GIFT GIVING SUMMARY and MOVIE SUGGESTIONS are: A Thousand Words (2012) suggests forgiveness will prevent death. Tyler Perry's Good Deeds (2012) shows that giving happens many ways, with most of the characters! 33 Postcards (2011) is about a sponsered orphan. We Bought a Zoo (2011) is about a gift to the living from the grave with great insight. The Reunion (2011) is about three very different brothers who must become business partners if they want their inheritance. Eat Pray Love (2010), The most important gift may be truth, especially when it is used to save a person's life as seen in Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2010); The Secret in Their Eyes (El secreto de sus ojos) allowing someone to escape death (2010) or to gain more time with a loved on Sex and the City 2 (2010). Just Wright (2010) shows the gift of health care can bring about love and better job prospects. Please Give (2010) may make it seem that some giving is done to appease guilt, and it is often best to not return a object to a child of a dead parent that the child willingly parted with. More possible coercive gift-giving is seen in 2010 movies as brainwashing and merchandizing Exit throught the Gift shop, The Jones, and The Art Of The Steal! Also, in 2010 noncoercive gift-giving is seen in Dear John, The Last Song, and Letters to Juliet. The City of Your Final Destination (2009) is about complex relationships that seem to work and how a very generous group of people manage to create a bargain were everyone wins. Miracle at St. Anna (2008) is about the gift of freedom and understanding! The Soloist (2009), Management (2009), Love Happens (2009), Seven Pounds (2008), The Brothers Bloom (2008), The Family That Preys (2008), Up (2009), WALL∑E (2008), Saving Private Ryan (1998), Kit Kittredge: An American Girl (2008) show compassion and kindness to homeless or distressed persons; The Shawshank Redemption (1994), Schindler's List (1993), The Dark Knight (2008), Casablanca (1942), Slumdog Millionaire (2008), Selfless (2008), Selfless, Cold and Composed (2004), What Love Is (2007), The Ultimate Gift (2006), The Gift (2000), Mr. Deeds (2002), Where the Heart Is (2000), The Present (2005/I), Suffering Man's Charity (2007), The Kindness of Strangers (2006) (TV), A Mighty Heart (2007), Justice for All (2005), King of California (2007), The Game (1997), The Constant Gardener, Crash, Enduring Love, Friends with Money, Head in the Clouds, Heart of the Game (2005), Hidalgo; Iíll Sleep when I am Dead, Iím not Scared, Innocent Voices, Inside Man, Joyeux Noel, Kingdom of Heaven, Love Object, Love me if you Dare, A Love Story for Bobby Long, Polar Express, Poseidon, Postmen in the Mountains, Pure (2002), The Real Dirt of Farmer Ray, The Seagullís Laughter, Sweet Charity (1969), The One (2001) are movies about giving or being self-less. SOME BELIEVE WE ARE ALL ONE! THE BEST GIFT IS ONE THAT IS THOUGHTFUL AND THAT CAN NOT BE DONE OR OBTAINED WITHOUT HELP BY THE PERSON RECEIVING THE GIFT. Godsend (2004) may suggest certain natural laws are NOT TO BE DISOBBEYED. Lady for a Day (1933) is an old movie, but a good one about giving a daughter respect! The Giving Tree (2000) IS A DARK MOVIE. For instance, in What A Way To Go! (1964) the lead female (and wouldn't this be great as a vehicle for Salma Hayek with a similar plot?) wants to give $200 million dollars away to the U.S. Government Internal Revenue Service because she believes she is cursed with dead husbands who leave her immensely wealthy!