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I love how the story starts off so gently but becomes this tale of horror & hope

Life is Beautiful (La vita è bella) by Roberto Benigni **** Guido Orefice, a Jewish Italian book keeper, who must employ his fertile imagination to shield his son from the horrors of internment in a Nazi concentration camp.

Possibly my movie of the decade!  This film mixes a load of genres into one completely enthralling roller-coaster of a movie. I was captivated by the journey that the unlikeable lead-male, Wikus, goes on. I went from hating him, to loving him and backwards & forwards wondering if he could redeem himself.     The amazing special effects are so realistic you forget that it's not really aliens mingling amongst human life. This is very gritty stuff but has some great humour and explosive action

District 9 directed by Neill Blomkamp Niell worked with Gabriel at Triton Films Inc for many years. Last time I saw him we had him and Terry over for dinner.

Another one in the "Funny cos its true" category. The kids make this show

Outnumbered - Our whole family loves this show and we're spending our Saturday chilling out and watching lots of these episodes