All kidding aside, the fact is our bodies aren’t meant to ingest meat and dairy and eggs and fish. That’s right, our bodies aren’t meant to eat animals; they’re made for whole grains, vegetarian proteins like beans and legumes, fruits and vegetables, nuts and seeds. We may be omnivores in that our bodies are capable of living on just about anything—flesh included—in times of scarcity. But unless you are living in sub-Saharan Africa or some isolated part of the North Pole, scarcity is, fortunately, not a problem. In fact we are blessed with abundance. Our modern problem is obesity and all the degenerative diseases that are linked to obesity, like cancer, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes. #veganist
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10. The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012) - A+
Characters I relate to the most: The Dude, Hikigaya Hachimam, Oreki Houtarou, Patrick Bateman, Louis Bloom, Ishida Shoya and at the very top we have Charlie from The Perks of Being a Wallflower. From the shyness, awkwardness and mysterious persona (which me and my friends realized the other day about me since I never talk about myself so they don't know anything about me) of his characters, are all things I relate to and find with myself.
For being the book's author's first "big" movie, I'd say it's one of the most impressive ones I've ever seen. He clearly has a lot of love for these characters, and I think the casting is spot on. Logan Lerman, Ezra Miller, Emma Watson and everyone else captures their characters so well. I can't picture anyone else in these roles.
The movie kinda has everything you'd want. It has laughs, possible cries and one of the most cringeworthy moments I've ever seen in any film, which I won't spoil in case anyone hasn't seen this movie. I urge everyone to watch this movie and hopefully I'll get one of you to watch this movie from reading this post.
Thoughts on my list so far? Thoughts on this movie?