5 Movies That Deserve More Love

Sabienna Bowman

Sabienna is a freelance writer, pop culture junkie and unabashed fangirl. She blames an early exposure to The X-Files and the Must See TV era of NBC for her twin life-long loves of sci-fi and sitcoms. She's not sure where her all-consuming love for all things British came from, but it led her to Doctor Who so she doesn't complain.

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  • These are some good choices. I remember really liking ‘Stranger Than Fiction’ way more than I expected to. I also LOVED ‘Away We Go,’ I wanted to watch it again after seeing it. It was so good and so funny! And ‘Kiss Kiss Bang Bang’ is a classic!

    I have to say though, I thought Scott Pilgrim was ok. I enjoyed the comics better. And I think I only saw parts of ‘Date Night.’ 

    As for some of my favorite movies that deserve more, they love would be (off the top of my head): A Life Less Ordinary (one of my all time favorites directed by Danny Boyle), Shooting Fish (one of Kate Beckinsale’s early films), The Cell (directed by Tarsem Singh), and eXistenZ (directed by David Cronenberg and starring Jennifer Jason Leigh and Jude Law).

    But I’m sure there is more that I haven’t thought of. Thanks for sharing yours 🙂

    • Sabienna B.

       Thanks, Sandie!

      Ooh, I’m going to have to add your picks to my stuff to watch list, I haven’t seen any of those yet. I’m especially intrigued by the one directed by Danny Boyle, I’ve really grown to love his style.

      • You’re welcome! And oh yes A Life Less Ordinary is fantastic, it stars Ewan McGregor and Cameron Diaz (in probably my favorite performance of hers), I’ve seen it too many times to count. One of my all times favorite movies. Please let me know what you think if you do watch it (even if you don’t like it, it’s ok 😉 )

        eXistenZ is also a bit out there, but I found it quite intriguing and cool.

        Shooting Fish is a really sweet British comedy.

        And The Cell can be a bit twisted, but I really enjoyed it. 

        Let me know if you end up seeing any of them. And I’m glad I was able to mention films you hadn’t seen 🙂