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12 Monkeys: Surprised no one’s mentioned this. It’s a time travel/apocalypse movie, incredibly well-done. Bruce Willis plays a prisoner/survivor sent back in time on various missions to identify what wiped out most of mankind. He starts questioning his sanity and purpose throughout.
Seven Years in Tibet: Journey of a man from selfish, glory-seeker to introspective, surrogate father. The true story of an Austrian mountain climber stranded in Tibet during WWII who ends up as a tutor to the Dalai Lama.
Rounders: Story of a bad friendship and the struggle to escape it and become independent. Plus it’s about poker, so that’s awesome.
Madness of King George: George III went temporarily insane during his reign, and this covers both his unorthodox medical treatment and the political maneuverings I enjoyed it because you see both sides of all the major characters, a real reflection that no person is a single character.
Chasing Amy: Ostensibly an indie rom-com, this is the story of a guy who falls in love with a girl and their conflicting approaches to their relationship. Ben Affleck’s character drives toward a more traditional approach, while Joey Adams’ character is not seeking change. Given the writer/director is Kevin Smith it is far from standard fare and opened my eyes a bit towards the individuality of sexuality.
High Fidelity: Similar to Chasing Amy, a story of a man’s struggle with his relationship.
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