When David Dunn is the only survivor of a train crash everything he knew about his life is about to change. Especially when he meets Elijah Price.
Will is an ageing playboy whose world is flipped upside down when he meets Charlotte a young woman who is terminally ill.
When Vianne and her daughter move into a small French village and open a chocolate shop, you won’t believe how much it affects the town and the people struggling to resist the temptation.
Rob (John Cusack) is a record store owner who is currently going through a break up. He finds this very difficult and looks back at his top five break ups. Trying to figure out if it is all down to him, or not.
This film is a British film about a school football team in Manchester and how if they get to the final of the school’s cup they get to play at Maine Road (Man City’s old ground now). The story follows Jimmy Grimble who loves City and football but lacks a lot of confidence and is constantly bullied by the other boys on the team. He becomes friends with an old woman who gives him “magic” boots.
Third part of the countdown of my top 50 films of the decade . . .
This film shows how bad drug addictions can be and how the people suffering from them have no power to stop, even though the four people this is happening to in the film are all very ambitious and want certain things out of life. But with drug addictions spiralling out of control can they really reach their dreams?
This is the start of my count down of the 50 best films of the decade . . .
I still see this as one of my favorite comedies and cannot believe it is now 9 years old, it really does not seem like it came out that long ago!