1. The One I Love

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  3. Remember Where You Are

    By Michelle Hamada

    Its difficult to watch Remember Where You Are and not draw immediate comparisons to John Carney’s films Begin Again and Once. All three films fixate on the potential to create outside the music industry, music’s ability to connect people, and the intimacy of creating and sharing one great and sincere song.

     

    The documentary follows Catherine Feeny and Sebastian Rogers, two engaged musicians who both have struggled in the music industry and were dropped by their record labels. To reclaim a connection with their fanbase they decide to go on a two-month 15,000 mile “living room tour” across the United States.  Relying almost exclusively on the internet, the musicians connect with fans and strangers and perform for small intimate events in living rooms across the country.

    If you believe in the healing power of music, this is the film for you.

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  4. Pulp Fiction (1994)

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  5. vanityfair:

Of Style and Stardom
Lauren Bacall, photographed by John Engstead, the year she became Mrs. Humphrey Bogart, 1945.

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    Of Style and Stardom

    Lauren Bacall, photographed by John Engstead, the year she became Mrs. Humphrey Bogart, 1945.

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  6. Cross-dissolves in Paul Thomas Anderson’s The Master (2012)

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    Before Sunrise (1995) dir. Richard Linklater

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  8. We will miss you Lauren Bacall! No one has or will ever smoke a cigarette sexier than you. 

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  9. Because No Child Should Grow Up Hungry

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    Here at SnagFilms, we believe that great movies and motivated fans can change the world— which is why we want to draw your attention to one sad statistic: One out of every five children struggles with hunger. Although this fact is devastating, over 600,000 people have pledged their commitment to ending childhood hunger in America. In recognition of their success and dedication, SnagFilms is proud to announce our support of Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry®, a campaign that connects kids in need with nutritious food and teaches families how to cook healthy and affordable meals.

     

    A nutritious meal can transform a child’s day which in turn can transform their future. By giving these children access to healthy food, the No Kid Hungry campaign makes a vital investment in our nation’s future. To assist in their efforts, SnagFilms will donate $.25 for every specific No Kid Hungry RT and Facebook Share, yielding donations up to a maximum of $500 throughout the month of August. We’re beyond excited to support them!  As motivated fans, YOU can also show your support and help us help them. It’s an easy thing to do and just look at all these smiles!

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    Hunger hurts children in many different ways from radically disrupting their health, to impairing their cognitive development, to affecting their mood and behavior. Every child deserves health, education and happiness. Unfortunately, hunger greatly limits kids’ abilities and affects their chances at succeeding later on in life.

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    We support No Kid Hungry not only for their mission but also for their proven success. They’ve already helped connect kids to more than 107 million additional meals. It’s bonkers to think of how many lives will be forever improved. Check it out. It’s pretty impressive.

    If you want to help please spread awareness by RT and sharing our Facebook posts!

     

    And if you would like to learn a little more about the importance of nutrition and food in America, don’t despair! We’ve already organized all our health and food related films on one page just for YOU!

     

    And remember your support helps makes this happen!  

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  10. Movie Requests - Children of Men (2006)

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