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I'll have to go back and watch Awakenings. I remember it being very profound. I'd completely forgotten about that one. Good choice!
Robin's performance in Good Will Hunting is one of the best in all of cinema history. I like it when he tells Will that's it's not his fault. Just goes to show that we are all a little broken.
Hook was a very fun performance of his.
That was a very interesting film. Dead Poets's Society is another appropriate one. I love that scene where he is whispering "Carpe Diem" to the students and reminding them that they will soon be fertilizing daffodils.
my wife and I are watching Dead Poet's Society Now. We watched Hook last night, and we're saving Good Will Hunting and What Dreams May Come for this weekend. He was a brilliant man. Hopefully this shines a light on depression - and it's seriousness