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Saturday
Jan282012

Movie Shout Outs - What Movie Changed How You Viewed the World?

It's Saturday, which means It's Movie Shout Out time! This week we covered two movies that really made us think and we think were made to change how people think a little bit.  So your question this week: 

What movie changed how you viewed the world?

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Let's hear it!

Reader Comments (4)

Hard to say... I think Revolver by Guy Ritchie, for it's take on the human mind, The Fountain by D.Aronofsky for it's view of love and death and finally H2G2 for life, the universe and everything else.

Coincidentally, it's also three of my favorites movies of all time...

January 28, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterGauthier

I can't think of any one movie that has changed my view of the world. It's more of an accumulation of little bits over time like, The Fountain, The Tree of Life, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, London (again), Special, The Matrix, etc.

The biggest changes to my view of the world was from stand-up comedy; Billy Connolly, Lewis Black, Cosby, Bruce, Carlin, Hicks.

January 28, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChauncey McAskill

Wristcutters is the first I think of. But it's hard to say, no movie changed it drastic.

January 28, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterStef

@Marie's 'Dead Poets Society' and @Kathleen's 'Garden State' are great picks. And @Kim_Bruning's reminder of 'Serial Experiments Lain' makes me want to rewatch that whole collection of series like 'Texhnolyze' and 'Haibane Renmei'.

January 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChauncey McAskill

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