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5 Movies that Will Give You HOPE
Here are 5 movies that I hope will give you... hope!!! 5. 'Philomena' (2013) Poster for Philomena movie In 1952, Irish teenager Philomena (Judi Dench) became pregnant and was sent to a convent. When her baby, Anthony, was a toddler, the nuns took Philomena's child away from her without her approval and put him up for adoption in the United States. For the next 50 years, she desperately searched for her son. When former BBC correspondent Martin Sixsmith (Steve Coogan) learns of the story, he becomes her ally and supporter on the journey of finding the long lost son. They travel together to America to find Anthony and become unexpectedly close friends in the process. Even though the movie is based on a sad, heartbreaking story it comes across as filled with love and positivity. It shows how important is focusing on the present.
15 Best Thriller Movies
15. 'The Bone Collector' (1999) Angelina Jolie as Amelia Donaghy In The Bone Collector A quadriplegic detective (Denzel Washington) and his female partner (Angelina Jolie) try to track down a serial killer who is terrorizing New York City. Angelina Jolie brings a special energy to all the movies she works on and without a shadow of a doubt she is one of my favorite actresses. The Bone Collector gives you chills and keeps you in suspense.
10 Movies That Will Motivate You
10. 'Woman in Gold' (2015) Woman in Gold Sixty years after fleeing Vienna, Maria Altmann (Helen Mirren) attempts to reclaim family possessions that were seized by the Nazis. Among them is a famous portrait of Maria's beloved Aunt: Gustave Klimt's "Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I." With the help of young lawyer Randy (Ryan Reynolds), Maria embarks upon a lengthy legal battle to recover this painting and help other people in a similar situation, but it will not be easy because Austria considers these paintings as national treasures.
Top Five Travel Destinations
5. Berlin, Germany Berlin will always have my heart. The mix of historical, post-war monuments and modern architecture, cool spots. Berlin is one of the most famous cities in the world for a reason. If you enjoy visiting museums there are plenty to choose from: The Old National Gallery, Pergamon, The Bode Museum, The New Museum. If you don't enjoy museums—no worries, there's so much more to do in Berlin. The Brandenburg Gate, Charlottenburg Palace and Park, The Rebuilt Reichstag are classics to see. If you want to take cool pictures, and enjoy a nice and very interesting walk go to the East Side Gallery—open-air gallery. If you are interested in history, don't forget to visit Berlin Wall Memorial and Checkpoint Charlie. If you feel like watching an incredible, breathtaking performance go to the Friedrichstadt Palast, and check the repertoire. Also, don't forget to visit some cool vintage stores! Restaurants in Berlin are just so good. So, if you run out of ideas—just go and eat something out.
Top 15 Movies to Watch
15. 'Sophie's Choice' (1982) Meryl Streep is my favorite actress and she, obviously, occupies three spots on this list. Sophie's Choice is a very intimate movie, where Meryl Streep once again proves her incredible talent. Sophie's Choice is about Polish immigrant who shares a boarding house in Brooklyn with her emotionally unstable lover, Nathan (Kevin Kline) and a young writer, Stingo (Peter MacNicol).
10 Movies to Watch When You're in a Bad Mood
Films What do you do when you're in a bad mood? You watch a movie. 10. 'The Intern' (2015) Nancy Meyers directed this movie, so good vibes are assured. This uplifting story reminds us that age is just a number, and it's never too late to trust your gut and follow your passions. Ben (Robert De Niro) becomes a new senior intern at an online fashion site–a very successful company founded by Jules (Anne Hathaway).