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Unformatted text preview: The blind side Review Yecheng Wu If I have a movie ranking list, the blind side would be in Top 5. I watched this movie in the air from Winnipeg to Vancouver. Personally, I am cool, indifferent and brave heart man, I don't usually cry when I am watching movie, “My sister’s keeper” is also a fantastic movie; I was moved but did not cry. I can not stop crying start from 81mins; when Big Mac wears 74 Jersey brutally knocked out his arrogant rival wears 66. Feeling happy and proud of Big Mac is not the major reason why I like this movie and cried for it; the major reason is I can see myself through him; through the movie. This is an absolutely heart-warming movie. I don't want to doubt the how real is this although lots of people does. The director John Lee Hancock does not spend much time on how hard was Michael’s life but instead on how beautiful is life after he met the family. The suffering will be all gone when it meets the beauty of happiness and life.will be all gone when it meets the beauty of happiness and life....
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2011 for the course ASTU 150 taught by Professor Wu during the Spring '10 term at UBC.
- Spring '10