Spring has finally sprung. We're hoping this season of movies will be better than the last one. As theaters slowly start to open at limited capacity, the upcoming films we've been looking forward to are finally starting to firm up their dates. Consequently, this season of spring movies is looking brighter already (go Kong)! In the meantime, we've picked out our own set of 10 spring movies that are sure to put a pep in your step.
Bridge to Terabithia
Who knew one rope swing across the river would be the bridge between Earth and a world beyond imagination? If you're looking for a beautiful view, Terabithia is the place for you. As a result, it's one of the great spring movies.
10 Things I Hate About You
The perfect comedy to get sprung for spring as it features one of Health Ledger's greatest performances along with a young Joseph Gordon-Levitt. This 1999 film is a solid mix of romance and sarcasm that will keep you wondering how everything is going to play out in the end.
There is a spring that holds the secret to eternal life and one lucky family holds that secret near and dear to their hearts. Above all, it's a story of drama, fantasy, adventure, and love, and it's only a click away!
The Secret Garden
If you're looking to unlock the key to the secret garden and talk to some animals along the way, then this is your movie. To sum up, this magical tale will show you the garden where miracles are born.
This gem from 1948 is quite possibly one of Judy Garland's greatest musicals so if you're looking for a classic pick-me-up this spring, her singing and dancing in this flick should do the trick.
You've Got Mail
This iconic rom-com from 1998 captures the AOL era of online dating and has just the right amount of spunk and love to make you laugh and cry at this unconventional, yet ultimately timeless relationship.
The Truth About Cats & Dogs
Here's a classic switcheroo comedy where a man is dating one woman on the phone and another in person, thinking they're one and the same. It's great and light-hearted sunny rom-com viewing that's the perfect way to take a mental break, and kick off the equinox.
A League of Their Own
It's another Tom Hanks classic to add to our list where he is the manager of an all-girls baseball team. His famous line, "there's no crying in baseball," is sure to have you crying from laughing.
A timeless musical film that encourages kids to explore their imagination and to let their creativity loose. Also, if you're talking about "spring cleaning," Mary Poppins wrote the book on it.
Ferris Bueller's Day Off
Sometimes we need a day off because maybe we're not feeling too well...but sometimes that's not the reason at all. If Ferris Bueller doesn't put you in a spring mood by the end of this adventure, we'll have to quarantine this list.
Jesse is a writer and content manager for Noovie. When he's not working, he's on the beach playing volleyball.