Six Words: Ex-burglar old man befriends interesting robot.
Mood(s): Witty. Thrilling. Fascinating.
“The human brain, a lovely piece of hardware.”
Bonuses: Beautifully filmed. Realistic depiction of the future.
Additional: Seems outlandish and ridiculous at first, but you’ll be hooked once you start. Profanity. 13+
Six Words: Documentary about Burma; expands your worldview.
Mood(s): Impassioned. Revealing. Informative.
“I think politicians who think they’ve gone beyond being politicians are very dangerous.”
Bonuses: It’s like traveling to Burma without leaving your couch. Very honest documentary.
Six Words: Two friends try more; twist ending.
Mood(s): Charming. Exploratory. Witty.
“That’s the problem with heartbreak, to you it’s like an atomic bomb and to the world it’s just really cliché, because in the end we all have the same experience.”
Bonuses: Finally a romantic movie that ends differently than you expect. Very funny.
Additional: Profanity. Momentary nudity. R
Six Words: College girl and guy go out.
Mood(s): Teenage. Modern. Heart-wrenching.
“Because it’s the halves that halve you in half.”
Bonuses: Gorgeously shot scenes. Jennifer Lawrence makes an appearance.The ending.
Additional: If you have a tumblr, you’ll know where all those gifs are from after watching it. 13+
Six Words: Rwandan genocide’s impact; hotel manager saves.
Mood(s): Gripping. Emotional. Heavy. Violent.
“There’s always room.”
Bonuses: You learn something new about the Rwandan genocide.
Additional: Depicts the division between the Tutsis and Hutus accurately. 13+
–Regina, 17, West Seattle