#94 See 10 classic movies I’ve never seen

I’m a terrible person when it comes to movies. I don’t watch many of them and tend to only really like movies such as Harry Potter, Lord of The Rings, and superhero movies like The Avengers or Deadpool.

It’s not that I don’t like any of the other movies but they just don’t get me that excited. Despite many around me that do go wild for pretty much any movie I’ve never gotten into them that much. But to finally see what all the hype is about I’ve set it on my 101 things to do-list to watch 10 “classics” that I’ve never seen and that people always rave about.

These are the 10 classics I plan on watching:

  1. Saving private Ryan
  2. The Sixth Sense
  3. The Godfather
  4. The Exorcist
  5. E.T.
  6. Pulp Fiction
  7. Breakfast at Tiffany’s
  8. A Clockwork Orange
  9. The Big Lebowski
  10. The Notebook

Funny thing is that, once I went looking online for 10 classics to watch I found out that I’ve thankfully also seen quite a few such as The Greenmile, The Blues Brothers, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, and Casablanca.

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#32 Learn 50 new things by clicking the random articles button on Wikipedia [IN PROGRESS]

Common sense and general knowledge are not only key things to have in life, it’s also fun to be able to throw around random bits and pieces of (interesting) trivia. They sure can help during pub quizzes or playing trivia crack (a mobile game).

A fun way to learn new things is by clicking the random button on Wikipedia. That way you end up with the strangest things! So I set the goal of learning 50 new things by clicking the random articles button on wikipedia.

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#3 Start finding a positive in each day [IN PROGRESS]

Generally speaking I’m a pretty happy and positive person but sometimes I can have a day where I just don’t want to get out of bed. It’ll be one of those days where I just can’t find the energy for another day at work or some other mundane chore. And still, even those days often have something positive about them. It’s important to take note of those moments and cherish them.

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