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This movie is not a Sci-Fi movie.
The trailer is very misleading as you may accidentally mistaken it for a sci-if thriller.
It's a drama about addiction. people probably didn't realize this because they've never had to deal with a loved one that has addiction issues.
It is incredibly dystopian but also utopian at the same time, and you can't help but feel for the unluckiest guy in the world, who might know the absolute truth.
Gypsy is the most enjoyable drama I've seen yet on Netflix. In this compelling first season of the psychological thriller, Naomi Watts is convincing as a married therapist and mother, who injects herself in the lives of her patients in dangerous role playing. All the primary roles are well played by a talented cast and the complex and progressing plot threads keep you entertained throughout. For fans of Bloodline, The Affair, Betrayal, and similar domestic dramas,
The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
The only other movie I have ever seen that effects me as strongly
The only other movie I have ever seen that effects me as strongly is To Kill a Mockingbird. Both movies leave me feeling cleaner for having watched them.
I didn't intend to see this movie at all: I do not like prison movies and I don't normally watch them. I work at a branch library and one day as I was checking The Shawshank Redemption out to one of our older patrons, she said to me, "Whenever I feel down or depressed, I check out this movie and watch it and it always makes me feel better." At the time, I thought that was very strange. One day there was nothing on TV except things I absolutely would not watch under any circumstance or things that I had seen too many times already. I remembered what she said, so I watched it. I have watched it many many times since then and it gets better with every showing.
No action, no special effects - just men in prison uniforms talking to each other.
The Shawshank Redemption and To Kill a Mockingbird are the best movies I have ever seen. I do not judge it by it's technical merits - I don't really care about that. I have read that Citizen Kane or The Godfather or this or that movie is the best movie ever made. They may have the best technique or be the most influential motion pictures ever made, but not the best. The best movies are ones that touch the soul. It takes a movie like The Shawshank Redemption to touch the soul.