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What's your life-changing movie? watch

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    The movie that's changed my life is Scary Movie as it has shown me that humour can come from anywhere.

    For example clingfilm over a toilet seat or stuck to a doorway, animals saying human phrases and unexpected shocks making people jump.

    This has also led to me being dark and twisted, but enough about me...

    What's your life-changing movie?
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    Death note
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    Forrest Gump
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    Glitter
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    The Fault in Our Stars.
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    Cinderella and Pretty Woman. Cinderella was one of my favourite movies as a kid. Pretty Woman took over after I first watched it when I was 15. They both basically have the same story - girl has **** life, amazing guy comes in, **** happens and girl loses guy, guy later comes back to save girl from **** life. I just realised that that's EXACTLY the story between me and my current boyfriend. :eek: Life really is like a movie! Now I just have to wait and see if I get a happy ending.

    Anyway, I blame both movies for making me so dependent on relationships to get me away from my **** life. Since I was a kid I believed some kind of Prince Charming would come and save me. ****ing fairy tales. :rant:
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    300.

    I think it inspired every man.
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    OldBoy


    Edit: Chan Wook Parks Original (2003) may I add, obviously.
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    The pursuit of happiness and the theory of everything
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    (Original post by Vixen47)
    Cinderella and Pretty Woman. Cinderella was one of my favourite movies as a kid. Pretty Woman took over after I first watched it when I was 15. They both basically have the same story - girl has **** life, amazing guy comes in, **** happens and girl loses guy, guy later comes back to save girl from **** life. I just realised that that's EXACTLY the story between me and my current boyfriend. :eek: Life really is like a movie! Now I just have to wait and see if I get a happy ending.

    Anyway, I blame both movies for making me so dependent on relationships to get me away from my **** life. Since I was a kid I believed some kind of Prince Charming would come and save me. ****ing fairy tales. :rant:
    Heh, that's also the story between me and my girlfriend. I like to think the outcome is good.
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    (Original post by Groot)
    The Fault in Our Stars.
    As great as that movie is, why/how did/will it change your life?
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    Pursuit of happiness and the untouchables
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    (Original post by errorinfinity)
    Pursuit of happiness and the untouchables
    What is it about The Untouchables that's life-changing to you?
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    Braveheart
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    Mr Nobody
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    karate kid.
    it taught me that life will knock you down but u have to get back up.
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    (Original post by sharin22)
    karate kid.
    it taught me that life will knock you down but u have to get back up.
    That's a good lesson to learn. I was never too keen on the films though.
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    (Original post by MorraFoinix)
    As great as that movie is, why/how did/will it change your life?
    To stop worrying so much about the future and enjoy the present. That's a life-changer for me.
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    Make myself out to be a cinema snob and almost embarrassed to admit "The Bucket List" was quite life changing for me. I know - but it does have Morgan Freeman in it so how's that for a cliché?! In any case not so much the film but the concept
 
 
 
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