The 21st century needs an awakening Recently I watched the 1990 film Awakenings with Robin Williams and Robert De Niro. Robin Williams plays consultant Malcolm Sayer in a mental hospital, overseeing a bunch of patients in a catatonic state. The staff generally have a widely accepted belief the people are dead inside, which Sayer rejects … Continue reading The 21st century needs an awakening
Fight Club, an entertaining book and film has many teachings for life - not just on masculinity but also on self-improvement, motivation and making the most out of your potential. A near life experience? One of the most compelling scenes is when Tyler Durden or the Narrator (depending on whether you are consuming the film … Continue reading Fight Club: Raymond K Hessel – a near life experience
If you're looking for a really good underrated film, look up Clockwork Mice. It seems impossible to get hold of, the limited copies seem to be extortionately priced. But if it's ever on TV, Netflix's, or whatever other less than legal methods to watch it - if you really like your running films it is … Continue reading The Song Of The Ungirt Runners
Someone watched a bad TV show, you'll never guess what happened next. In a quick answer, they bitched about it on the Internet, adding the unoriginal put down statement "Well there's an hour of my life I'll never get back" And everytime I read someone write that I think... well you would have wasted it anyway. Because … Continue reading Someone watched a bad TV show, you’ll never guess what happened next….
Type in motivational video or fitness motivation in youtube and you get dozens of compilation videos using the same stuff from the same stuff: Al Pacino in Any given Sunday - inch by inch, play by play. Rocky six, where Sly is giving his son a kick up the arse with a motivational speech Muhammad Ali … Continue reading The best sports film motivational scene