Have you made your Bucketlist already?

April 20, 2008

A film containing some Jack Nicholson madness and Morgan Freeman coolness is coming to cinemas… what’s the next thing you’ll do?  You go and watch it… at least that is the best choice most of the time.

prepare to jump pal!

The Bucketlist can be described as a sad movie. But it’s not. I mean, yeah, people are dying without hope of survival, so who wouldn’t feel bad about that? But the story of these two characters is so good to watch… it probably has some weak scenes where basicly nothing happens, but you still won’t fall asleep, because the stuff stimply rapes your mind with all the questions: “Do I wanna know, when I’ll die? And if yes, will I be able to say that I had a fullfilling life?”

If you love Jack Nicholson’s pessimistic and phlegm play accompanied by the major chilled coolness and smartystyle of Morgan Freeman, than you have to see this movie. It’s not great, but it’s good. It gives you some thoughts about life itself… you’ll probably start to think about how you live. Some may even start to make their own bucketlist…

I’ll probably make myself one… no not because I think that I’ll die, hell no, I’ve been through all that depressive shit most kids can’t live without during these days… if you simply don’t have plans for the future, you’ll just float like a pickle in the jar, which is quite pointless… If you have some things you want to accomplish and you stick to that, even though you won’t be able to succeed with all of them, you’ll still live up to the maximum… I already had this idea of life before but this movie just made it rocksolid.



  1. Your description of the movie reminds of something I read in mythology about the Cyclops. They were a proud race of beings who once had two eyes. They asked the gods for the ability to see into the future. The gods said they would give them what they wanted, but it would would cost them one of their eyes. The Cyclops agreed to the gods demands and when they awoke the next day they all had only one eye, but the gods played a foul trick on them. Each Cyclops could see into the future alright, but the only part of the future they were allowed to see was their own death, over and over and over.

  2. Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Comparable.

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