Start Your New Year With These Four Classic Movies

Start Your New Year With These Four Classic Movies Cornerstone Wealth Management

Start Your New Year With These Four Classic Movies Cornerstone Wealth Management

The New Year is a time of celebration and reflection, and there’s no better way to spend it than with a great movie. Here are four classics that not only entertain but also evoke the spirit of a new beginning, perfect for ringing in the New Year.

  1. When Harry Met Sally (1989)

Rob Reiner’s iconic romantic comedy “When Harry Met Sally” is a must-watch for New Year’s Eve. This film grapples with the age-old question: Can men and women ever be just friends? The chemistry between Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan is palpable, and the film’s climax during a New Year’s Eve party is unforgettable. This film is a delightful exploration of friendship, love, and the magic of new beginnings.[1]

  1. New Year’s Eve (2011)

There’s no movie more appropriate for New Year’s than “New Year’s Eve.” This star-studded ensemble comedy-drama follows the lives of various New Yorkers as they navigate the highs and lows of life on the last day of the year. With a cast that includes Robert De Niro, Zac Efron, Michelle Pfeiffer, and Halle Berry, it’s a heartfelt movie that celebrates hope and new beginnings.[1]

  1. The Poseidon Adventure (1972)

If you’re looking for something more action-packed, “The Poseidon Adventure” is a thrilling choice. This disaster film follows a group of passengers who must fight for their lives after a luxury cruise ship capsizes on New Year’s Eve. While it might not be the most festive pick, it serves as a reminder of the resilience and determination that a new year often symbolizes.[1]

  1. Diner (1982)

Barry Levinson’s “Diner” is another great film to watch as you ring in the new year. Set in Baltimore in 1959, it follows a group of friends as they grapple with the transition from adolescence to adulthood. As the characters reminisce about the past and contemplate the future, viewers are reminded of the beauty of growth and change that the new year brings.[1]

Each of these films, in their own way, encapsulates the spirit of the New Year — a time of reflection, resolution, and the promise of new beginnings. So, as you bid goodbye to the old and welcome the new, make sure to include these classics in your New Year movie marathon.

If one of your resolutions this year includes getting a handle on your retirement plans, consider reaching out to one of our professionals today for a complimentary review of your finances.

 

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