A group for all those who see a movie they like, know why and really want to share and have others feel the same as they did, films that make you feel, happy, sad angry or pumped just share!
real magic in the world, right?"
"What do you mean?"
"You know, like elves and stuff. People just made that up."
"Oh, I don't know. I mean, what makes you think that elves are any more magical than something like a whale? You know what I mean? What if I told you a story about...
...Saw this film and I remembered it again.I am building a dream at the present time after a nightmare in the past and I wish someone there...in my future!Well, a woman can dream..and hope for the best!
.. It makes me realize that no matter how rotten the situation is, something good will come out of it... No matter how down I felt these past few days, the end was just the beginning... I am more ready to get on this roller coaster ride, called LIFE!
We are all slaves.
Me has trouble accepting that.
And thinks to leave earth.
But then a pal texts me.
And me remembers.
Pals who left earth.
And the pain me felt
And was blessed
Who are too nice
To have such pain
Given by me.
So me picks...
Things we have learned from movies...
1. Large, loft-style apartments in New York City are well within the price range of most people whether they are employed or not.
2. At least one of a pair of identical twins is born evil.
3. Should you decide to defuse a bomb, don't...
It's amazing but at the same time heartbreaking, about siblings searching for their brother who was taken from their mother during the Middle eastern conflict & Lebanon civil war. I was emotionally drained afterwards but it's so unforgettable and special.
the richness of thought to be found in this Lars von Trier film. I'm thinking specifically about the guy in it who's in need of an illustration, he's pondering the need of this, for his vocation in the town is to teach, he's like a preacher after the death of god. And then a dog...
If I would have to pick 3 movies that made me really think about life and also about society and the world we live in I would pick;The Wave/Die Welle who is a film based on Ron Jone's social experiment called The Third Wave. It's really both scary and interesting, read for...
I'm watching it now. I've seen it at least fifty times (no exaggeration) and it seems to hit a bit closer to home each time I watch it. It's one of those films that I consider to be a friend. I think we all feel that way about at least one or two. You can almost put yourself...
that totally changed my perspective about life..
Into the wild: realised how life is not just about material possessions and being stable/settled in life and how important it is to be free spirited.
FightClub: How consumerism is eating away our dreams and spirit to conquer...
a French film about a 30 ish single woman who took up with a 13 year old boy. It was very naturalistic and showed the ambiguities of relationships and people's personal wants and insecurities and needs. It had a very ambiguous ending and seemed very real as if the filmmaker...
I just finished watching this and can I just say what a great film this was. It had me in tears at the end and i think this was because it made me reflect on my own life. It was an amazing film with an awesome story line. If you haven't seen this yet then I don't know what you...
that make me think about life or get me feeling some kid of thing.
- American sniper
- In the land of blood and honey
- Blue valentine
- Anne Frank: the whole story (mini series)
- Take this waltz
- Vanilla sky...
I saw this movie 50 First Dates and it is personal for me. Drew Barrymore's character has short-term memory but it lasts a whole day. But when the new day comes, she doesn't remember the previous day. It reminded me of my ex-roommate.
She had short-term memory and it was...
for just this reason. I think sometimes about materialism as a sickness, an epidemic that no one seems to be able to break free from. We all sit in public places whilst staring into our phones and all I'm thinking is that I'm looking up into a void of humanity, I only see robots...
starring Tom Hanks, Sally Field, and Gary Sinese.
I saw this movie on my 30'th birthday-Thursday, March
I was truly inspired by the story of the title character; and how he-despite daunting physical and mental challenges-accomplishes & achieves great things...