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Stranger Than Fiction [Added March 21, 2013]

Kay Eiffel: How many people do you think I've killed?

Penny Escher: Kay...

Kay Eiffel: How many?

Penny Escher: I don't know.

Kay Eiffel: Eight.

Penny Escher: Kay, you need to...

Kay Eiffel: I killed eight people. I counted.

Penny Escher: They were fictional characters, now get up.

Kay Eiffel: Harold Crick isn't fictional. He isn't fictional, Penny. Every book I've ever written ends with someone dying; every one. Really nice people too. I wrote a book about the school teacher. I killed her the day before summer vacation. How cruel is that? And a civil engineer, Edward, the one I trapped with a heart attack in rush hour. I killed him. I killed! Penny, I killed them all.

The Shawshank Redemption

Andy Dufresne: That's the beauty of music. They can't get that from you... Haven't you ever felt that way about music?

Red: I played a mean harmonica as a younger man. Lost interest in it though. Didn't make much sense in here.

Andy Dufresne: Here's where it makes the most sense. You need it so you don't forget.

Red: Forget?

Andy Dufresne: Forget that... there are places in this world that aren't made out of stone. That there's something inside... that they can't get to, that they can't touch. That's yours.

Red: What're you talking about?

Andy Dufresne: Hope.

The Next Three Days

John Brennan: So, the life in times of Don Quixote, what is it about?

Female College Student: That someone's belief in virtue is more important than virtue itself?

John Brennan: Yes... that's in the there. But what is it about? Could it be how rational thought destroys your soul? Could it be about the triumph of irrationality and the power that is in that? You know, we spend a lot of time trying to organize the world. We build clocks and calendars and we try to predict the weather. But what part of our life is truly under our control? What if we choose to exist purely in a reality of our own making? Does that render us insane? And if it does, isn't that better than a life of despair?

asked 15 Mar '13, 20:36

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edited 21 Mar '13, 18:09

@flowsurfer Great wiki! I'll have to sleep on this one. almost 2 am here ... Thanks

(15 Mar '13, 20:44) ursixx

uuuum ..yea.... that would be great "Office Space" If you read the reviews on IMDB you see it is a hidden classic. I get the LOA connection with when you realize what you want. you that much closer to getting it.


answered 16 Mar '13, 09:07

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Watched the "Eli Stone" first series and many "messages' popped out for me . It's about an American corporate Lawyer and the turn around in his thinking , funny , thought provoking .

Also the "Fringe " series which I think is now into it's 5th season about a scientist's search to help his dying son, his and associates experimenting with mind control and him finding a window into a parallel Universe and the consequences /ripple effect of that. I love Sci Fi , so got well and truely hooked :-)

Opps , momentarily forgot the Green Mile , Michael Clarke Duncan , who's now returned to Source made a huge impact on me in this story , things are not always as they may outwardly appear


answered 15 Mar '13, 22:16

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edited 15 Mar '13, 22:23

"The Shawshank Redemption" One of my favorite movies!

My favorite movie of all times is "Adams Apples". It is a deeply dark comedy and also a very spiritual and mind-boggling movie. And it demonstrates the power of the LOA very well:) Here is the trailer

Adam: "what if god is your enemy and not the devil?" Priest Ivan: "God is on my side!"


answered 16 Mar '13, 00:37

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Watch every day, "The Secret to You" and "The Secret to Wealth" these are very short films but they are for programming your thoughts for better expectancy.

For a very good film on waking up watch, "Vanilla Sky." The movie could be taken for a metaphor on life.

Another good one is, "What Dreams May Come." Again look at what expectation brings as a metaphor.


answered 16 Mar '13, 01:24

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