This fantastic movie masterpiece has great comedy that will make you fall down laughing and heartfelt drama that will pull on your heartstrings. All those things are guaranteed since the mix of comedy and drama is portrayed by the wonderful actress, Sally Field, and the late great funnyman legend, Robin Williams. I highly recommend Mrs. Doubtfire (1993, rated PG-13) for teens and adults of all ages if you want a good laugh or a good tug on the heartstrings.
One of the most interesting, well-directed, and well-performed movies is My Fair Lady (1964, rated G). I have seen it more than 10 times, and I like to watch it over and over again. It rejuvenates me. The songs are great and the language used is superior. This classic stars Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison.
It is a wonderful movie that demonstrates the progress in human development in some classes of society while some sectors of society languish in ignorance. Above all, it's the score, that incredible score, that always leaves me amazed.
This American sitcom was the best show ever on TV. Everybody Loves Raymond (1996-2005, rated TV-PG) features the comedic happenings of the Barone family. Starring Ray Romano, Patricia Heaton, Brad Garrett, Doris Roberts, and Peter Boyle, the casting is right on.
The writing was superb. I've watched all of the seasons over and over again, and I laugh so hard every time. Check out all nine seasons of Everybody Loves Raymond from the library today.
You can't go wrong with Julie Andrews singing and acting in these classic movie musicals.
The Sound of Music (1965, rated G) is such a great romantic and comedic movie! This is a movie for all ages. It's one I enjoy watching over again even though I first watched it at a very young age. The underlying music is quite enlightening. The young children in the movie were superb in their performances.
Watch both films on Disney+ by borrowing one of the library's Family Rokus with Disney Plus or placing a hold on the DVDs or Blu-rays today. Want more Julie Andrews? Listen to her sing her favorite Broadway showtunes on Hoopla today.