I just finished My Left Foot, the biographical picture of Christy Brown. I'd bet any amount of money Pro-Life Catholics (and Christians generally) just fucking loved this movie. They thought it showed how great even the most wretched and pain-riddled life can be, and this movie shows just how stupid and evil they are in their beliefs.
However, I did particularly enjoy the end. It's inspired me to write, which asides from my research paper (which even that I'm slacking on) I haven't done in some time. If memory serves whenever winter begins to befall us here I begin to feel lethargic. Hopefully I'll write something (asides from this) tonight. Even if it's just making steps in my Aristotle-Bakunin paper.
It was a fairly good film. As far as biographical flicks go, I think I still prefer Amadeus and Reds (which is half biography, half historical re-enactment).