'Dead Poet Society': conflict between Neil and his father about theatre 'Freaky Friday' with Jamie Lee Curtis and Lyndsay Lohan
'Gossip Girl': Conflict between Father and Daughter
'Kevin the teenager': many videos on YouTube
'Modern Family' (Season 2 Episode 5): conflicts about the use of phones, tablets and computers
'Billy Elliot': the father finds out that his son loves ballet dancing instead of more 'manly' pursuits
'Bend it like Beckham': conflict between Jess, crazy about football, and her parents Sikhs
The most famous cars of television and films
"On occasion, cars in television and film become full-fledged, inextricable characters in the narrative, commanding allure to match – even outshine – their human counterparts." (BBC)
Future Medicine in the Movies- an infographic
"A lot of the medical technology used in some of my favourite films is not actually complete fiction.
I created this infographic to show some of the amazing inventions that have been dreamt up and are actually on their way to becoming reality." (gapmedics.com)
"In the year 2084, society is slowly being crushed into conformity by an all-powerful computer.
But one man is surprisingly impervious to the malevolent machine’s relentless conditioning.
How is this possible? Perhaps, in this dystopian future, Ignorance really is Strength." (vimeo.com)
Five of the Most Impressive Rioting Scenes in Movies - with videos - The Simpsons Movie (2007) -V for Vendetta (2006) -Children of Men (2006) -Gangs of New York (2002) -Do the Right Thing (1989) (tvovermind.com)
"In the real world, people often have trouble discerning whether a demonstration is a march, a protest, or a riot. The terms used used often depend on which side you sympathize with more. In the movies, there's no reason not to go all out, with crowds, violence on both sides, guns and explosions, and even deaths. A movie riot is rarely the case of "less is more." The most affecting riot scenes are quite over-the-top, even when they are about real events." (Neatorama)