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LIH: Must See Cinema Therapy!

30 Sep

Cinema Therapy is a term used by psychotherapist and is defined by Segen’s Medical Dictionary as;

“Cinema therapy allows one to use the effect of imagery, plot, music, etc. in films on the psyche for insight, inspiration, emotional release or relief and natural change. Used as part of psychotherapy, cinema therapy is an innovative method based on traditional therapeutic principles.[1] “  

Here on LIH our writers selected four films that we think give the most accurate and informative portrayals of Disillusionment Disorder, Narcissistic Personality Disorder or (NPD) and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or (OCD). Please enjoy!

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New Movie HOT SEAT: Drive

1 Oct

Welcome to New Movie Hot Seat where once a month we review new films that’s opened in theaters this month.  We will have a live debate discussing the pros and cons of one of the newly released films, then vote if it’s worth the money. The film selected for our HOT SEAT debate is Drive.  Thank you to those who participated in selecting our next film.  I hope you will join us.

The live debate will begin Saturday: 10/1/ 2011 @ 3pE/8pUTC

Also listen to: Drive Soundtrack

Movie Buzz 9-23

23 Sep

The Lion King( in 3-D) was the number one film at the box office last weekend earning ($377,938,344  Million Worldwide), and Drive came in third, starring Ryan Gosling it earned ($14,700,930Million Worldwide).  There were more in wide release to open.  We will review last weekend films as well as those coming out this weekend so you can decide if they are worth your money?

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Movie Buzz 9-16

16 Sep

Contagion was the number one film at the box office last weekend earning ($30.0 Million Worldwide), and Warrior came in third, starring Tom Hardy it earned ($6.0 Million Domestic).   There were more in wide release to open.  We will review last weekend films as well those coming out this weekend so you can decide if they are worth the money?

Note: We only review films in wide release.   Continue reading