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Has a movie ever changed the way you think about life? If so what movie and why?  Discuss

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Yes. The Phantom Menace made me reconsider my position on murder, something I was previously opposed to on moral grounds.

Forrest Gump made me really attracted to slutty women. I swear, I dated a girl just like Jenny--but without the AIDS.

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Yes. After watching The American (George Clooney), I really considered ending my own life.

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Yes, I feel sorry for the girls who look like they're not into the porno they're making.

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But, on a more serious note:

The movie "Boys Don't Cry" opened my eyes. Same with "Philadelphia". I had some fucked up views about certain people before those films. It's always good when a movie can take you to an unfamiliar world and make you understand what people are going through.

There are others. I just can't think of them right now.

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Nineteen Eighty Four changed my ideas on how bad things could possibly be.

Con Air made me consider putting the bunny back in the box.

Whenever I watch "Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain" I'm always reminded to appreciate the little things in life.

"Biccentenial Man" made me reconsider what is to be human.

It's really a masterpiece, I recomment it to everyone.


Lord of the Rings. Every time someone is passing by me it makes me think of randomly shouting in their face "YOU SHALL NOT PASS!"