Sunday, June 22, 2008

Weekend movie - 'Bridge to Terabithia'

Yesterday i watched 'Bridge to Terabithia'. I decided to watch it thinking it to be fantasy movie, but it was more than that. I really liked it, made me go in tears near climax.

A must watch movie.

Quote
“Everyone leaves footprints in your memory, but the ones that leave footprints in your heart are the ones you will truly remember.” - Nicholas Sperling.

23 comments:

Melissa said...

Hmm really? I was thinking of giving it a past. The title sounds too odd for my liking. =P

DeLi said...

thanks for sharing..
maybe i can do that sometime in july :-)

Enemy of the Republic said...

It's a beautiful film and a lovely book.

noisysmile said...

I remember not liking the book for some reason or another. I think I might not have liked it because it was required. I should probably give it another chance.

Ruth said...

Haven't seen it yet, or read the book, but I know several people for whom it's their favorite book.

boneman said...

is it in theaters, now?
or can I get it from netflix?

boneman said...

netflix, and it's on its way!
Thanx!

Little Lamb said...

sounds like a good movie.

Sandy said...

@melissa - its really a good movie. i know u will like it.

@deli - great going.

@enemy of the republic - i completely agree with you.

@noisysmile - i havent read the book. But the movie is awesome.

@ruth - its a good movie.

@boneman - you are really fast in making things happen.

@little lamb - it is a good movie. you wont regret watching it.

To all - i havent described the story of the movie. The reason: for all of those who havnt seen the movie, i dont want to break the thrill. So long.

the walking man said...

I'll admit I had to wikipedia this (not unexpectedly according to the entry)sounds like a good theme, i will have to see what this is selling for.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bridge_to_Terabithia_(2007_film)

Sandy said...

@the walking man - O my dear mark, you have let the cat out of the bag. I didnt give the details of the movie coz i feel that if u know about the story in advance, you would lose the thrill.

the walking man said...

oops not the first time I have opened mouth and inserted foot...sorry

Sandy said...

np mark. its alright. i can understand b4 taking a 2nd mans opinion u must research on it, coz everyone doesnt have the same taste.

but this movie is good.

whimsical brainpan said...

Thanks for posting this Sandy. I was wondering if I should rent this movie and now I will.

/t. said...

i had
not heard
of this movie,
but will keep an eye out now

/t.

Sandy said...

@whim - yeah u will not regret.

@/t. - hmm. you will really love the movie.

Robin said...

Okay, now I'm intrigued......

VioletSky said...

You are the first person I've heard from who has seen this. It looked a little strange in the previews, but that isn't unusual. Another rainy weekend coming up, so maybe that would be good to rent.

Sandy said...

@violetsky - o is it? i dont know but i really enjoyed the movie. sory in advance for all of those who have rented the movie and didnt find it appealing.

boneman said...

The 'appeal' of a movie...
ah yes. When I spoke of Kingdom of Heaven, some younger boys fiound it an exciting movie for the battles, while some elder gals felt it had a good theme and story. Sure, at least one Catholic felt it was a lie because she can't see that another religion would ever respect her religion (when she has no respect for the other religion at all) but, that's life, eh?
Not everyone will like it.
I have learned, though in a way, far too late.... but, when you see the brass ring in front of you GRAB IT!
(and be quick about it)

Who's to know if the movie isn't the 'brass ring' rolling along....

Sandy said...

@boneman - yes sir, thats why i asked for apologies in advance.

Mary said...

I found the book a lot better than the movie, In the class that I work in which was a grade 5 class, the students read the book first then we took them to see the movie. For the most part the kids really enjoyed the movie, and I'm not saying I didnt, but the book is much better...Mary

Sandy said...

mary i havent read the book yet. i would have to do it sometime