Have you ever watched a movie that changed the way you see life?
What Guys Said 23
Unknown Soldier (about the continuation war between Finland and Soviet Union), it made me think about my grandpa in a new way.
It's kind of a funny story, it put things in perspective
Fight club definitely changes the way I see life.
The universe of this movie shows how bad can the world be.
And it also teaches me, that you don't need to be happy to keep trying, you don't need a promise, or even eat for something good in the end. It teaches me the negative side of determination, and a dark way to keep fighting.
I don't usually use it, but sometimes, seeing the dark side helps me to keep going
-Bioshock for it's focus on philosophical discussions.
-Assassains Creed Black Flag because I empathized with the main character.
-Far Cry 3 for showing me madness is a natural human instinct, and should be embraced rather than shunned.
-Hellsing for it's animation
Set it off with Queen Latifah
Sometimes all the money in the world isn't worth the trouble you gotta do to get it
Ghostbusters. Now I sleep above my covers... FOUR FEET above my covers...
Blues Brothers. Now that's how I drive every day...
All Star Wars and Kung Fu Panda movies. No explanation necessary.
Loved perks of being a wallflower but there are only 2 books that have changed my life and they were Catcher in the Rye and All the Bright Places
Most movies suck and the ones that don't usually have no meaning, so no
A beautiful Mind - Russel Crowe
Ghost and the darkness
Both true stories !! Amazing
Gods not dead and Ghost in a shell
Yep black hawk down
Plenty in my childhood.
Yeah some movies can change ones attitude
Actually porn has changed my life
Yeah I was suicidal after watching it
Fight club. Cloud atlas.
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What Girls Said 16
I've had a few movies affect me emotionally, but only two movies have ever made me undergo a personal philosophy change: The Green Mile and Fight Club.
I don't connect at an emotional level with my movies but I really enjoyed departures and mona lisa smile. Departures made me realize that not all hard working people are religious and mona lisa smile made me realize that there is beauty and honour in having goals.
Dead Poets Society with Robin Williams. It shaped a lot of my early interest in literature as a child, influenced my obsession with writers like Henry David Thoreau and Walt Whitman, and most importantly opened my eyes to the mindset of seizing the day through the Latin phrase carpe diem. That was a phrase I quickly adopted as my motto, and it has been for roughly the past four years.
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Not that comes to mind, but I’ve probably taken a few ideas from some. I guess I approach my court cases like “Thank You for Smoking.” I don’t have to prove I’m right. If I prove your wrong, it automatically makes me right. Not always true, but in a criminal defense context where the burden of proof is on the state, it’s reasonably effective.
Yes, I saw The Shack and it changed my life and even healed me of so much trauma I'd experienced before.
If documentaries count, 13th. If not, then 12 Years a Slave or Detroit. All must-see films.
All movies change me in some kind of way because all of them give me knowledge
The good will hunting and fight club are one of my favorite life charging movies
When I was really little I watched watership down and that's how I learnt about death.
I would have to say The Boy in the Striped Pajamas. That movie was crazy sad!
I do with all do movies I watch.
Yes. 3 idiots.
Korean dramas/movies , definitely does for me.
No i didn't
Probably. But can't think of any at the moment
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