I wasn't surprised when I found out this was directed by Christopher Nolan (director of Inception). The movie follows the main character Leonard, as he tries to solve his wife's murder while struggling with short term memory loss. If you liked Inception, or just like mind boggling movies in general, I highly recommend this film.
Don't let Jim Carrey's traditional comedic roles have you fooled. This movie is quite different. The story revolves around Joel (Jim Carrey) when he finds out his ex-girlfriend had a procedure to erase him from her memory, and he chooses to do the same.
Hungry for Change
Fans of Food, Inc. and Supersize Me will love Hungry for Change. I actually recommend this documentary to everybody just because I think it's so important to be educated about health, and especially the diet industry.
Yes, there is a reason for all the hype this show gets. If you haven't already heard the story line, Walter White is diagnosed with cancer, and unable to pay the medical bills with his salary as a high school chemistry teacher, he resorts to adopting a second, secret job as a meth producer and seller. (Warning: Don't watch if you get queasy easily. Don't say I didn't warn you.)
Breakfast at Tiffany's
This one's just a classic. I don't feel the need to explain further.
If you liked Taken, consider giving Limitless a try. The main character, Eddie, discovers a drug that allows him to access his whole brain, making him "limitless."
Written by Natalie Tetreault