are the movies that I consider to be essential additions to any
DVD collection and why.
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Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones
could I own the domain Anakin.com and not review the latest in
the Star Wars saga. Read the
Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace
agree that Episode II makes this movie a better movie. For the
enthusiasts who reach deeper into the mythology of Star Wars,
this movie was nearly perfect (yes, even despite the Gungan)
brilliant tale of an unnurtured 20 year old genius who turns the
faculty of MIT on its head and in return how a wildcard of a psychologist
finds his way in.
For Bobby Fischer
of those movies that never made it on the big screen, but is such
a rare gem that when you see it, you'll insist others see it as
well. It a story of a seven year old boy who stumbles over greatness
in chess; and how the world around him evolves to nurture his
gifts--parents, teachers, mentors...and how ultimately the key
to "the next level of genius has the boy stepping off the
manic road of specialization and allowing himself to be a kid
- a brilliant masterpiece.
I ever wanted was to sing to God. He gave me that longing, and
then made me mute. Why? Tell me that? What implant the desire,
like a lust inside my body, and then deny me the talent?"
This movie speaks volumes of the difference between genius and
mere hard work.
just another entertaining action movie and a heck of a lot better
than Spiderman. I recommended this here specifically for the idea
of the "School for Mutants". Not all of these powers
are fictional and we may be a mere generation away from mainstream
development of some of these abilities.
can't possibly say any more about this movie than what's been
said - a brilliant metaphor, and incredibly useful in various
second generation exercises.
I really hope the sequels can live up to the expectations.