Possibly one of the most emotional animated scenes in cinema history. It really is so sad to see Jessie’s story!
The film has six different stories going on, all set in different times, it flashes backwards and forwards between the different scenes showing how a soul is impacted from one life to the next. Your actions will mould the soul and this will impact the next body it is in.
A writer at the peak of his success must decide what choices to make when the original writer of “his” novel shows up.
Here in the UK the 26th December is known as Boxing Day. This is obviously a good time to get those Boxing films on and be part of the day! I’ve tried to pick different types of boxing films and cheated when it came to Rocky as I have just put it in as the series as it could have taken up a few places on the list of seven films!
The films all seem to have a similar theme for the main character who is done on their luck and nothing in life seems to go their way. Leaving them with only one thing left to fight for, the right to box. It must be the nature of the sport which makes the themes of them very similar.
What is your favourite boxing film?
Who better than to wish you a Merry Christmas than Macaulay Culkin as Kevin from Home Alone. So Merry Christmas from Let’s Go To The Movies, I hope you have a fantastic day and enjoy every moment of it.
Everyone knows the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, Bah Humbug. Who on Christmas Eve is visited by three ghosts who will make him question his life and attitude towards those around him. Will he be able to understand Christmas before it is too late?
Because it is nearly Christmas . . . 2 Days to go! I decided to have a second Musical Moment this Monday as this one is from a Christmas time film! Classic moment of Cameron Diaz showing exactly what everyone does when Mr Brightside is playing!!!