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Explore Lists Reviews Images Update feed Categories MoviesTV ShowsMusicBooksGamesDVDs/Blu-RayPeopleArt & DesignPlacesWeb TV & PodcastsToys & CollectiblesComic Book SeriesBeautyAnimals View more categories » Added by Alabama1971 on 22 May 2010 04:58 1359885 Views 82 Comments Vote! Mind F*ck Films Add header image Choose file... or enter url: Sort by: Showing 18 items Decade: Rating: List Type: 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) Alabama1971's rating: Being John Malkovich (1999) The Butterfly Effect (2004) Donnie Darko (2001) Eraserhead (1977) Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) Fight Club (1999) Identity (2003) Inland Empire (2006) The Jacket (2005) Jacob's Ladder (1990) The Machinist (2004) Memento (2000) Mulholland Dr. (2001) November (2004) Stay (2005) Total Recall (1990) Vanilla Sky (2001) Voters of this movie list - View all These movies will mess with your mind. Added to 52 votes Listal Members With Most Over 100 Votes of Lists (645 lists) list by imanshole Published 3 days, 2 hours ago 5 comments 22 votes NaZeem

The top 25 must-see movies of 2012 - Den of Geek - StumbleUpon Update: You can now find out list of the top 25 must-see movies of 2013 here.And our 25 must-see movies of 2014 are here. As 2011 draws to a close, one eye is inevitably on the treats that are lying ahead for 2012. With that in mind, we've got our line-up of, as things stands, the 25 films that are brightest on our radar. Now, a couple of disclaimers. There are films that haven't made the cut here simply because we don't know a fat lot about them yet, or at least not enough to get us fired up. Jack The Giant Killer, Rise Of The Guardians, Red Tails, Chronicle and Dark Shadows all fit into that category. Plus there are the films that we suspect will turn out strongly, but what we've seen of them so far hasn't blown us away (Brave, Skyfall). We've also had to exclude films that have already had a release in either the UK or the US. However, that's still left us with a lot of tasty cinema. American Pie: The Reunion, though, is looking more promising. It’s got promise, this one. So far, so so.

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The Women (1939 film) The film stars Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell, Paulette Goddard, Joan Fontaine, Lucile Watson, Mary Boland, and Virginia Grey, as well as Marjorie Main and Phyllis Povah, the last two of whom reprised their stage roles from the play. Florence Nash, Ruth Hussey, Virginia Weidler, Butterfly McQueen, and Hedda Hopper also appeared in smaller roles. Fontaine was the last surviving actress with a credited role in the film; she died in 2013. The film continued the play's all-female tradition—the entire cast of more than 130 speaking roles was female. Throughout The Women, not a single male is seen — although the males are much talked about, and the central theme is the women's relationships with them. The Women follows the lives of Manhattan women, focusing in particular on Mary Haines (Norma Shearer), the cheerful, contented wife of Stephen and mother of Little Mary (Virginia Weidler). Two years pass.

Source Code Review: ★ 3½ Quality & ☺3 Rewatchability (3851 Ratings jdpink 7 days ago Fine, kind of silly. Dominique Laurion 2 months ago Interesting story, but felt it drag on a little longer than I would have liked. Devon 3 months ago I stayed curious the whole time. Griffin Maurer 3 months ago It's a unique premise held back by an overly complex plot. Mario Schievenini 4 months ago Duncan Jones suprised me again with this sci-fi film. Raymond DeMarre 4 months ago Jake Gyllenhaal in an interesting and original sci-fi, what's not to love? Zach Sly 5 months ago Pretty good take on a formula we've already seen. Barry Cochlan 7 months ago Really enjoyable, clever and keeps you hooked. Darren John 8 months ago Like moon but on a train and with more action. Sooshrut Thakur 8 months ago a gem, mind blogging, a tinge of sadness, leaves a good taste in the end georgie 8 months ago a very awesome idea & lots of twists and turns. Tavis 9 months ago I wish all movies were this clever, fun and well paced. Aulis Puri 1 year ago It's so deep you can't even see it.

Chapter 17 17.1. The problems with reading the scriptures In the meditation for April 13 in A Net of Jewels (1996), Ramesh says, "We do not really live but are being lived. In the meditation for August 9, he says, "Anyone who has truly apprehended that it is impossible for him to live independently according to his own "will power" would naturally cease having any intentions. The title of this chapter misconstrues the living dream because we as individuals are not living; we are being lived. For the purpose of ease in communication, we shall often use the active voice as though there really are individuals doing something, rather than the passive voice, which is more appropriate for describing events happening spontaneously (causelessly). "All you can do is to work for the sake of the work. Ramesh explains that the nondualistic interpretation of this verse is that nobody has the freedom to choose whether or not to work. "You have control over action alone, never over its fruits. 17.2. 17.3.

Top Ten - Top 10 Philosophical Movies Of All Time - Top 10 - - Top 10 List -... Top 10 Philosophical Movies Of All Time "I have to believe in a world outside my own mind. I have to believe that my actions still have meaning, even if I can't remember them. I have to believe that when my eyes are closed, the world's still there. Do I believe the world's still there? Is it still out there? "I don't know why he saved my life. "The trick is to combine your waking rational abilities with the infinite possibilities of your dreams. "What kind of man is he? "We must get beyond passions, like a great work of art. "I'd like to share a revelation that I've had during my time here. "Life is a state of mind . . ." "Is it so terribly inconceivable to comprehend God with one's senses? "Goodness is something to be chosen. "We're bored. © 2014 Shelf-Life Productions LLC

The Usual Suspects Review: ★ 4½ Quality & ☺4 Rewatchability (4152 Ratings Abriel Jenshus 1 month ago multiple plot twists, a very clever suspense film Jordan Feurstein 1 month ago Really sharp story with tons of unpredictable twists and turns. Spacey is great. Austin 3 months ago One of my favorite noir films, an absolute classic. Afua 4 months ago Quiteamazing, the changeinplot is greatlysurprising and helpsyouappreciate themoviefurther Pat Hatherly 4 months ago One of the best movies ever made. Michael Cole 4 months ago Having seen the ending 20 times on TV, the movie was kind of ruined but still enjoyable Nino D 5 months ago Didn't like it when I was 5, but wow what an amazing movie, Jesus J.H. Telling someone the ending to this, is just as much a wrongdoing as animal abuse. Raynier 6 months ago This film is great with a jaw dropping twist at the end. Grant davies 7 months ago Great story, great film, Brill Twist Enrico Tausz 8 months ago This movie is insane! Chelsea Foreman 8 months ago Excellent story. Jonathan Evans 8 months ago This movie left me speechless.

Symbolic Significance of Hanuman, the Most Ancient Superman Jayaram V Those who are familiar with Hinduism and the epic Ramayana know Hanuman very well. He is considered to be the greatest devotee ever born on earth. He is one of the main characters of the epic Ramayana, who played a very crucial role in the liberation of Sita and destruction of the demon king, Ravana. His surrender to the divine cause and his devotion to Lord Rama was unique, exemplary and unconditional. According to Hindu mythology, Hanuman was born to Kesari and Anjana Devi, with the blessings of Lord Siva. Hanuman was the chief minister of Sugreeva, the brother of Vali whom Rama killed in a rather controversial manner from behind a tree, instead of engaging him in a direct fight. The epic Ramayans narrates how their first encounter took place. Symbolic Significance of Lord Hanuman Lord Hanuman symbolically stands for pure devotion, complete surrender and absence of ego or the lower self. It can also expand or contracts itself at will (again like Hanuman).

The 100 Best Films Of World Cinema | 100. Night Watch | Empire | - StumbleUpon From Brazil to Japan to France and Senegal, from Neo-Realism to Dogme to J-horror, we've compiled a list of the very best films not in the English language (note: features, not documentaries). So rustle up some sushi, strike up a gauloise and make sure you've locked your bicycle as we count down the top 100 world cinema movies... 100. Night Watch Year: 2004Country: RussiaDirector: Timur Bekmambetov It's Buffy meets The Matrix meets Blade! Hollywood remake? Stream Night Watch now with Amazon Video 99. Year: 1993Country: ChinaDirector: Yuen Woo-ping It's the Robin Hood story transferred to the Ch'ing Dynasty, helmed by Yuen Woo-ping, the martial arts director that would go onto create such western fighting spectaculars such as Kill Bill and The Matrix Trilogy. Hollywood remake? Buy Iron Monkey now on Amazon 98. Year: 1985Country: JapanDirector: Akira Kurosawa Akira Kurosawa was almost blind when he directed his biggest movie, in 1989, and yet it's possibly his most beautiful. Hollywood remake?

Memento Review: ★ 4 Quality & ☺3½ Rewatchability (5467 Ratings Dyah Agustine 19 days ago Taking short-term-memory-loss to a new level. Afua 20 days ago After each scene you think you know what it's about, only to find you were only thinking.. Gavin Klein 29 days ago Confusing and boring. Jordan Feurstein 1 month ago An amazing story told in a brilliant way. Carl Wrigley 3 months ago Good, need to really watch it. Alonso rodriguez 3 months ago This is a mind-f*cking movie, you start to understand it halfway through. Nat Voisey 3 months ago Crazy. Thomas Perrone 5 months ago You need to watch to the end. Matthias Hoerzi 5 months ago Highly intelligent! Andy Eggleton 5 months ago you need to be awake - but an amazing and clever film J.H. Mind-bendingly brilliant from start to finish. Griffin Maurer 6 months ago Brilliant premise supported by great acting. Matthew Rowe 6 months ago Incredible in every respect. Lou 6 months ago It's a crazy ride. alberto marchi 6 months ago

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