literally about to post my fav movie list so beware
Across The Universe
Bridget Jones Diary
Dazed And Confused
Death Becomes Her
Desperately Seeking Susan
Elvira: Mistress of the Dark
Employee Of The Month
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
For A Good Time Call…
Jay And Silent Bob
Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2
Naomi And Ely’s No Kiss List
Natural Born Killers
Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure
Perks Of Being A Wallflower
Red Riding Hood
Requiem For A Dream
Rocky Horror Picture Show
Romy & Michelle’s High School Reunion
The Breakfast Club
We Need to Talk About Kevin
10 Things I Hate About You
There need to be more inspirational marching band movies. They have great potential for the inspirational sports movie plot. Just think:
A small town DCI group with a major losing streak gets a young, new, band director fresh out of college. He teaches the band to take pride in themselves and their music. Together with a bunch of his friends from college, he helps the band create a new identity for themselves and they go and melt faces with their music.
Only, before going to championships, tragedy strikes. Somebody, dies, or quits, or there’s some sort of betrayal. The band has to overcome it and become stronger as they learn how to perform with the same passion that they have when they’re happy as when they’re sad.
Another subplot could be that the band director or drum major is having trouble working up the confidence to propose to his longtime girlfriend. As the band goes on a journey of self discovery, so do they. At the very end, after winning the championship, they finally work of the courage to propose.
i always wonder about what discourse would be like in the x-men universe. like, “mutant positivity isn’t for you if you’re human passing!” and “shoutout to all the mutants with boring powers that won’t help you save the world!” and awful quotes put over pictures of mystique and people making anything deadpool says into a meme, like literally anything, and people having full on Bad Discourse over the cure can you even imagine
“The summer adventure of these eight children has drawn to an end. But… This does not mean that the Gate will stay closed forever. That’s because this is neither the beginning nor the end of the Chosen Children’s adventures. The Gate to the Digimon World will surely open once again… As long as we keep the memory of the Digimon alive within us.”
I was browsing recently added on Netflix today and LOOK:
Movies info: “When her family goes bankrupt, privileged city girl Jen Stone travels to the country to try and help a struggling pumpkin farm that her father bought as an investment to get her money back. Not everyone is on board with her changes, least of all Brett, the farm’s handsome manager. By working with what she knows best, she just might be able to turn the farm around, while also falling in love.”
I MEAN, it seems a little your typical cliche romance movies, but ALSO city girl moves to a farm, turns it into a successful business and also finds love? And its called Harvest Moon? SEEMS A LITTLE FAMILIAR???