My Top 300 Movies :: 196-200

196.┬áCaptain America: The Winter Soldier Everything changed in this movie for me, my feelings for Steve Rogers, the depth of relationships that exist in this particular chapter, and the unbelievable loneliness evoked in the life of a man out of time, as well as the roles of super hero and villain. This is a rough movie emotionally, dark and painful, and yet it is by far my favorite of the Marvel films, thus far. Though I have enormous love and heartache for Bucky and Steve’s story line, I was also deeply moved by the friendship between Steve and Natasha, and … Continue reading My Top 300 Movies :: 196-200

With eyes completely open :: A playlist for lovers, beginners and memories

But we’re absolute beginners :: A playlist for lovers, beginners and memories Listen here on Spotify Absolute Beginners :: Carla Bruni For Beginners :: M. Ward Waiting :: Norah Jones Back on the Chain Gang :: The Pretenders Go Easy :: Ryan Adams Simple Man :: Graham Nash I’ll Be Your Mirror :: Clem Snide Warning Sign :: Coldplay Skyway :: The Replacements Lovers in a Dangerous Time :: Barenaked Ladies Begin :: Ben Lee Hold Me Now :: Duncan Sheik Morning Song :: Jewel Danny’s Song :: Loggins and Messina The Outdoor Type :: The Lemonheads Let’s Stay Together … Continue reading With eyes completely open :: A playlist for lovers, beginners and memories

You’ve lost so much. What if I can’t make up for that? :: Beginners

4. Beginners (2010) movies seen in 2013 “We are the same” scene. Beginners Theme Suite :: Roger Neill, Dave Palmer and Brian Reitzell Unconventional love stories with flawed and very real characters are my favorite love stories. I am also quite fond of honest takes on love, friendship and family (family in a broad spectrum sense, be it genetic families or families of choice). Even if, at times, a story hits on personal pain or recognizable flaws that are hard to watch, I still find myself drawn to these stories. Beginners has all of that, and though I felt myself … Continue reading You’ve lost so much. What if I can’t make up for that? :: Beginners