A Better Peek at I’m So Sure

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Congrats to the winners of The Miracle Girls series: Bethany, Joy, and AJ. Guys, just email me (jen at jennybjones dot com) and send me your mailing address. Congratulations!

You know whenever authors give sneak peeks of books, it’s always chapter one. How boring and predictable is that? Sometimes nothing even happens in chapter one! So today to celebrate the release of I’m So Sure, I’m having a little contest and also showing you a chapter from the MIDDLE of the book. (Wow…)

Okay, so this week’s contest. To be the oh-so-lucky winner of a copy of I’m So Sure, you must answer the following question: What is a movie you could watch over and over? Before you answer, think about it. Because this isn’t necessarily your favorite movie. The movie I could watch over and over right now (it changes) is Nacho Libre. I can also watch The Holiday multiple times without wanting to yack on my own shoes. But these are not quite my favorite movies. (But very close.)  You have until this Friday to leave a comment with your answer. Friday night at 6:51:23 pm. Can’t wait to hear your answers.

I’m So Sure, Chapter 14

I slow my skates. “Look, Luke, I’ve had a hard day of slinging tacos. Why don’t you find your girlfriend and talk to her?”

That annoying smile returns to his face. The one he always gets when I mention Taylor the Genius Girlfriend. “She just left to meet some friends.”

I return to ignoring him. Doesn’t the Bible say if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all? No, wait. Not the Bible. My mom? The fortune cookie I ate last week?

“Bella.” Luke’s hand on my arm stops us both.

Couples swish around us as I study Luke’s face. There’s something there I can’t define.

“I’m not mad at you, Luke. I just wanted some time to skate.” I stare up at the sky and let the flakes collection my lashes. “This makes me miss Manhattan, and I want it soak it all up.”

“I saw you talking to Anna.”

“You could’ve told me you were working with Budge and the police.”

He runs a hand through his black hair. “This isn’t your mystery to solve.”

“She asked me to clear her name.”

“I should think that car running us off the road would be enough motivation for you to stay out of it.”

“What, so you can be in danger, but I can’t?”

“You almost got killed the last time you stuck your nose in something here at Truman High.”

“Luke Sullivan…I think you’re worried about me.” Now it’s my turn for the sly grin.

His face is impassive. “You have a new assignment for the paper. I want you to interview sophomore Tracey Sniveley. She was student of the month.”

“No! You’re just trying to weasel me out of the missing funds story. Besides, Tracey Sniveley is that girl who has like thirty cats. And she smells like yams.”

“I’m the editor, and right now we have no missing funds story. And last time I checked, we still had a paper to publish.”

“Don’t shut me out of this. Anna came to me to clear her name. Ruthie came to me to get to the bottom of this. Not you.”

He pulls us to the side of the rink. “Ruthie McGee? What does she have to do with this?”

“Oh, gee. I’m sorry. But that’s something I’m working on all by myself.” I bat my lashes. “Can’t tell you.”

I skate away and rejoin Lindy and Matt. Since they aren’t in the throes of one big make-out session, I assume that Lindy didn’t declare her true feelings to her BFF, and Matt didn’t tell Lindy she’s the milk in his Cheerios.

An hour later, much of the crowd has gone home. I say goodbye to my friends, grab my purse, and walk to my car.

The Bug glistens with a diamond frost, and as I stick my key in the door, I notice it’s unlocked.

That’s funny. I always lock it. no, this isn’t the backstreets of New York where they’ll strip your car down to the caps, but still, a girl has to be careful

Suddenly I’m ery aware of how alone I am out in the gravel parking lot. Just me and a few cars.

I quickly open the door, and there on the seat is a piece of pink paper. The type is in a jagged font.

Bella, I’m warning you to mind your own business. I’d hate to see you get caught in the path of what I want. Nothing will stop me–not even you.

A chill snakes down my spine.

And a hand settles on my shoulder.

I scream into the night air and jump straight up, my hands slapping out. “Back off! I know Pilates!”

“Bella.” Luke grabs my hands and pins them to his chest. “Bella!”

I melt into him and sigh in relief. “I totally knew it was you. I did.” Raising my head, I step back and put some distance between us. “What are you doing out here? I thought you’d left.”

His forehead wrinkles. “I was talking to some friends when I saw you walk off by yourself. Thought I’d make sure you got to your car okay.” His blue eyes zone in on the note. He takes it from me, and I notice my hands are shaking. So much for acting unaffected.

“How many of these have you received?” His gruff voice is like sandpaper to my nerves.

I snatch the note back. “I’m not feeding you any more information just so you can cut me out and get the story for yourself.”

“An answer, Bella.”
“Fine.” Why are boys so annoying? “This is the first. But it’s none of your concern.”

Luke’s fingers latch onto my shoulder again. “You’re my concern.”

I’m pulled in by the intensity of his eyes. He draws me closer to him, and my hands rest on his jacket.

His eyes drop to my lips.

I hold my breath, afraid to move.

Afraid he’s going to kiss me.

Terrified he’s not. . .

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Oops! I’m sorry, but that’s all the time we have for today. But get in the running for this week’s giveaway so you can read the rest yourself. Or of course, you can pick up a copy today anywhere books are sold. Except for garage sales. And Goodwill. (But give it a few weeks…)

Have a great week!

JEN

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  1. Alli November 2nd, 2009 7:46 am

    One movie that I could watch over and over again is Pride and Prejudice. ( The new one with Kiera Knightly) Every time I look at something different. Like the music, costumes or acting. Nerdy I know, but that’s me!

  2. hannah November 2nd, 2009 8:54 am

    one movie i watch over and over is “what about bob” not intentionally because whenever i turn on the TV it is always on. I don’t know why.

  3. Catherine Madera November 2nd, 2009 9:01 am

    I love Sweet Home Alabama: “Praise the Lord the South has risen again!” Also, “You can’t ride two horses with one a__, Sugar Beat.” :) :)

    The other one (Can I get extra points for naming two?)) is My Big, Fat, Greek Wedding. I’ve seen this only about two dozen times: “You should be proud to be Greek.”

    I can provide many more movie lines, if you’re interested:).

  4. Jenny B. Jones November 2nd, 2009 9:52 am

    I LOVE Sweet Home Alabama. You’re right–great one to watch repeatedly. “Look at you, you have a baby… In a bar.”

    Pride and Prejudice is great. At first you’re like THAT is Darcy? I got robbed! And then…you’re like, sighhh. That is Darcy.

    Hannah, TBS is the worst about showing the same movie over and over.

  5. Salle November 2nd, 2009 10:52 am

    ok…mine that i can watch over and over and also perform every song and dance is ANNIE! I love it…Also ELF!

  6. Catrina November 2nd, 2009 11:11 am

    A movie I can watch over and over and over again is THe Princess Bride. I LOVE that movie!!! I recently found out that a friend of mine has never watched it and now I am making her watch it with me… lol

    Oh and Confessions of a Shopaholic… I hate shopping but I love love love that movie!

  7. Hannah November 2nd, 2009 12:01 pm

    Pride and Prejudice. the one with Mr. Matthew Macfadyen *swoon* If I ever get stuck on a deserted island I would bring that movie…and hope that the island had electricity….and a DVD player.

    And The Princess Bride. I pretty much know the whole script to that movie, I’ve seen it so many times.

  8. Joy Andrea November 2nd, 2009 12:02 pm

    There is this movie with Harrison Ford and Julia Ormond called Sabrina. It is SO much better than the original Sabrina movie with AUdrey Hepburn and H.B. The ending is soooo romantic….. :)

  9. Katie P. November 2nd, 2009 12:03 pm

    I could watch the Lord of the RIngs movie “The Return of the King”, over and over and over again. And I have!

  10. Ash November 2nd, 2009 12:10 pm

    I could watch Swiss Family Robinson over and over again. But when I’m not in the mood for pirates and treehouses, my go-to movie is How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days. Let’s be honest, who hasn’t let a love fern die?

  11. Paris November 2nd, 2009 12:16 pm

    Um, I could watch the Chronicles of Narnia over and over. It’s not my fav, but I luv it :]

  12. Lydia Cote November 2nd, 2009 12:37 pm

    I could watch Remeber the Titans over and over. By now I hav probably watched it like 23 times. ( But who’s counting?) I probably like it b/c its funny, sad, and interesting all in one.

  13. rebornbutterfly November 2nd, 2009 1:45 pm

    aww man, how can i choose?

    As of this moment, i have to say Pride & Prejudice with Colin Firth
    But in about 5 minutes it’ll probably change. :)

  14. Missa November 2nd, 2009 1:47 pm

    I watch Charlie and the Choclate Factory(new one with Johnny Depp! WOO!) all the time. When Iam sad it always make me laugh so hard. I Love the way Depp acts through the movie, sometimes I still cant decide if I should be scared of Willie Wonka and all his little falshbacks or love him beacuse he is such a weirdo in the movie! But either way, watched to many times to count…ok I do count but I dont really want to tell the number :)

  15. Shauna November 2nd, 2009 1:49 pm

    I’ve watched Strictly Ballroom over and over. It’s cheesy and predictable, but the mix of comedy, quirky characters, and romance is wonderful. (I’ve also seen Groundhog Day quite a few times, appropriately enough.)

  16. Kristin November 2nd, 2009 2:25 pm

    I could watch “Pride and Prejudice” (2005 with Keira Knightley and Matthew Macfayden) over and over (and I have), because it’s my favorite movie. It’s so perfect, with the beautiful soundtrack and scenery and awesome love story.

    I also could watch “Monsters, Inc.” and “The Emperor’s New Groove” over and over. I think those are probably two of the funniest kid’s movies ever. Every time I watch them, I catch a new line that I hadn’t really noticed before. Kronk is so awesome. And I absolutely love the blooper reel on “Monsters, Inc.” There are parts of the movie that make me laugh so hard I cry. “I think I have a plan here: using mainly spoons, we dig a tunnel under the city and release it into the wild.”

    ~Kristin

  17. Stephanie November 2nd, 2009 4:48 pm

    The Goonies! Definitely my go to movie. I continually laugh at all the same parts: Chunk’s truffle shuffle, Data’s crazy inventions, Mouth sportin the Purple Rain shirt and of course the great one-liners. And I do have to admit to getting a little teary eyed when Mikey gives his “our time down here” speech.

    Goonies never say die!

  18. Barbara B. November 2nd, 2009 6:08 pm

    Totally cheesy, but I could watch ‘The Prince and Me’ over and over again. It’s got a great soundtrack, and it’s sweet and romantic. I pop it into the DVD player when I am baking or just need a distraction. My husband now sees the case out, and is like, “really? you’re watching this again?”

  19. Marta Araujo November 2nd, 2009 8:14 pm

    I’m crazy about ‘A Walk To Remember’. No problem to watch it over and over. It’s the best movie that I’ve ever seen. Everything is perfect. Every time I watch it, I cry :) So beautiful.

    “Love’s like the wind. We can’t see it but we can feel it.”

  20. karen k November 2nd, 2009 8:33 pm

    I can watch ‘the sound of music’ a million times…

  21. Tana November 2nd, 2009 9:35 pm

    ummm…honestly? i have no idea…probably Surf’s Up with Shia Labuef..he’s a beast…
    anywho, (way, which, wow, any-WHATEVER!) you’re gonna kill me with suspense woman…and i loooove you’re books..btw you havent mentioned really anything on the 4th Katie Parker Production book..but in the 3rd book, there was an ad (sorta) for it..?!
    any-something, ttyl jenny b. jones-you’re my hero and role model!
    xoxo
    tana:)
    ps
    sorry if my grammar isn’t coreect-it’s not exactly my thing….scracth that, it is my thing, i am just to tired to do it now…hehe

  22. Kristin November 2nd, 2009 10:05 pm

    By the way, I picked up a copy of “Just Between You and Me” and “So Not Happening” at my local Christian bookstore today. I couldn’t resist…I’ve been reading your blog for a while now but I’ve never read any of your books yet.
    It’s not a good idea to buy new books on the second day of NaNoWriMo. I spent much too much time today reading “Just Between You and Me” when I should have been writing! I’m halfway through chapter nine (of your book, not mine).
    ~Kristin

  23. Jacelyn November 3rd, 2009 1:05 am

    One movie I could watch forever and ever is Clue. Yes, the movie that’s based on the board game. It’s ancient and laugh-out-loud funny!

  24. Bex November 3rd, 2009 1:57 am

    The movie I can watch over and over again and have seen 36 times is Bride & Prejudice. Not Pride, but Bride…the bollywood version.
    Another movie I will NEVER get sick of is A Walk to Remember…the best!
    Right now I’m kinda liking Transformers too…

  25. Rhonda November 3rd, 2009 6:40 am

    I LOVE “It’s a Wonderful Life.” Very sappy movie–not my typical movie to watch, but I love the message.

  26. Colene November 3rd, 2009 10:47 am

    i could watch The Mummy over and over and i have no idea why. i was in the 7th grade when it came out and a friend and i would go home every day after school and watch it together for WAY longer than i want to admit. or Holes. good one too.

  27. Mary November 3rd, 2009 11:09 am

    One movie I would want to watch over and over again well there are tons but I guess I would have to pick The prince and Me. Both movie are great but usually the 1st movie is the best and it is. I just watched it the other day and i wanted to watch it again but my parents wouldn’t let me. I came across So Not Happening in Barnes and Noble and then I couldn’t put it down and then when I learned a sequel was coming out in November I couldn’t wait. Now I can’t wait to read I’m So Sure!

  28. Kate November 3rd, 2009 11:42 am

    One movie that I could watch on repeat is “The Sound of Music”. It’s romantic, dramatic, comedic (not to mention classic). Also, Julie Andrews’ voice is pure magic. I swear, it is impossible to be miserable when you listen to her sing.

    Awesome excerpt! Random thought: the best of part of the Krispy Kreme donut that I had for lunch the other day was the cream filling- in the middle. So hooray for sneak peeks from the middle! Can’t wait to read the rest! :)

  29. sherry November 3rd, 2009 11:53 am

    the movie I could watch over and over would be “Footloose”.

    I love the thought of young people taking charge to change something that may not be right. My favorite part is in the council meeting when Ren starts to quote the Bible regarding dancing.

    I am so ready to read this book!

    Thanks Jenny for being so giving.

  30. Caitlin November 3rd, 2009 1:37 pm

    Any of the “Pirates of the Caribbean” movies!!! I think the first one is my favorite… maybe… or the second. Or the third??? OK, all of them are my favorite!

  31. Tina November 3rd, 2009 2:05 pm

    I would love to win this book! I am glad you picked the cow for the cover. It looks so cute!

  32. Barbara D. November 3rd, 2009 2:56 pm

    You’ve Got Mail…..bouquets of sharpened pencils…if I don’t know what I want to watch, I’ll put this in:)

  33. Melanie November 3rd, 2009 3:39 pm

    Singin’ in the Rain! I love musicals, despite their absolute cheesiness.

  34. Jill November 3rd, 2009 3:41 pm

    I could watch Dirty Dancing over and over and over. I think partly because its the movie my high school BF and I went to on our first date :)

    OH and The Outsiders. I teach and have seen it every year for 14 years. It NEVER gets old!

  35. Alyssa November 3rd, 2009 4:16 pm

    I would love to win this book. :) My favorite movie, and the movie I could watch over and over again is 17 Again. This movie is really funny and fun to watch!! :)

  36. Katie Jones November 3rd, 2009 4:48 pm

    You cruel Arkansan author. Making more anxious to get the book with your exciting chapter 14. that’s just unfair. I’m holding off on spending allowance money until the contest is won so here goes my entry:

    One movie I could watch over and over is She’s the Man. Something about Amanda makes every movie awesome. It’s so funny! It’s one of the few movies I boyght the day it came out on DVD. It will be one of those movies I’ll let my kids watch even though it’s immature!:D My favorite part is when the guy sticks a tampon up his nose when he gets a nose bleed! ROFL! Everything about that movie is great!

  37. Tori November 3rd, 2009 5:02 pm

    Hi Jenny! I totally love your blog and your books! I put my autographed book from you right up there with the one from Meg Cabot! You inspire me to write and read more and your books make me cry, laugh, and make me completly and absolutly feel like I am in the book right along with the characters!
    Even though I already have a copy of “I’m so sure” I am going to answer the question anyway in hopes that you hold a contest for the book “Just between you and me”.
    The movie I have watched four times already but would watch a million more times is “The Proposal”. I went and rented it per your recomendation and I love it! I plan to buy it come black friday, the best holiday of the year, when we all go shopping. I am hoping there is a sale on them! Sandra Bullock is an amazing actress and she made me cry the first time I saw the movie. I felt so bad that no one liked her and my favorite part was when Ryan Reynolds came to tell her he loved her.
    Keep me in mind and know that you are one of my favorite authors of all time and that I really want one of the copies of “Just between you and me”! Thank you for inspiring me and just a heads up… my email address is never checked because my computer is down so
    I gave you my grandmas.
    Love,
    Your totally awesome cousin Tori
    :-)

  38. Nikki November 3rd, 2009 5:29 pm

    I can watch Christmas Vacation over and over again. It is like they followed my husband and me around one year and made a movie out of it. (minus the cat scene) it is so funny and really makes me miss my crazy family! I really love your site I am going to buy my girls your books I have been trying to get them to start reading more Christian authors to go with my theory good stuff in good stuff out!

  39. Stephanie November 3rd, 2009 8:27 pm

    Hey Barbara D…I also love You’ve Got Mail. But I just found out that it is the redone version of an old Jimmy Stewart movie called The Shop Around the Corner. You should definitely watch it….it became a favorite of mine after watching it…i even bought it! But I think anyone who loves You’ve Got Mail will also love the original because it is done through letters, not email. And movies that involve letters or any kind of written words of love are always the greatest!!

  40. Jenny B. Jones November 3rd, 2009 10:09 pm

    Salle, I LOVE Annie. I wanted to BE Annie when I was a kid. I remember sitting in the theater watching it (cuz I’m old) and just being in awe. It has everything–singing, dancing, romance, action, and…my Carol.

    Catrina and Hannah, PB is my favorite movie. So funny

    Joy, I love Sabrina too. It was on TV not too long ago.

    Stephanie and Barbara D, You’ve Got Mail is one of my favorite movies. So many good lines. And I’ll have to check out the Jimmy Stewart version–I had no idea. And you’re right–letters are just…sweet.

    Nikki, Christmas vacation is awesome. I love all those Chevy Chase/Vacation movies. “Sparky…”

    Tori, long email and Just Between You and Me on the way!

    Katie, I have GOT to see that movie. I keep meaning to…then forget all about it. I love Amanda Bynes and think she is such an underused talent. She’s so brilliantly, naturally funny.

    Alyssa, I have yet to see 17 Again either. Must do that!

    Jill, great picks. “Nobody puts baby in a corner!” And both with Patrick Swayze…

    Tina, we must hear your movie choice! Cow cover compliments will only get you so far. ; )

    Melanie, musicals are the best. I live for them.

    Caitlin, are you on Team Depp or Team Bloom?

    Sherry, Footloose is a great movie. You can see his big dance scene on YouTube. It’s kinda funny taken out of context. And in 2009.

    Kate, I LOVE the Sound of Music. I have that CD and boot Maria out of her solos all the time.

    Colene, I have GOT to see the Mummy II. And isn’t there a III now. Are those any good?

    Mary Barbara, and The Prince and me is so good. Did you see part II on ABC Family? I didn’t like it NEARLY as well.

    Bex, I have yet to see a Bollywood movie. I’ve heard that one is good though. Must add it to the list…

    Rhonda, that movie fits you! It’s so good, isn’t it? And just quaint and “here’s what matters.”

    Jacelyn, I’m old enough to have watched Clue in the theater. It’s a funny movie!

    Katie, I hate to publicly admit it, but I’ve never seen any of the LOTRs.

    Ash, I saw Swiss Fam Robinson in like 2nd grade…and not again since. It’s that good? I don’t remember a thing about it.

    Kristin, thanks so much. Glad you enjoyed the book. sounds like a great excuse to slack on NaNo. I have no excuse. Do blogging words count toward my total?

    paris, Chron of Narnia is so good. I love Lucy and Mr. Tumnus (sp?)

    Lydia, Remember the Titans is soooo good too. I hate sports, but I love sports flicks for some reason. And Denzel. Love me some Denzel.

    Reborn Butterfly, my faves change often too. I can’t stick with just one!

    Missa, Charlie…creeps me out. He does.

    Shauna, I think I saw the Chinese version with subtitles and it wasn’t good. I have got to watch another version.

    I hope I didn’t leave anyone out. Great movie suggestions, guys!! Love reading what you watch.

  41. michael snyder November 3rd, 2009 11:41 pm

    Easy…The English Patient, because I simply adore long naps.

    Mike

  42. Sudra November 4th, 2009 11:25 am

    Slumdog Millionaire is one of the movies I could watch over and over again.. The persistance and perseverance of Jamal speaks to me everytime… And I love the ending! Seriously one of the best kisses of all time! =)

    Another one that I have watched about 12+ times in the last year is The Last of the Mohicans (the one with Daniel Day-Lewis in it). Love, love, love that movie. It’s as old as I am, but it is such a great movie. The plot is great, the acting is superb, the cinematography is great, and it’s got plenty of action with a nice heaping of romance and rivalry. Seriously, it can’t get much better than that! Haha, well, in my opinion at least. =)

  43. Audra November 4th, 2009 11:27 am

    Haha, my name was spelled wrong by my iPod. That’s supposed to be “Audra” and not “Sudra”! LOL. =)

  44. Balyssa November 4th, 2009 1:04 pm

    One movie I could watch over and over is Forrest Gump! I just love how history is deplicted in this movie and how Forrest talks. I love it. I own it on dvd, vhs and the soundtrack! I am not a fan of histoy, but when it is portrayed in such a great way….I might kind of like history.

  45. Tessa November 4th, 2009 2:21 pm

    The movie I could watch over and over is Cheaper By the Dozen. Actually, when it first came out, I did watch it over and over. Literally. I was about 10 years old… and I would watch the movie, rewind it, and watch it again. I now know every line to this movie. I’m not even sure why I liked it so much. I’m still not even sick of it yet… which is very strange…

  46. Carol Thompson November 4th, 2009 4:57 pm

    A movie I have watched a number of times and probably will watch often again is To Kill A Mockingbird.

    Not only in the acting superb but the whole story is a constant reminder of morals and how we should behave to others.

  47. Jocelyn Lee November 4th, 2009 6:44 pm

    I could watch the movie A Walk To Remember over and over again and not get tired of it.

  48. Leah Naegeli November 4th, 2009 7:28 pm

    I could watch Aladdin over and over again. It’s my favorite of the Disney classics, the Genie is hilarious, the story is cute, and the music is good to sing along too!
    However, I could also watch either of the Chronicles of Narnia movies non-stop. They are sooo good! Plus, I play the French Horn, and the music in the movie is really, really good. And, all of the actors have super-cool accents :)

  49. Jenny B. Jones November 4th, 2009 7:34 pm

    Leah, I love Disney movies. I have yet to grow tired of Hercules. It’s an underdog of a movie.

    Jocelyn, you are not alone. AWTR is very popular!

    Carol, To Kill a Mockingbird is a classic. I saw the play version a few years ago and it just wasn’t the same. Atticus Finch can only have the face of one man.

    Tessa, that’s a great movie. I loved it. It’s good in the way Father of the Bride is good.

    Balyssa, I have the soundtrack to Forrest Gump too. I love it.

    Audra, I have GOT to watch Slumdog. I’m so uncool for not having seen it yet.

    Michael, I feel the same way. About football.

  50. Melodie R November 4th, 2009 8:45 pm

    I’m going to have to second Caitlin’s and say: Pirates of the Caribbean! Any of them, again and again and again.
    And I’m on Team Bloom. Sighhhhhh.
    Loved the chapter, by the way. Why can you write such amazing almost-kisses?!

  51. Carol Hamilton November 5th, 2009 12:02 am

    Newsies! Christian Bale in his teen years. He sings, he dances, surrounded by amazing guys and a great story.
    Also Phantom of the Opera with Gerard Butler.

  52. Anna November 5th, 2009 11:29 am

    The movies I could watch over and over are:

    sweet home alabama – i can never get tired of it. reese witherspoon is amazing and i love the homey comfortable feel of the movie. Not too mention patrick dempsey and josh lucas are HOT!

    mean girls – it depicts high school in a funny way. i can quote that movie for days. it will just make me laugh no matter how many times i’ve seen it.

  53. Colene November 5th, 2009 12:42 pm

    umm 2 wasnt bad. 3…i refuse to even give a chance. i mean it could be the best movie since Harry and the Hendersons but it could just ruin my opinion of Brendan Frasier forever too.

  54. Maha November 5th, 2009 5:18 pm

    The movie I could watch over and over again (esp during the holiday season) is While You Were Sleeping. It’s cheesy but really cute and heartwarming. I also love Miss Congenality (sp?). Aah.. those old Sandra Bullock movies… she needs to make more of them.

    Oh yes and I agree with the Pirates of the Carribean.. but im on team-depp.. jack sparrow! :D

  55. Lindsay November 5th, 2009 11:05 pm

    oops, I accidently e-mailed you my answer, then realized we’re supposed to comment..oh well!
    So, in 5th grade every quarter we had to do a book report, and I would spend hours creating a poster for my oral presentations. While I made these posters, I would sit on the floor of our family room and watch Freaky Friday, the newer version with Lindsay Lohan. I don’t know why this helped me work, but I would replay it over and over until my project was finished. Another is the old version of Yours, Mine, and Ours. I love the part where it shows everyone getting ready in the morning, and they have to use like, 4 dozen eggs for breakfast.

  56. Cassidy November 5th, 2009 11:49 pm

    Must not read middle of book! LoL I don’t wanna read the middle of the book yet, because I am way planning on getting this book, and I don’t wanna spoil anything! So please enter me in the contest! I would love to have this book!
    Anyway. I could watch several movies over and over. So I’ll just name a few (in no particular order). Marley & Me; Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer; Bride Wars; Evan Almighty; and Are We Done Yet.
    I love those movies = )

  57. Liana November 6th, 2009 5:04 am

    a movie i could watch over and over again…. i would be able to watch by far, pride and prejudice over and over. the reason is because not only is it so long (and i watched the new version first so weirdly i like it better) and not only is the scenery and music so amazing i could never grow bored of it. All time favourite.
    Love
    Liana

  58. Dianne November 6th, 2009 9:11 am

    The movie that hooks me EVERY time it is on is….”Happy Feet!” I just cannot resist that rhythmic little tall, cute penguin!!

  59. Jennifer November 6th, 2009 9:37 am

    Ratatouille first-cause I want to go to France, and themusic is fun. And yes, I’m going to have to put White Christmas. Usually I wait to Thanksgiving to watch it, but couldn’t wait, watched it this week!

  60. hannah November 6th, 2009 2:32 pm

    A movie that I love to watch is probably Love Comes Softly. It’s a series, but that movie is my favorite. It’s so romantic and makes me feel happy inside! :)

  61. tammy November 6th, 2009 6:04 pm

    Yay giveaway time :) Goodness thats a hard question I have so many movies that I like, but I would have to say that I could watch a movie called Ever After, its with Drew Berrymore, I love her so yeah I love that movie alot :)

  62. Jenny B. Jones November 7th, 2009 2:59 pm

    LOVE the suggestions, guys! And Maha, I LOVE LOVE LOVE While You Were Sleeping. I agree–we need sooo many more romantic comedies like that.

  63. Sam Harris November 19th, 2009 10:41 am

    A movie I could watch over and over again is Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, Madagascar 2, and the Princess Bride. Those and the Mission Impossible movies. <3
    I absolutely LOVE the Indiana Jones movies too!!!

    God Bless,

    Sam

  64. Sarah Stewart December 6th, 2009 9:59 pm

    A movie I could watch over and over and over would be “princess and the bride”. I have memorized that one.
    Me and my cousin have our breath taken away when we see Wesley’s gorgeous blue eyes… Ahhh… Supence and romance movies/books are my thing. ROUS= rodents of unusal size! alright, enough of my ranting. BYE:)

  65. zahra December 24th, 2009 10:12 pm

    a movie i would watch over and over is Mean girls. I watchedover 20 times and have most i the lines memorized. and i thought it was one of lindseys best movies.

  66. Madison January 29th, 2010 7:55 pm

    A movie I could watch a million times is the new movie To Save a Life… It’s a christian movie and it’s really impowering and makes you feel like your not living your life to the fullest!!! It’s amazing!! I could watch it EVERY night!!!!!!!

  67. Mackenzie April 13th, 2011 7:27 pm

    Mine is You Again because my fave character is in it!(:

  68. yashica October 21st, 2011 11:45 pm

    hi my name is yashica and im 11 years old and live in australia ive so far read so not happening and im so sure and can’t wait to read so over my head.I really love your books and hope you write more books since their really great.

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