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Good Will Hunting

Have you been inspired by any great movies lately? Let us know about them!
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Post by travish » October 18, 2008, 9:28 am

I just posted about this movie at my blog and thought I'd add it here as well. Good Will Hunting is a phenomenal movie. I caution those who dislike strong profanity to look for an edited version.
The movie follows Will Hunting from being a janitor at an Ivy League school to showing himself as a mathematical genius capable of almost anything.
For me, this movie brought up the question, what would you do if you could do anything? And then as a follow-up question, what is stopping you from doing that? We are all capable of amazing things and of attaining our desires, so why don't we? And no excuses will work.
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Post by Ron Atchison » October 18, 2008, 2:17 pm

This has always been one of my favorites Travish... I'm certainly no mathematical genius but I can relate to the main character who uses his ability to rationalize in a way that can sometimes prevent him from stepping outside of his comfort zone. This movie helped me to realize what I was doing and make the necessary corrections. ;-)

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Post by carlarama » May 23, 2013, 9:08 am

I love this movie. It really does raise some great questions about the things that we allow to hold us back.

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