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21 Jump Street is hilarious, fun, and larger than life. That's to be expected. But what I didn't expect was for it to have so much heart: https://leah14rose.wordpress.com/2014/12/07/21-jump-street-the-deepest-action-movie-youll-ever-see/
As a '90s baby who had never seen Jim Carrey in a role like this before, I was blown away by The Truman Show. This fascinating movie questions what's really important in life: https://leah14rose.wordpress.com/2014/12/21/the-man-or-the-door-musings-on-the-truman-show/
Winter's Tale is a bit strangely cast, but it packs an unexpected punch in its lesson that every person matters: https://leah14rose.wordpress.com/2014/12/31/winters-tale-every-person-matters/
Groundhog Day has a fun premise and two wonderful lead actors, but I think we often miss the lessons that this movie teaches us. I think we have a lot to learn from Groundhog Day about accepting life and love: https://leah14rose.wordpress.com/2015/02/03/groundhog-day-today-is-tomorrow/
This can be a tough movie to watch, especially as one of our last big-screen views of Robin Williams. But it has some fascinating lessons to teach about life, death, and love: https://leah14rose.wordpress.com/2015/04/23/love-and-death-the-angriest-man-in-brooklyn/