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So, this summer has been a new experience for me. My son is really maturing and he’s not so interested in just palling-around with me anymore when we’re home. He wants to play on his LG K7 (the phone he got for his birthday) and listen to music. But I want at least a LITTLE bonding…so, I made of list of the 5 Movies You HAVE to Watch With Your Teen this Summer–just as an excuse to spend a tiny bit of our summer on the couch together like we used to.
I’m not trying to complain. I love that my boy-o is growing up. But I feel like our time is running out. There’s going to be a day soon when he’ll be too big to watch movies with his mom. Makes me cry just a little…
When I got him the LG K7 at Walmart for only $89.88 (with its Unlimited Talk, Text, & Data, for only $49.88 a month, which includes up to 10GB of 4G LTE data he can use to download app, play games or listen to music–all day long, LOL), I promised we were going have a marathon of these 5 Movies You HAVE to Watch With Your Teen this Summer…and he just ran with it.
Already, he’s downloading each of the movies on VUDU with his one free movie a month (a $7 value every month) on the Walmart Family Mobile PLUS plan–showing me how to use the Chromecast to watch them on every TV in our house. Because, you know, last summer, I was the one doing all of that for him. My baby is so big now and getting so independent! LOL!
5 Movies You HAVE to Watch With Your Teen this Summer
- The Divergent Series. Ok, not a single movie, but he DEMANDED the whole series be on the list.
- Zoolander No.2. I thought maybe this was too “old” for him. I was informed otherwise.
- Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. Because heh. Heh hehehehehehhehehe! I can’t help myself. And my son is SO EXCITED.
- Paper Towns. Just watch. My son is asking to watch it again this evening. And we’ve already watched it twice in the last couple of weeks.
- Pan. A little bit of “don’t grow-up yet” for mom.
If you pick up an LG K7, remember to get the Nano Starter Kit (which is only $19.88–which is way lower start-up cost than what I found with other prepaid carriers). And remember, the “on button” is on the back, under the camera. We had a little trouble with that on day one. LOL!
Do you have any movies you’d add to our list? Leave me a comment below and let me know! I’d love to hear from you! And don’t forget to check-out the Walmart Family Mobile PLUS plan–it’s a great way to give a teen a little responsibility and kill all those data-overage arguments. That way you can bond over movies instead of being mad at each other. LOL!
Disclaimer: All prices for phones and plans included in this post are accurate as of the date of posting; however, these prices are subject to change. Please refer to http://cbi.as/3edbv or your local Walmart for current pricing.