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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.
and right after jotted this down:
"What I got from this movie is that life is meaningless and that everything is connected. It's all very intriguing. We just exist to move forward until we recycle back into everything else. Which also just exists to exist. But the only thing...
when it's a Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg movie, and that is exactly what Bridges Of Spies delivers. Be it the story, acting, screenplay, dialogs, casting, editing or the background music score, it is all spot on! Tom Hanks is as always brilliant but watch out...
based on a true story, 3 Australian Aboriginal girls were forcefully taken away from their families to apparently "civilize them." Reminded me of all the injustices that's been done to People Of Color throughout the world. Makes you seriously realize that in literally every...
Want to make videos or play games/sports/physical activities? Got 2 free groups on FB (can be on other sites w/ groups) forming. Share this post? (Reference my profile link here to answer questions & give links). Both need hosts & invite members. FILM CLUB: no budget, indie...
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...
.. 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!
there was a cease fire between two armies during World War 1. They met each other in no mans land, sharing gifts and playing sports.
This is one of the very few commercials that are worth watching.
makes you think! Like you could have all the power in the world doing whatever you want but with every power action that you do has consequences even if you tried to be nice and had good intentions the outcome could be bad! I also realise that even having powers to do whatever...
I can see how the title might be misleading and have judgmental others think it is a mega-romantic movie when it isn't that at all.
The first part of the movie is extremely slow and many might say boring with caps, but if you do not watch it and pay attention to it, I will...
I realized I had missed a lot of good movies this year.. So since then, I have been playing catch up. I highly recommend the following:
The big short - this one pissed me off at how ******* awful the banking industry is.
I am still watching.. All very...
it was silly, and kind of ridiculous but I felt so alive afterwards. why? I don't know! I just felt like the victory the characters accomplished in the end was so inspirational, even if it was just a silly animation. I love movies, I love stories. I love how movies you never...
you fight. You breathe. Keep breathing. When there is a storm. And you stand in front of a tree. If you look at its branches, you swear it will fall. But if you watch the trunk, you will see its stability. The Revenant
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...
It's not only the excellent comedy in it but the realizations all throughout the movie about how people treat someone they think is weird, or different, or an "idiot." I realized that yes, we can all be choosy and we have the freedom to choose who we hang out with, but at least...
that feature courage from handicapped beings and their loved ones:
Wild Hearts Can't Be Broken
Going To The Mat
Miracle In Lane Two
Follow The Stars Home
A Smile As Big As The Moon
Front Of The Class
The Long Shot (the horse is blind in this one)
After The Fall
Marathons which really made me think about people who engaged in ultra athletic activities. This is basically about five marathons run back to back over incredible terrain. It is so imposing that in 25 years only 10 runners have finished the course. What kind of people would do...
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...
i'm gonna tell you this story(it took for an hour to write this hahaha)
If you have little time,stay here and keep reading to the last.
This fourty years old guy lost his job about a year ago and more.
Relationship with his wife are getting worse and worse everyday...
Perks of being a wallflower
The great gatsby
Another girl on the IRT
Blue is the warmest color
The white bird in a blizzard
The lovely bones
Alice and wonderland
Paper towns (I guess)
10 things I hate about you
The diary of a teenage...
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...
This film reminds me of the last holiday. I'm not going to wait to live my life I will even do the small things people think not to do because they can do it any time they want. What's one thing that is on your bucket list?
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...
Normally films about survival bore me but even the long scenes of Leonardo Di Caprio dragging his own body around was engrossing. The best bit was how the revenge for his son made it emotional & the entire film itself was just beautiful to look at. I'm wondering if I'll ever...