Don’t you just love movie night? I make sure to see one every night, whether on HBO or Star Movies. On occasion RED when no good movie is showing in the English department. But when i watch with company, it’s really fun for i can enjoy the laughs with friends, when i’m with my mom she points out the story for me and the important highlights. E.g. Marilyn Monroe’s Biopic she pointed out how fame and fortune aren’t important.
After each movie, it teaches you a good lesson: whether it be about love or friendship. Then you walk out a better person. Don’t rush it, just a friendly reminder, for all of us are still in the process of achieving good. haha! Most of the time a happy ending involves you loving yourself and embracing your flaws and quirks. And these movies speak it. (Is In The Heart Of The Sea there? Me and my best friend are seeing it for our home date.)
Alice In Wonderland. Return to Wonderland with Alice as she tries to do the saving of herself and her entire life with the help of Cheshire Cat and White Rabbit. And how she did it without a prince says of how independent she is as a woman. Good job, Alice! I salute you :-j
Mamma! Mia. This movie shows how much effort you put your mind into, if you PUSH (know the acronym?) it will definitely end on a positive note. 🙂 Also God commands us to love, so if we obey his commandments, He will bless us. And isn’t it worth it to see someone happy because you put them first all while doing something for you two? It’s a half-half effort. ❤
In The Heart Of The Sea. YESSSS! In 1820, the whaling ship Essex is crewed by the Captain George Pollard, Jr., first officer Owen Chase, second officer Matthew Joy, and cabin boy Thomas Nickerson. During their voyage, the ship is sunk when it is rammed and split in half by a very large and enraged bull sperm whale, ultimately leaving its crew shipwrecked at sea for 90 days and more than a thousand miles from land. After the attack, the crew sails for South America and is forced to resort to cannibalism. (I’m sorry i was a bit lost for words, so i just got it from Wikipedia. Thank you for that!)