share with the kids this Valentine's Day.
To top their list is the film WALL•E. Released in 2008, this movie chronicles the budding relationship between two robots in a futuristic world. As this is a Pixar film, the graphics will keep your little one entertained and the story line is charming and funny.
Next on their list is SHREK. With powerhouse voice actors like Mike Myers, Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy, and John Lithgow, both parents and kids will be laughing so hard their tummies will hurt. Constantly aired on dish network bundles with unique spin on fairytale story lines this animated movie will teach kids about friendship, love and acceptance.
For older kids, a classic such as The Princess Bride is recommended by WHTR. This film was made in 1987, but still holds the same charm it did back then. Also, based on fairytale foundations, it has lots of action, suspense, and mystery, as well as a story of enduring love.
When many people think of Hollywood and romance, images of Bogart and Bergman or Gable and Leigh spring to mind. Last on WHTR's list is a universally recognized classic, the 1961 Audrey Hepburn showcase Breakfast at Tiffany's. For many decades, Tiffany's has been a movie night mainstay, with the likeness of Hepburn's Holly Golightly serving as an inspiration to females aged 5 through 50. As an example of elegance and glamor, women often conjure the Golightly look on Valentine's to woo the men in their lives. Filmed in an era of decency standards, Tiffany's remains an appropriate viewing staple in both family and romantic couple settings.
WhoHasTheRemote.com hopes that everyone has a loving time with their own special someone on Valentine's Day. Romantic movies serve as perfect entertainment for young couples and loving parents who stay inside during the most romantic night of the year.
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