Date: 27 JUL 2018
Feeling to have a Rewind Night to spend with your friends and family? There is a few of
suggestion that might be satisfied you to recall your childhood memory.
1. 13 Going On 30 (2004)
About: A 13-year-old girl who magically wakes up in the body of her 30-yearold
self, as if she'd skipped the years between 1987 and 2004. She's convincing
as a teenager in a grown-up body, but she's also convincing as a teenager in a
grown-up body trying her best to act unfazed by the adult world.
2. The Lord of the Rings (2001)
Genre: Adventure Fiction
Tolkien has become a monster, devoured by his own popularity and absorbed into the
absurdity of our time. The chasm between the beauty and seriousness of the work, and
what it has become, has overwhelmed me. The commercialization has reduced the
aesthetic and philosophical impact of the creation to nothing. There is only one solution
for me: to turn my head away. They eviscerated the book by making it an action movie
for young people aged 15 to 25.
3. Ratatouille (2007)
Genre: Animation, Comedy, Fantasy
About: Remy dreams of becoming a great chef, despite being a rat in a
definitely rodent-phobic profession. He moves to Paris to follow his dream,
and with the help of hapless garbage boy Linguini he puts his culinary skills to
the test in the kitchen but he has to stay in hiding at the same time, with
hilarious consequences. Remy eventually gets the chance to prove his
culinary abilities to a great food critic but is the food good?
4. Hot Tub Time Machine (2010)
Genre: Comedy, Science Fiction
About: Four pals are stuck in a rut in adulthood: Adam (John Cusack) has just
been dumped, Lou (Rob Corddry) is a hopeless party animal, Craig (Craig
Robinson) is a henpecked husband, and Jacob (Clark Duke) does nothing but
play video games in his basement. But they get a chance to brighten their
future by changing their past after a night of heavy drinking in a ski-resort hot
tub results in their waking up in 1986.
5. 50 First Date (2004)
Genre: Comedy, Romance
About: Playboy vet Henry sets his heart on romancing Lucy, but she has
short-term memory loss; she can't remember anything that happened the day
before. So every morning, Henry has to woo her again. Her friends and family
are very protective, and Henry must convince them that he's in it for love.