Best movies house post of 2012 on my blog this year. The best movies houses of 2012 were Letters To Juliet, Life As We Know It Movie House, and The Houses From “The Help” but, the best movies house that I enjoyed doing this year was the “UP” Movie House. And, “Cheaper By The Dozen” Movie Houses was one of the most popular posts of 2012 so it should be included as best movies house too. There are other movie houses that should be in today’s houses of 2012 line up too like the Home Alone Movie House, but to keep this short, I am listing only a few. So then, here are the best movies houses for a look back at 2012.
BEST MOVIES HOUSES OF 2012
Letters To Juliet: Sophie: “I think it’s a story worth telling.” It’s a romantic, drama movie to enjoy while getting your Tuscan taste buds wet.
Life As We Know It movie house is in Atlanta, Georgia. The movie was filmed here, and there were sets made for the interior shots for the movie. Its one of the most memorable homes from a movie. Colonial in style and on a beautiful piece of property. Gimme it.
The Houses From “The Help”: “You is kind…you is smart…you is important”
“UP” Movie House: “Adventure is out there!” This post is about a real life cartoon house that was built and also is about a real house that was built that flies complete with balloons.
“Cheaper By The Dozen” Movies Houses: This fun-filled, heart warming film is about the Baker family with 12 children. That’s a family of 14 counting mom and dad, plus a dog and one trouble-hopping frog. I come from a family of 8, counting mom and dad, so that’s 10. In our family we had dogs, cats, a bird, turtles, a raccoon, and lots of trouble with snakes. I relate to this story on many levels.
I hope you enjoyed this look back at 2012 of some of my best movies houses and favorite movie house. There are many more movie houses I am looking forward to doing in 2013. I am not only a house-junkie nut, but I am also a movie buff and movie house-junkie too, as you probably guessed if you are a frequent visitor, and if you’re not, I hope 2013 will be the year you visit more often. I would love that.