15 Movie Metaphors for Blogging

Like good blogs, strong margaritas, and celebrities with saddlebags; movies are one of my favorite things. 

When blogging gives me the twitch-eye (as it so often does), I like to step away from my small screen in favor of the big screen.

As a devout blog writer and follower, you already know how blog themes span the realm of cinematic genres. If art imitates life; movies can most certainly imitate blogs. 

I took it upon myself to mash up movies and blogging to create a list of 15 movies that serve as metaphors for blogging. Take a look, share your thoughts, and be sure to let me know any I missed!

  • Mean Girls 1 of 15
    Mean Girls
    Yeah, I went there. This one goes out to the trolls.
    Get it from Amazon, $8.99
  • Public Enemies 2 of 15
    Public Enemies
    Yeah, haters be hatin'. It's easy to feel like Public Enemy #1 sometimes.
    Get it from Amazon, $6.75
  • Spy Kids 3 of 15
    Spy Kids
    Maybe your kids read your blog (um, yikes), or maybe your kids are guilty of kid creep. Either way, your kids are always there (and they know things).
    Get it from Amazon, $8.99
  • In Her Shoes 4 of 15
    In Her Shoes
    You may never know what it feels like to walk a mile in her stilettos but reading her blog is a great place to start.
    Get it from Amazon, $8.99
  • The Kids Are All Right 5 of 15
    The Kids Are All Right
    Our blog children are growing up in a brave new world. Like the rest of my mom bloggers, I'm trusting no harm, no foul.
    Get it from Amazon, $12.14
  • Lost in Translation 6 of 15
    Lost in Translation
    Ever write a post that was completely misunderstood? Yeah, me too.
    Get it from Amazon, $4.62
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly 7 of 15
    The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
    You've seen it all as a blogger; high highs, low lows, and that listless spot in between.
    Get it from Amazon, $11.28
  • Reality Bites 8 of 15
    Reality Bites
    Reality does bite...and makes for seriously awesome blog fodder. Oh yeah, Hawke in his hot grungy prime isn't too shabby either.
    Get it from Amazon, $6.49
  • Steel Magnolias 9 of 15
    Steel Magnolias
    I never realized just how strong and awesome my fellow women were until I started blogging. Each one of us has a story worth sharing.
    Get it from Amazon, $4.99
  • How to Lose Friends & Alienate People 10 of 15
    How to Lose Friends & Alienate People
    Be careful what you share. Be careful who you tag. Be careful not to be the only person looking good in the picture.
    Get it from Amazon, $10.19
  • Stranger Than Fiction 11 of 15
    Stranger Than Fiction
    Bloggers know better than anybody that you can't make this stuff up. Real life makes for the very best blog posts.
    Get it from Amazon, $6.76
  • Adaptation. 12 of 15
    An all too common scenario for a blogger: Sharing a story others don't remember that way. To that I say, "Start your own blog."
    Get it from Amazon, $7.31
  • Almost Famous 13 of 15
    Almost Famous
    I think being almost famous is way better than being actually famous any day of the week (says the non-famous blogger).
    Get it from Amazon, $10.70
  • The Brave One 14 of 15
    The Brave One
    Pretend for a moment that Jodie Foster is yielding a laptop instead of a gun. Fierce, no? It takes courage to blog your brave truth.
    Get it from Amazon, $4.49
  • I Don’t Know How She Does It 15 of 15
    I Don't Know How She Does It
    This title is dedicated to those crafty souls on Pinterest. I don't know how she does either.
    Get it from Amazon, $14.85

If you love the fun of movie metaphors, be sure to check out 11 Movie Metaphors for Parenting (because I wrote that one too and I asked really nicely).

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