Start a new tradition with Family Video Night
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Published: 9/14/2009 12:14 PM
Print this article A lot of families don't operate on the same schedule during the week, which can make it hard to bring everyone together and catch up. One way to keep that warm feeling of togetherness is to set aside one evening to eat, chat and relax - and a Family Video Night may be one great way to achieve this goal.
Everyone has their favorite movies, but there are some timeless classics just begging to be shared and viewed throughout the years. Family Video suggests some magical greats like "ET" and "Charlotte's Web" to spark imaginations everywhere.
For families that like to laugh, they may want to check out "Mouse Hunt," featuring Christopher Walken, in which two brothers try desperately to get rid of a little, pesky problem.
Little princesses everywhere will be sure to enjoy "Ever After" with its modern twist on the Cinderella fairly tale. Drew Barrymore portrays a strong, fearless character who defies the wicked stepmother and eventually gets her man.
If the group likes to head into the kitchen and cook, consider making a meal together and sitting down to watch the animated film "Ratatouille" about a mere rat who strives to achieve his lifelong goal of becoming a chef.
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