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The Shack. I cried. And cried. And cried. The whole movie I kept telling myself "crying is okay, sobbing is not." It was a very impactful movie.

The Shack. I cried. And cried. And cried. The whole movie I kept telling myself "crying is okay, sobbing is not." It was a very impactful movie.

The Abyss (1989), Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, with Ed Harris, May Elizabeth Mastrantonio, and Michael Biehn. I really like this film. Tons of fun.

The Abyss (1989)

The Abyss (1989), Twentieth Century Fox Film Corp, with Ed Harris, May Elizabeth Mastrantonio, and Michael Biehn. I really like this film. Tons of fun.

When no one speaks while leaving the movie theater, just silence and the wiping of tears....you know its a great movie. (2014)

American Sniper (2014)

When no one speaks while leaving the movie theater, just silence and the wiping of tears....you know its a great movie. (2014)

One of the books I'm dying to have in my bookshelf. Great for an aspiring illustrator. I will never be as good as the illustrators from the Criterion Collection

One of the books I'm dying to have in my bookshelf. Great for an aspiring illustrator. I will never be as good as the illustrators from the Criterion Collection

talk about a fatal flaw... however, the trilogy does leave out some very important scenes, which makes boromir look like a dickbag. one has to view the director's cut version in order to truly see boromir's context.

talk about a fatal flaw... however, the trilogy does leave out some very important scenes, which makes boromir look like a dickbag. one has to view the director's cut version in order to truly see boromir's context.

I'm a big fan of war movies (although Vietnam war movies are over done) and this one took this genre and ripped it the FUCK OUT with its ultra graphic violence and Spielberg's "revolutionary" hand-held style of filming, which made this one of the most realistic and shocking war movies you'll ever see. War is hell, indeed.

Spielberg Remains One of the Most Prolific and Successful Directors

I'm a big fan of war movies (although Vietnam war movies are over done) and this one took this genre and ripped it the FUCK OUT with its ultra graphic violence and Spielberg's "revolutionary" hand-held style of filming, which made this one of the most realistic and shocking war movies you'll ever see. War is hell, indeed.

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