Monday, March 6, 2017

6 Feels You Get After Seeing A Good Movie

There's nothing quite like seeing a really good movie. An okay movie can make me feel life is okey-dokey, a little bit better than average, maybe brought out some laughs or cries and then it's over.

BUT an awesome, really good, fantastic, wonderful movie can change our whole life. Ever walk out of the theater and feel excited to the point of invincible? transformed? happy? stunned? YEP. A stupendous, amazing movie gives us something new to fall in love with, brings comfort on the worst days, and a reason to forever geek out.

These are six feels I feel after seeing a really good movie. Am I missing a feeling you get? I'd love to know! Feel free to share in the comments!


You might attempt to talk about how the cinematography looked or how an actor said a line in a specific way that it will stick with you, but ultimately, nothing can describe how you feel deep down. There are no words.


You can’t wait to hop on Google and find out every tidbit and trivia, to go on Tumblr to reblog every gif set, and to go on YouTube and watch interviews and behind the scenes clips. You're already making plans to see it again. You know you immediately want to own this movie, and it will never get old because you'll discover something new about it each time. No matter what mood you're in, you know it'll deliver.


A movie comes out of nowhere you really don't have that many expectations for. Or it's like been on your to-watch list for a while but you didn't really know what to expect. Then the opening scene hits and you're like: WHAT?! This is perfect. Where has this movie been your life?! A little bit of your life feels infinitely more complete.


Not every movie is loved by everyone, and that's okay. But when you see something new that generates a lot of hobnob about whether it deserves acclaim or not, you get defensive and must protect it all costs. You don't mind haters who have a different point of view but you're ready to duel against trolls who "call out" so-called plot-holes or mistakes. COME AT ME BRO.

Raving Lunatic

Completely opposite of being speechless, a good movie might be one you can't stop talking or thinking about. You naturally weave references and quotes and tidbits about the movie into every conversation. You're never really able to drop the mic.


The end credits hit. You're walking out of a movie theater or at home on your couch, and you are on top of the world. Seeing this movie wasn't just about seeing a movie. You're inspired to look at everything differently. You know you'll back on this movie in the future and know that it changed you significantly. Nothing's better than cloud nine.

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