Q
Hi, I was wondering if you know of any movies like "Getting That Girl" where it's like Not Rated and really explicit but not straight up porn lol thanks
Anonymous
A

I haven’t watched either of those films which means you are recommending two interesting movies to me. Thank you :). I am not sure if this helps but The Inbetweeners is a pretty good movie. I must warn you that it does contain some nudity, so if you want to avoid that sort of thing maybe it’s not the movie for you. It is however an entertaining movie aside from that.


Scenic route

image

Mitchel and Carter are two old friends who decided to take a road trip to rekindle their old bond. Once the road trip reaches the half mark they have no idea that their lives and their friendship is going to be put to the test. The desolation takes over their nerves when they realize that they are stuck in the middle of the desert and their food and water is about to run out. Without any phone connections, and the nearest town more than 60 miles away they begin to think that their life might end in the desert.

This movie is surprisingly good but it’s not for the impatient viewer. It does involve a lot of talking but both actors did a good job portraying the emotions of two people stuck in the desert. It also leaves you thinking like “what just happened”.


The ice bucket challenge….I didn’t do it but I donated. My grandmother passed away from ALS and it does suck. Your muscles start paralyzing and it is extremely painful. If you guys are doing the ice bucket challenge please donate.


Q
Any movie suggestions on teen romance? I love highschool movies, the ones u can relate to. Thankssss
Anonymous
A

I never related to most high school films because they just involve lots of sex, drugs and parties. To me high school was not all about popularity and peer pressure. It was a hard coming of age time but it wasn’t painted as bad as other people make it out to be. Good high school movies would be any 80’s film like the Breakfast Club, Just one of the guys, Can’t buy me love, Say anything. Even though this is more of a college movie Safety not guaranteed, it depicts what it is like to get out of high school and being unsure of what you want. Even though Clueless is kind of sketchy and predictable you could still relate to being kind of clueless in high school like Cher. I know I’ve recommended this a hundred times but Stuck in Love. Also Ghost world is a good after high school film. The sure thing is more of a college movie but it’s actually a good film and it stars a young John Cusack. Also it’s kind of a funny story is also good. I don’t know if this helps a lot but this is coming from a person who prefers their high school movies like 10 things I hate about you.


Q
Silence of the Lambs, am I right? ;)
A

I’m sorry I haven’t been updating as much. I’m doing some really hard classes getting ready to transfer. But I will be back soon :*). Silence of the Lambs is a great movie by the way :)


Q
You're blog deserves more views
Anonymous
A

Thank you anonymous :) I’m happy just helping anyone find a good movie to watch. I made this blog a while back and I only had one follower, and even if I still had just one follower; I would keep it up. Watching movies is a hobby of mine. Thanks for following me though, I appreciate every movie lover on my blog.


See Girl Run

image

image

This is the story of Emmie (Robin Tunney), a woman who isn’t as happily married as she thought she would be. After looking back at old letters and pictures, she makes a spur-of-the-moment decision to visit her small hometown in Maine to reconnect with an old boyfriend ( Adam Scott), with whom she had never officially broken up with after moving away.

What follows is more of a familial drama than a romantic one, although there are relationship themes sprinkled throughout, and the story tends to focus more on the negative aspects of life than I would have expected from a romance movie but it is definitely a well done indie film. See Girl Run is a slow burner film and the less patient viewer will get bored by the tone and minimal action. But the more cerebral viewer or anyone who has been in Emmie’s position will be able to relate to the movie’s message.


World’s Greatest Dad

image

image

A struggling writer Lance (robin Williams) lives with his son Kyle a kid who is obsessed with porn and is extremely perverted. Kyle goes to a private school where his dad Lance teaches a poetry class. The poetry class isn’t very popular and Lance has to persuade students to sign up. Lance loves his son but doesn’t know how to connect with him.

Lance’s life is getting more difficult everyday as he stays in a struggling relationship and he struggles to maintain his students interest. Things get really bad when Lance receives a tragic blow. From this tragedy comes an opportunity for Lance to make things right.

It seems like in the film “World’s Greatest Dad”, Robin could act more like himself. He cut the comedy act and played serious. He plays this broken down man, which he played very well. And the reason he was able play this character so well, was because he could show the world, how he was truly feeling. Now everyone finally understands why his role in this film was so convincing.

"I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up alone, it’s not. The worst thing in life is ending up with people who make you feel alone"

-World’s Greatest Dad


 Rip Robin Williams the world will miss you :*(


Mean Creek

image

image

Sam  and two of his older brothers friends have tricked the local bully “George” into joining them on a boating trip/ birthday trip. They have planned to trick him into taking off his clothes and making him run home naked. Sam decides to invite his crush “Millie” to join, thinking she will enjoy the fun.  Although Millie doesn’t discover the groups plan until after she’s already there. Once she discovers their true intentions she tries to convince Sam and his brothers friends to stop the trick. After spending the day with George, Sam has discovered that even though George is a jerk, he acts like this because he has never had any real friends and he also has a learning disorder.

This film is so well acted that the characters go from being kids to adults in the transition of this film. The story is believable and you actually end up feeling sorry for each character. For such a kid-filled movie, this is a grown-up story. If you haven’t watched this film give it a try.