*Three Amigos*
*Dead Poets*
*Big Fish*
*L M Sunshine*
*Walk the Line*
*Crude Awking*
*Life is B'ful*
*Big Lebowski*
*Dth @ Funeral*
*Better Th Sex*
*The Piano*
*Catch a Fire*
*Lars & R Girl*
*Ferris B D O*
*Last Trn Freo*
*N Back Down*
*Ten Canoes*
*Out of Africa*
*B 4 Sunrise*
*B 4 Sunset*
*Movie Night*
QUIZ Sep 08
Movie Club Online

 Welcome to  

Movie Club Online  


Movie Club Online is a great way to see new (or old) films and discuss them with a group without having to leave your loungeroom!        


** New movie posted around the 15th of each month **  


        This months feature




What Dreams May Come is an Academy Award winning film based on the 1978 novel by Richard Matheson. Doctor Chris Nielsen (Williams) meets his true soul mate Annie (Sciorra), marries her and has two children. The children die in a car accident, and Chris dies four years after that. Ending up in Heaven, he is guided by friendly angel Albert (Gooding, Jr.) through the afterlife. But when he finds out his wife had committed suicide, he desperately searches for her spirit, journeying through Heaven and Hell along the way.

Rating and why

What do you think of Chris's ( Robin Williams )  version of heaven and hell?

After talking to a few people about this film I  found that their reveiw of the movie differed in the extreme.

     I am interested to know how this film affected you and a little bit of why if you want to share.


What Dreams May Come was selected by Pam


Can you guess the movie this line is from?

"Surely you can't be serious?"

"I am serious and don't call me Shirley."

 (Answers on bottom of Members page)    


 Some points to please remember

  •  If the months featured film is one you have already seen, perhaps even many times, please watch it again and answer discussion points. You may pick up new meaning in a scene or line, pick up an editing fault or see the film in a new way.
  • Movie Club Online is all about enjoying and discussing movies, and keeping an open mind to new genres and film styles you may not have previously been familiar with. Being able to have an honest opinion is also very important and welcomed. However, when critiquing a film, please bear in mind that the film may be a favourite of a fellow member and keep all criticism (if any) 'constructive'.

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