During the April A-Z Challenge, I’m posting six days a week, following the letters of the alphabet. I will share all the movies, books and games I watched, read and played--all the influences that turned me into the geeky person and writer I am today.
The Neverending Story (1984): This is the first movie I went to see by myself because I assumed none of my friends would want to see it. I was wrong and ended up seeing again with friends. No complaints.
The Navigator (1988): This was an Australian/New Zealand co-production about villagers seeking relief from the Black Death, who, guided by a boy's vision, dig a tunnel from 14th century England to 20th century New Zealand. Apparently it won numerous awards. I’m not surprised.
National Treasure (2004): There’s something appealing about finding lost treasures in today’s world. And I love the puzzle solving aspect.
What's your 'N' pick?