Forest Gump

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Leader: Abalos, John Percival A
Members:
1. Arcabal, Christine
2. Madrid, Mhara
3. Ungsod, Vergel
4. Eborde, Mary Grace
5. Cervantes, Mark Jame
6. Asuncion, Jessa
7. Agang, Reymond
8. Baximen, Ariel
9. Atalyag
10. Fermalo, Ma. Ileonor
11. Cordero, Samson
12. Lopez, Miles
13. Peralta, Arnuljo JR.

MOVIE REVIEW
“FOREST GUMP”
SUMMARY:
Stupid is as stupid does," says Forrest Gump (played by Tom Hanks in an Oscar-winning performance) as he discusses his relative level of intelligence with a stranger while waiting for a bus. Despite his sub-normal IQ, Gump leads a truly charmed life, with a ringside seat for many of the most memorable events of the second half of the 20th century. Entirely without trying, Forrest teaches Elvis Presley to dance, becomes a football star, meets John_F._Kennedy, serves with honor in Vietnam, meets Lyndon Johnson, speaks at an anti-war rally at the Washington Monument, hangs out with the Yippies, defeats the Chinese national team in table tennis, meets Richard Nixon, discovers the break-in at the Watergate, opens a profitable shrimping business, becomes an original investor in Apple Computers, and decides to run back and forth across the country for several years. Meanwhile, as the remarkable parade of his life goes by, Forrest never forgets Jenny (Robin_Wright_Penn), the girl he loved as a boy, who makes her own journey through the turbulence of the 1960s and 1970s that is far more troubled than the path Forrest happens upon. Featured alongside Tom Hanks are Sally_Field as Forrest's mother; Gary_Sinise as his commanding officer in Vietnam; Mykelti_Williamson as his ill-fated Army buddy who is familiar with every recipe that involves shrimp; and the special effects artists whose digital magic place Forrest amidst a remarkable array of historical events and people. REACTION:

Many people claim it gets them in touch with their "inner child". Some reviewers attack it for the view that low IQ is a necessity for maintaining the child-like attitude Gump has. Gump never grows up or matures in the movie. RELEVANCE:

I agree...sometimes you pick a chocolate from the box and it's your favorite, which makes you happy. Another time, in that very same box, you may pick the one you can't stand. Just like life, you get the good and the bad, the happy and the sad, and he will a good example of person but you make the best of it and go on. Simple philosophy that you will find in any religion or set of beliefs. MORAL LESSON:

Being your best is very complicated.  It is about becoming more effective and taking responsibility. It is about making do with what you have.  It is about being content with who you are.  It starts with knowing yourself, then striving to sharpen and hone yourself.  We all have God given talents.  Use yours.  It’s simple, be your best.

MARK JAME CERVANTES
REACTION:
The story is all about a man who was an army that fall in love w/ here childhood friend. Even we have a how in he do his best to accomplish his goals in life. He becomes a general and famous player in ping pong. Forest gump is a good man and this story gives us a good moral lesson that is need in life. RELEVANCE:

Table tennis is a good game that player need a strength patient and speed forest gump become a good player in this game because he master all the skill about this game until he become a good player, and he practice play it even his enemy is a wall. MORAL LESSON:

The moral lesson is all people have their own talent we just need to improve it until we become the best.

MARY GRACE DOREN EBORDE
REACTION:
The story is all about a man, that falling in love his childhood friend jenny. Even he has a low IQ he has accomplished great things in his life. He tries and tries to achieve her goal. He becomes a general and famous in games ping pong. He is a good man that have good heart, he help other people, forest gump is a story that have a moral lesson that should we learn. RELEVANCE:

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