Muppet Treasure Island movie, and how I was scared but intrigued at the same time. I do believe that it was this tale that taught me that money doesn't matter. Essentially, a man wasted his entire life looking for a treasure that he thought he deserved and... I think we do this on an everyday basis. All of us who believe that we need to have a reason to be alive... I don't think we do. We put a great deal of pressure on the idea of being part of something larger, or at least, wishing to be part of something larger. Many of us have an insuppressible fear of not having any meaning and when you look at this story, you realize a lot of things. First, we take for granted the good things around us. Let it be material wealth or our families. Second, by focusing on what is to come, we forget where we are. The present alone is something that should be valued, and it isn't.
Robert Louis Stevenson, but this is one of the best adaptations out there. Unfortunately, it is massively underrated.
Watch it? Honestly, I believe the main reason why I am offended by the live-action iterations and by the unnecessary cult following that Frozen has, is that I always believed - before the internet ruined me - that every single Disney movie is successful. Now, that I look at the numbers I don't understand them... but I will try and talk about those underrated movies, because they are much better than you'd think.
Until the next item on my list!