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!
movies. It has it all, all in taste - family togetherness, family brokenness, marriage, divorce, babies, kids, teens, adults, animal love, animals bred for food, birth of human, birth of animal, custody arrangements, domestic violence, city life, country life, Christians judging...
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...
directed by Woody Allen
With Mia Farrow, Jeff Daniels, Danny Aiello
This movie was an incredible thing, first the plot is a crazy utopic and funny idea. I'm not a huge fan from Woody Allen, but this movie is so touching.
Needless to say I could relate to...
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...
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 question my life or inspires me to make some sort of changes to it. My suggestions:
The perks of being a wallflower (Also a novel)
Little miss sunshine (Very funny)
The fault in our stars (a novel also)
The lovely bones
The Bishop's Wife, Cary Grant.
The Keys Of The Kingdom, Gregory Peck.
Pride Of The Marines, John Garfield.
Goodbye Mr. Chips, Robert Donat.
Awakenings, Robin Williams.
A Bronx Tale, Robert De Niro.
Saving Private Ryan, Tom Hanks.
The Inn Of The Sixth Happiness...
...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!
The art of losing isn’t hard to master;
so many things seem filled with the intent
to be lost that their loss is no disaster.
Lose something every day. Accept the fluster
of lost door keys, the hour badly spent.
The art of losing isn’t hard to master.
There are two sides to every story. Don't judge based on what you think you know.
2. Often times people we see as evil are more likely very wounded and in need of our compassion rather than our disdain.
3. It's good to be understanding to a person reacting negatively due to...
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...
and ever since I been on a Grind to succeed and live and be Happy with what I do ! I believe we all sometimes just need that push that one thing like watching a film or even hearing a speech to set are minds on the right track ! So after I heard her story I prayed instantly for...
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...
because I realized what good does it do me to watch movies with nothing but bad and evil and corrupt stuff in it. Its like the saying you are what you eat meaning your skin/body. But your mind is what you place in it and soon enough thoughts start to play out what you think...
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...
How much does your life weigh? Imagine for a second that you're carrying a backpack. I want you to pack it with all the stuff that you have in your life... you start with the little things. The shelves, the drawers, the knickknacks, then you start adding larger stuff. Clothes...
Now we all have a great need for acceptance, but you must trust that your beliefs are unique, your own, even though others may think them odd or unpopular, even though the herd may go, "that's baaaaad." Robert Frost said, "Two roads diverged in the wood and I, I took the one less...
life. The scene of the school dance in the Disney series Girl Meets World where Cory Matthews dances the father-daughter dance not with his daughter Riley but with her best friend Maya to me is the best scene I have seen in TV.
You have to know the back story to know why it is...
Billy Hicks, Wendy Beamish, Leslie Hunter, Kevin Dolenz, Jules Van Patten and Alec Newberry are up to these days.
"Growing up, you don't see the writing on the wall ... Passin' by, moving straight ahead you knew it all ..."
and make you question why. Or films that make a subtle commentary on society.
Sometimes, I can watch a film that I haven't seen for many years, since adolescence and realise that when I first watched it, I had no idea what it was really about.
and Scarlet Johansson is a film that i watched a million times. It's a simple story about loneliness and how two people get connected with each other because they're sharing the same issue. I think the fact I'm a lonely person made the film affect me in a way most films don't.