Irish (OV) - 3 Films You Must See

With the increase of media and the constant ease of watching new films or new programmes means its a lot easier to take advantage of that.  I either watch nothing for a month of binge watch an entire season in a day.  No in-between. With a low concentration span watching films is a lot better with the lesser chance of getting bored.  So heres my 3 favourite movies that I can't ever get bored of, in no particular order:

Number 1 is probably one of the best in a lot of people eyes, one I watched years ago and still to this day (while knowing most of it word for word) I cry with laughter at.  I  think it is impossible to not love it.  This film is 'Shaun Of The Dead' and despite being a trilogy and Nick Frost and Simon Pegg have easily made the best of the 3 here.  Despite the trilogy the pair released another film named Paul which isn't included in the 'Cornetto Trilogy' (Shaun of the dead, Hot Fuzz and At Worlds End).  Despite my love for everything the pair made, I have an undying love for this one.  They work together so well as actors and the love and humour clearly reciprocates off set.

The next is Goodwill Hunting, an absolute masterpiece staring: Matt Damon, Robin Williams and Ben Affleck; about a genius boy who is put into therapy to help him with his violence problems, then meeting a girl which he the falls in love with.  You could be the least emotional person, but when Chuckie tells Will he hopes every time he knocks on the door, Will has moved and makes a better life for himself; then ending by knocking on the door and has no answer, you cant help but feel emotional.  Goosebumps every time.  Everything about this film is perfect.  From the deep conversations on a park bench (in the photo above) to the humour that is though-out.  I have nothing negative to say about this film at all.



Finally, the last film is The Shawshank redemption.  A classic.  Staring Morgan Freeman (already making it an amazing film) and Tim Robbins (Andy) who was wrongly accused of 2 life sentences, adapts to prison life and helps refurbish a library.  Then forms a perfect plan to escape from Shawshank.  Probably the only film I have cried at and am not scared to admit.  Shawshank redemption is full of so much raw emotion.  Filling the full spectrum from: love, hate, joy and depressed.  You can't help but be overjoyed when a criminal escapes from prison, in this case at least.

Thank you for reading,
Owen Valente

Socials -
Instagram  Twitter

Disclaimer:All of these images are taken from google and I DO NOT own these images! All the images used, including the ones above, belong to their owners. If the owner wants these images to be taken down they will be immediately

Post a Comment