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Movie List/Reviews & High vibes

Seen any movies that gave you good vibes. Share any movie recommendation that gave you good vibes. Looking to go see a movie tonight or this weekend that might leave you some good vibes...

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LOA Movies

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Romance Movies

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Comment by JR on October 24, 2010 at 9:14pm
oh, the blindside was amazing. very lovable. tears worthy movie.
Comment by Robinlynn on August 7, 2010 at 10:00am
loved the movie Blindside
Comment by summer wilson on December 2, 2009 at 3:33pm
Thanks gorgeous Amy...X let you know how I get on ...I have also asked my local library can they order this in!! X
Comment by Amy on December 2, 2009 at 12:46pm
You could try this site: Or go to Yahoo Answers. People seem to know where to find movies there.
Comment by summer wilson on December 2, 2009 at 6:24am
I want to see Searching for Deborah Winger but can only find this dubbed over in Italian on youtube, does anyone know a link where I can watch this for free.
This movie is about empowering women and is full of hollywood actressses.
Powerfull stuff XXX
Comment by JR on October 25, 2009 at 6:32pm
By the way, I did watch the whole Kama Sutra movie and it was enjoyable to the end and albeit a rated R movie, it is non-pornographic like but rather tasteful.
Comment by JR on September 5, 2009 at 1:37pm
This is a racy movie and I didn't yet see it completely, but I must give its honorable mention, as movie with high-vibes...
Kama Sutra: A Tale of Love (1996)

I found the below user comment useful.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Happy Living, -JR
Insightful, romantic, moral tale, 24 April 2005

Author: schilauefer from United States
Having read The Kama Sutra and having found it disappointing, I figured this late night showing couldn't be anymore disappointing than the text of the same name in translation. The subtitle, A Tale of Love, does help inform the potential viewer that this is not a hot porn flick.

The few pieces of Indian literature I have read treated love stories similarly. I was curious though, as to how the Bombay movie industry would treat this story, knowing they do no show kissing in the romantic films for domestic consumption. IMDb was the source I turned to to learn more about this film and its production. Thank you for the answers.

This movie is a fine tragedy carefully told in the context of 16th century India. It portrays a woman's plight in that time, marry or be a courtesan in a harem. By giving the women empowered roles the writers allow viewers to see that while today would would find those roles unacceptable, some women of those days could find satisfaction, if not happiness. The mistress of the courtesan school gave everyone her pupils a view of the truth and their options, even before the women were ready to see them.

The movie also contains moral lessons. Maia misuses her sexuality to her own detriment. The princess, could not buy happiness. The sculptor rejects Maia's love out of fear for loss of his independence, then gets paid back in kind.

This is a captivating story I will watch again, to catch the dialog I missed while away from the television, and I rarely watch movies twice.
Comment by Amy on June 22, 2009 at 9:46am
I'm very interested in the Horror and Sci-Fi genre. And I also love documentaries. I rented a Documentary this weekend called 'Going to Pieces' it is the rise of slasher flicks in movies. If you are a fan of Halloween, Friday the 13th, Scream etc... It's a great documentary. As I watched it I worked on my own slasher flick. Not a typical movie that would give a normal viewer good vibes, however, this is my genre and it inspired me. It's a movie type that can be made on a lower budget and if you are interested in movie making and love horror... Well I recommend this Documentary!
Comment by JR on June 21, 2009 at 11:58pm
I rented this recently, Slam Nation: The Sport of the Spoken Word.
It is a fabulous movie, with high vibes because of the beautiful poetry.
I will own this dvd and watch and maybe memorize/mimic some of the poetry.
more details:
The phenomenon of the poetry slam originated in Chicago in the 1980s, where young writers would perform their verses in competitive form at bars and coffeehouses before a live audience. Poets would be given three minutes to perform a piece they wrote themselves, and a panel of judges (chosen at random from the audience) would rate the poets and their delivery on a scale of one to ten. As spoken word performance gained a new popularity in the '90s, the poetry slam began to spread nationwide, and soon four-member slam teams from different cities were competing against each other around the U.S. Slam Nation: The Sport of the Spoken Word is a documentary shot at the 1996 National Poetry Slam in Portland, Oregon, in which groups of young performers from across the country compete with their streetwise, aggressively-performed verses in front of an enthusiastic audience. Director Paul Devlin, who has also directed sports programming for ESPN, focuses on the competitive nature of the performances onstage, and their more contemplative and philosophical sides offstage. One of the featured performers, Saul Williams, also starred in a dramatic feature about the poetry slam movement, Slam. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide
Comment by CreativeConqueror on May 1, 2009 at 6:26pm
My new favorite love stories:

Something New
The Illusionist
Curious Case of Benjamin Button

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