Films.

Scarface: The perfect example of rising from the bottom and getting to the top. Even better, the soundtrack is awesome! If you hate 80s music, beware, but I think it was the best decade of music so I loved the film even more. I always listen to Tony’s Theme when a character is about to be killed in one of my book’s. It just suits the mood so perfectly. A final reason I love this film is because of the ending. I HATE when endings finish so perfectly, which is why my books will never guarantee a happy ending, so this film was refreshing.

Pirates of the Caribbean- Curse of the Black Pearl: Jack Sparrow. I don’t need to say anymore.

The Big Blue: This film was so good. I’d never heard of it before, but I LOVE the ocean so I decided to give it a chance. It’s about a deep sea diver who keeps breaking records by staying underwater for longer than anyone else in the world. Knowing that people have died in the past doing this, it was a tense film to watch. Another ending that wasn’t typically fairytale.

Kung Pow- Enter the Fist: This could be one of the funniest films I have ever seen before in my life. A director took an old Japanese/Chinese film and stuck his head on the chracters bodies and did voice overs. He changed the entire film into his own version and it’s brilliant. Audiences didn’t agree and the film tanked and on the internet it’s reviews are like Marmite: You either love it or hate it.

The Kingfisher: A radio host says the wrong thing to a caller who goes out and kills people in a restaurant. It was very funny (Robin Williams is in it), very sad and a little scary.

Fearless: Apparently this film tanked HARD and it’s such a shame. I’d never heard of it before so I gave it a chance. It was so sad. A guy is on a plane that’s about to crash, but when everyone else is screaming and crying, he sits down and says “I am not afraid…”. He knows that death is coming, but he’s not afraid. The rest of the film shows him living his life “fearless”.

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