#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Life is going well for Bob Jones: great job, beautiful loving wife and a baby on the way. Then he finds out that he has kidney cancer that will leave him dead within months. He sets out to videotape his life’s acquired wisdom for his child, and ends up on a voyage of self-discovery and reconciliation.
Plot: It seems that Bob Jones has everything a man could want, namely a fulfilling job and a beautiful, pregnant wife, Gail. But Bob’s life is turned upside-down when he is diagnosed with cancer and given four months to live — not even enough time to see his first child’s birth. To cleanse himself of demons in his remaining days, Bob makes a video diary, hoping to pass along some wisdom to his future child. Along the way, he discovers a lot about himself.
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Keaton Gets Overlooked Again
In my personal, yet almost humble opinion, Michael Keaton is the most underrated actor out there. It seems like this man could star in a movie portraying himself and the critics would still claim that he wasn’t believable.
The first time I ever saw Michael Keaton was in ‘Night Shift’ and I thought to myself, “This guy is one of the funniest people on Earth”. He put in terrific performances in ‘Beetlejuice’ and ‘Clean & Sober’ in 1988, but yet wasn’t even nominated for those roles.
MY THEORY: Maybe the judges felt that his portrayal of a recovering alcoholic in ‘Clean & Sober’ would strike too close to home for many of the recovering alcoholics in the Shrine Auditorium, but that’s not my point.
From his portrayal of Bruce Wayne/Batman in 1989 (and again in 1992) to his remarkable bad guy in ‘Pacific Heights’ in 1990, Keaton has continued to amaze me with the range of acting that he has.
In November 1993, I saw ‘My Life’ and I could just feel that he was going to win an Academy Award for it.
Come February 1994, the nominations are announced and Keaton isn’t even on the list. What the…? I guess cancer wasn’t the cool disease that year, since in the end, Tom Hanks won for ‘Philadelphia’.
Stepping down from my soapbox: ‘My Life’ is a great film. It’s funny, thought provoking and yes, VERY SAD. I love this show and I hope that you check it out when you get a chance because I think you will be pleasantly surprised.
My Life and Life As A House…must-see tear jerkers
Both of these movies will bring you to tears. Not because they are related in any way, for they are not. But they both deal with families, death and dying, which I think needs to be more addressed in this day and age. My husband lost his dad in November, and it has been a very rough road for the whole family. A lot of ups and downs. Both of these movies are his favorite, as well as my top picks. We watch these movies together at least once a year, and we cry and cry together. Not because we are sad, but because it makes us realize that one day one of us will be gone, and the other will have to go on alone. I think they really make you see what you have together, and what you can do together before time runs out. It lets you see what is truly important in life, what needs to be addressed and what needs to be let go. Watching these films certainly makes me appreciate everything that I have in life, from my health to my family. I highly recommend both of these films. How can they be so overlooked?
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 57 min (117 min)
Director Bruce Joel Rubin
Writer Bruce Joel Rubin
Actors Michael Keaton, Nicole Kidman, Bradley Whitford, Queen Latifah
Production Company Columbia Pictures Corporation, Capella Films, Zucker Brothers Productions
Sound Mix Dolby SR, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panavision Cameras and Lenses
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm