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Does any one know of any recovery movies?2004-12-22T20:05:54-08:00
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    The one that inspire me all the time is “The Lost weekend”
    Ray Milland played a great role and the movie has a motivational speech against alcoholism at the end which helped people like us to wake up and change their lives.

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    The cartoon Kung Fu Panda,if you see it you’ll understand…

    Anonymous
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    The House of Sand and Fog is not so much a recovery movie as a relapse movie, and it is gruesome. But good!

    The book is even better.

    I hope you aren’t scared off from them, because both are truly enjoyable, in the sense that truly honest works are enjoyable.

    Anonymous
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    mum can you lend me twenty quide. is a documentary from both the family
    perspective and the addict . sad though.

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    @rubycanoe 1749770 wrote:

    not sure of the exact spelling/title. very , very, good ,very graphic, anti-drug movie ,shows the horrors of drug addiction. requiem for a dream ?

    What a great movie !

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    In her shoes with Cameron Diaz made me take a good look at myself. It’s pretty good.

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    @Time2Surrender 400652 wrote:

    “Permanant midnight” and “Drugstore cowboy” are two more I forgot about.All though I am trying to find more movies about recovery.

    Permanent Midnight was awesome because it was based on a true story (so was Gia)
    The only serious role I’ve seen Ben Stiller in.’

    Crazy Heart….Jeff Bridges and Maggie Gyllenhaal ….Robert Duvall (I see it was already mentioned)..I saw this in the theater…SO WORTH IT.

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    @NOMOMERLOTMAMMA 1745764 wrote:

    Things We Lost in the Fire (really good)
    You Kill Me (funny in a dry way)

    YESSSS…..Things We Lost in the Fire. Halle Berry and Benicio Del Torro!!!

    Anonymous
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    Basketball Diaries

    Where the Day Takes You

    Down To the Bone

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    @Mariposa18 2443005 wrote:

    Rachel Getting Married w/ Anne Hathaway

    I was really surprised by how great this movie was. I watched it twice in two days before I had to return it and think I will buy a copy.

    Anonymous
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    I was watching “Leaving Las Vegas” yesterday, although I’ve already seen it several times.

    Anonymous
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    Kinda cool this thread is still around. 🙂 I started it almost 6 yrs ago.

    Anonymous
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    How are you doing time2surrender? Long time no see….. posts….

    Anonymous
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    Another day in paradise with james woods was thoroughly depressing.

    Man on Fire , denzel was an alky.

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    I just watched 28 Days with Sandra Bullock. LOL. I thought it was a decent movie.

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