10 Best Movies to Watch And Learn About Lies
We bring you a fun selection of films where lies are the main ingredient of every one of them. 10 Best Movies to Watch And Learn About Lies.
1. The Good Lie (2014)
Plot: Jeremiah (Ger Duany) is a young refugee who has miraculously escaped the civil war in his native Sudan. Upon arriving in the United States, Jeremiah and other boys enter a social center for minors to meet the educator Carrie Davis (Reese Witherspoon). Recommended age: +7 years
2. Big Fish (2003)
Trivia: Tim Burton makes a brief cameo as a clown playing card just before the werewolf’s attack on Edward Bloom. Recommended age: +12 years
3. The School of Rock (2003)
Trivia: The title song of the film, The School of Rock, played by Black and the boys in the final concert, was written by the New York band The Mooney Suzuki. Says Jack Black: “They opened for The Strokes at a concert in New York, and then I met them. I asked them to write a theme for the movie, and they promised to give it a try. Mike White-handed them the lyrics. They worked on it and ended up writing a perfect song. ” One of the funny Best Movies to Watch And Learn About Lies.
Recommended age: +11 years
4. Good Bye, Lenin! (2003)
Anecdotes: The scene where Alexander and Denis prepare the room where Alexander’s mother will move is a reference to the scene from A Clockwork Orange in which Alex has sex with two girls. Both the fast camera and the song of Guillermo Tell are used. Recommended age: +12 years
5. Pinocchio (1940)
Plot: Gepetto, the old carpenter, wished that his latest creation, “Pinocchio,” a beautiful wooden puppet, could become a real boy. The Blue Fairy granted his wish, but not before warning Pinocchio that to be a real boy, and he would have to show that he was generous, obedient, and sincere. Another one in the series of Best Movies to Watch And Learn About Lies.
Recommended age: +6 years
6. Mrs. Doubtfire (1993)
Anecdotes: According to a biography, Robin Williams decided to test the credibility of his character Doubtfire while filming by going around, as Mrs. Doubtfire, in an adult bookstore and making a purchase. He was able to do it without being recognized. Recommended age: +12 years
7. Gulliver’s Travels (2010)
Plot: Lemuel Gulliver (Jack Black), a writer who works as a mailman for a major New York newspaper, dreams of becoming a travel editor. To do this, he decides to embark on an adventure to the Bermuda Triangle. Still, a terrible storm will drag him to a lost island inhabited by tiny people, the Lilliputians. Amusing one in the series of and Best Movies to Watch And Learn About Lies provided by Mongersmint.
Recommended age: +10 years
8. Life is beautiful (1998)
Anecdotes: The number in the Benigni prison camp uniform It is the same number on Charlie Chaplin’s uniform in “Great Dictator, Hitler’s Satire, and Fascism.” Recommended age: +13 years.
9. True lies (1994)
Trivia: The idea of signing Charlton Heston as Schwarzenegger’s boss was because, according to Cameron, he was the only one capable of intimidating the Austrian actor. As a curiosity, it should be noted that the Omega Sector logo was Ron Cobb, collaborator of the artistic design of ‘Alien’ and its sequel and of ‘In search of the lost ark,’ among others. Recommended age: +14 years
10. Liar Liar (1997)
Trivia: Max’s teacher reads to her class a “Green Eggs and Ham” story by Dr. Seuss. Jim Carrey played the Grinch character in ‘The Grinch’ and Horton’s voice in ‘Horton,’ both by Dr. Seuss. This one is our favorite in the series of Best Movies to Watch And Learn About Lies by Mongersmint.
Recommended age: +13 years
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