Memorable, crazy movie
The best films of this genre always show a path and provide a takeaway for being a better person.
This is my first English film review it is difficult because I'm from China and I can't speak English very well. This is the first time I've seen Lzabela Vidovic. I'm obsessed with her because of her beauty and the hesitation in her eyes. I'm only sixteen. I hope to meet a pen Pal in the comments section to improve my English. It would be great if she could see my comments
I rented this the other night, and I was pleasantly surprised by just how good it was. It's a very emotional beautiful sad movie that deals with life, peer pressure, bullying, loss, friendship, and being comfortable with yourself. I might even buy it someday. The movie is about August "Auggie" Pullman who is a 10 year old boy with a facial deformity. He's been home-schooled up until now, but his parents want him to start 5th grade and attend real school and make friends. He becomes an outcast, but makes a few friends. Meanwhile, Auggie's sister, Via has started school and her best friend doesn't talk to her anymore, and she feels like her family neglects her. This movie is a rollercoaster of emotions and the perfect way to tell kids that we shouldn't judge a book by its cover. I highly recommend WONDER!!!
Brilliant movie. The story line is moving, the acting brilliant and the result is phenomenal. This is one you have to add to your movie library. Will we watch it again? without a doubt. Why a nine rather than a ten, the story does get a bit "samey" for part of the movie, is that a crime, maybe not but that is our feeling, but do watch this movie.
This is one of those rare movies where I enjoyed every second - literally! The film very cleverly tells different characters' stories wrapped into one very emotional journey. (I actually enjoyed Miranda's story the most). Jacob Tremblay is excellent as deformed boy Auggie. He is just so good in everything he does! The rest of the cast was equally good and believable. This is an awesome heartwarming story and one of the best films I've seen in a while.