If you’ve never been to a drive-in movie, you are missing out. When I was a kid, I loved everything about the drive-in. My mom would pop popcorn, and we would pack a cooler full of drinks. Then, we would pile into our Ford Pinto with lawn chairs and blankets and spend the evening watching movies under a starry sky.
I couldn’t wait for the day I could share this magical experience my own kids. The only problem is my daughters don’t like going to the movies. They would rather stream an old TV show on YouTube than watch the latest blockbuster on the big screen. Growing up watching videos on phones, tablets and portable DVD players has turned them off to the whole cinematic experience.
To make it even harder, they don’t like movies that aren’t classic musicals or have the words American Girl in the title. Good luck finding one of those playing at the drive-in. Continue reading