Welcome to the November Suggestion List! In today's list, I will be talking about three different categories; movies, books and my personal favorite music. Honestly, I feel like music is the only thing that is keeping me sane at this point. I can’t even remember a day in these past months that went by me not listening to songs. I also became really into playing an instrument as well although I don’t know how to play any instrument so I told myself what is a better time than this when I have all the time in the world. So anyway I made up my mind and since I wanted to play bass guitar I thought I should start from somewhere and try to play but the problem is that I, of course, don't own one. So I am going to wait until we get rid of Rona and then start to learn bass guitar from a real instructor. Anyway, I rambled a lot, enjoy the article and feel free to also send your own recommendations, or even if you just want to talk to someone you can get in contact with me throughout our mail account. Enjoy it.
We are starting with a psychological thriller film called Gone Girl. Gone Girl is about a woman that goes missing on purpose and little by little things get messier people start to blame the woman's husband for the disappearance. I highly suggest this movie if you haven't watched it. It's a very well thought movie so everything in the movie happens for a reason.
Director: David Fincher
Runtime: 2h 29min
IMDB Rate: 8.1
This film is one of my favorite films of all time though I must admit I have a lot of favorite films. Anyway, this film is about a girl that starts to play a game where every dare you do gets awarded money but her every move starts to become manipulated by an anonymous community of "watchers." As the dares get scarier and harder she feels herself trapped in the game and tries to find a way out. And if I am not mistaken it's from a book so if you like the movie you can also read the book.
Directors: Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman
Runtime: 1h 36min
IMDB Rate: 6.5
The other two films were more crime and mystery but this one is romantic. I am sure you have at least once heard or seen this somewhere. It's about a young man and woman meeting on a train in Europe, and wind up spending one evening together in Vienna but they know that it will probably be their only night together. This film also has two follow up films called Before Sunset and Before Midnight.