Movies affected my life

I can hear the words coming from their mouths.
Louder and louder.
Don’t do it!
Don’t waste your time.
Get up, work on your dreams!

Watching movies is a waste of time. It’s useless!
The only profit anybody gets is the ones making them.

And you? Nothing!

Dear Lords, I might be crazy, but I don’t agree with your words.
I don’t agree with your opinion, because it’s the same as with an onion.

Some people consider it as a regular vegetable, but others consider it a miracle.

Watching films is a reward for my hard work.
It is not an excuse to postpone my work.

Some movies give me a reason to laugh.
Some movies give me a reason to cry.
Some movies give me a reason to fly.

In this list I share masterpieces, deep masterpieces like a handcrafted knife, that
forced me to think about the way I’m living my life.















Green Book











Harry Potter

























The Shawshank Redemption











Avicii: True Stories














Into the Wild


























A Thousand Miles Behind











Only the Brave























8 Mile














Forrest Gump











Rising Phoenix











I Am Ali











The Bucket List























The Last Samurai














The Pursuit of Happyness





















Catch Me If You Can










Conor McGregor: Notorious










Everything, Everything










Never Look Away














I Am Paul Walker














Never Back Down












A Thousand Words










I Am Bolt









Rebel in the Rye












The World’s Fastest Indian











Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story














Brad’s Status
































The Last Dance


Through My Father’s Eyes












A Dog’s Purpose











Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie

Gran Torino


PS: I watch movies as a reward, I did something. I don’t watch movies just to
do something, because I don’t know what I should do.