May 21, 2013
Biography & Film
I love going to the movies. My love story with the movies began when my mom and dad first took me to my first movie. It was one of Disney’s earlier feature films. I remember the long line of kids with their parents queuing up for popcorn and soda right before entering the darkened theater. If there was one word to describe how I felt and must have looked while watching, what seemed to me giant cartoon characters dancing and singing on the big screen, I am guessing it would be “spell bound.” To me there’s nothing better than settling down in my chair with a tub of hot buttered popcorn, a soda, and perhaps a slice of pizza and maybe some candy while waiting for the movie to start. For anywhere between 7 .00- 9 .50, I can spend about a couple of hours in my chair stuffing my face with popcorn while I lose myself in the story that I have stood in line for to watch. There 's nothing else for me to do but sit back, relax and enjoy the program.
I hope movies would bring me excitement that I could not personally experience in my own life. Movies I have watched for this purpose include Inception, The Lord of the Rings and Wall-E. For example, the movie, Wall-E had allowed me to view the world through a simple robot’s eye. I experienced genuine love, hope and kindness in the two hours I sat in the theater. Another example would be The Lord of the Rings. I experienced a suspending journey as I watched the movie. The action, fantasy and adventure of the film are not things what we see in our everyday life. It is sometimes great to let imagination float around a little and sink oneself in imagination.
Movie watching from then until now has had a slight impact on the way I view society. To me, movies are either fiction or belief and I think a movie tells a lot about society today or what people think is going to happen in society. Going to a movie every once in a while, I think, is...
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