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17 great films you might not have seen… (+1 bonus)


In my personal opinion this is one of the finest time travelling movies around. It's smart without being overly convoluted and simple without being dumbed down. It keeps you thinking and guessing without ever making you feel like you have to stop enjoying and start working in order to keep up. The less said about the continuously surprising yet perfectly tied together plot the better. (Catch it before the inevitable Hollywood remake!) Netflix UK: Nope Netflix USA: Nope

Lars and the Real Girl

There have been few films about attractive men falling in love with dolls they find on the internet, and this is by far the best of the lot! Ryan Gosling manages to get across a whole array of different intense emotions with ease and he's a joy to watch on screen. A touching and unique film which is moving but not emotionally manipulative with a beautiful message at its core. (A film I really think many Imgur users would love) Netflix UK: Nope Netflix USA: Yarp!

The Guard

This film, written and directed by the brother of the man behind In Bruges, shares a lot with his brother's masterpiece. The pitch black humor, the alluring setting, the dark plot and the pseudo-philosophising. They are all back, but done in such a different way that you never feel like you're watching a film trying to do an impression of another. This tale of an unorthodox cop in Ireland not really caring about the drug smugglers the FBI want to bring down is well worth a viewing. (Also featuring Don Cheadle and a fair few prostitutes) Netflix UK: Nope Netflix USA: Nope

Memories of Murder

To place this film in a genre instantly makes it seem like it's nothing more than a extraordinarily outstanding mystery thriller… but it is. There is so much going on in this Zodiac-esque dark detective story that's partially based on the true events surrounding a serial killer and the police's incompetence. Characters have so many layers that you feel like you are watching real people instead of actors and there are so many subplots and debatable morals that the 1986 South Korea created by Bong Joon-ho feels so real. (Adapted from a play) Netflix UK: Nope Netflix USA: Nope


Not only one of the best debut's of all time (from Rian Johnson who went on to direct some Looper and some of the best Breaking Bad episodes) but also one of the best neo-noir detective films ever made. Whilst its dark gritty tone is firmly adult its unique take on dialogue serves as a reminder that this whole murder mystery is taking place at high school. (Has a great musical score reminiscent of Paul Thomas Anderson's There Will be Blood) Netflix UK: Nope Netflix USA: Yarp!

It's Kind of a Funny Story

Whilst Zach Galifianakis steals the show whenever he's in front of the camera in his best acting role to date (because for once he's actually acting rather than being an extension of his stand up) this is not kind of a funny story about him, but instead about a depressed 15 year old in an adult psychiatric ward who just wants to fit in. The film perfectly blends borderline laugh-out loud comedy and potentially tear jerking emotional drama without ever compromising either for the other. (This film always strikes a deep personal note with me, and watch out for the amazing piano rendition of Where Is My Mind) Netflix UK: Nope Netflix USA: Nope

The Fountain

Darren Aronofsky's (Requiem for a Dream, Black Swan) visual masterpiece is a one of a kind movie. It's near impossible to describe the plot of a style over substance movie and The Fountain is very much about its style. You could pause this film at almost any moment and frame it. In terms of visuals the closest thing to it is The Tree of Life. Although the plot is about three stories (past, present and future) of men searching for love, it's more about its religious and metaphysical themes than its plot. (If you haven't watched any of Darren Aronofsky before, you probably should before this one) Netflix UK: Nope Netflix USA: Nope


Not a commercial success, nor a critical one however don't let that fool you. It may come across as egotistical (and I'm sorry for that) but I really don't think many people got the intentional nihilism embedded at the heart of the film. Kevin Spacey plays a pothead psychiatrist who is stuck in a depressive cycle of not being able to help his patients, and he plays him with breathtaking troubled sadness. (Seriously, is Kevin Spacey ever not good in a film?) Netflix UK: Nope Netflix USA: Yarp!

The Man From Earth

Even though the film is more of a dramatised hypothetical debate about a man who could potentially never age and the implications of that than any actual plot, it still manages to tense and engaging. Characters and the point of view they personify are well written and it makes for the most educational film you can watch whilst still enjoying yourself. (Written by one of the writers behind Twilight Zone and Star Treck) Netflix UK: Nope Netflix USA: Nope

Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War

My honest to god favorite war film of all time. I can find few if any faults with it. The acting is done from the heart. The plot (the lives of two brothers during the 1950s Korean War) is as astoundingly epic in scale as it is in the minute details. The battle scenes are astonishing and the whole film itself is an experience you will never forget, that I can all but promise. Netflix UK: Nope Netflix USA: Nope

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Harry Potter actors – then and now

Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley)

Emma Watson (Hermione Granger)

Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy)

Harry Melling (Dudley Dursley)

Devon Murray (Seamus Finnigan)

Bonnie Wright (Ginny Weasley)

Katie Leung (Cho Chang)

Alfie Enoch (Dean Thomas)

Matthew Lewis (Neville Longbottom)

James and Olive Phelps (Fred and George Weasley)

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I missed school yesterday. I'm really curious as to what happened.

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