Ray Peterson and his neighbours grow very curious to who the new comers in the estate are, convincing themselves that they are part of a murderous satanic cult!
Ariel is a mermaid and is not at all happy with her life under the sea, collecting things that have ended up in the sea from the land. She is fascinated with the people much to the displeasure of her father Triton.
James Bond goes rogue (maybe the world wasn’t ready for that?) as it was very personal as his best friend and his bride were brutally killed on their wedding day.
This is without a doubt still one of the smartest and best romantic comedy films around. Harry and Sally met one night and over time became friends and even learnt to love one another.
When English teacher John Keating arrives for the new school year he would teach a group of boys not only a love for poetry but for life as well, carpe diem … seize the day!
The biography of Ron Kovic. Paralyzed in the Vietnam war, he becomes an anti-war and pro-human rights political activist after feeling betrayed by the country he fought for.
This is definatly one of those movies that you feel like you know before you have even seen it. I felt that way about this movie, with the whole “In Your Eyes” stereo holding scene. That is a very lovely moment in this movie, but there is a lot more too it than that scene. It is about growing up, falling in love for the first time, making decisions and finding out people (or the world) is not exactly what you thought they were or is.
Build it and he will come
Yes, I am a massive Kevin Costner fan and I eventually got to watch this movie last night and found it so lovely and inspiring. Inspiring in the way of trying to encourage everyone to take chances on having their dreams come true, rather than regret not trying in years to come. So its kinda you should live for the moment and do everything you can to be happy.