Forrest Gump

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Sam Smith
English 101 at 2:00 p.m.
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Forrest Gump
Personally I like movies that are inspiring and dramatic. Now, if you are in the same boat as I am, than you are going to love the movie Forrest Gump. It stars Tom Hanks as a seemingly intellectually challenged Alabamian man that accomplished more in his life time than many ever get the chance to do. Gump somehow becomes involved in every major event in American history from the time between the 1950’s and the 1980’s. Many of his experiences inspire, create emotions, and educates anyone who sees this movie.

Gump experiences everything from bullying, love, war, making enormous amounts of money, birth, and death. He starts the movie off sitting on a bench at a bus stop telling anyone who would come to wait for their transportation, his entire life story. Gump begins his tale with the story of his child hood. He explains everything from wearing braces on his legs where in return the famous quote “Run Forrest run” originated, to meeting Elvis Presley and teaching him how to dance, to meeting the love of his life Jenny Curran, to being chased down by bullies in which Forrest runs through a football practice that just so happened to have the recruiters for the University of Alabama college football team watching him interrupt the practice which in return landed Gump with scholarship to the University where he graduated and All American. After meeting president John F. Kennedy, Forrest was recruited to the army where he was sent to Vietnam where coincidentally met his best friend Bubba in which resulted the idea of Bubba Gump industries, unfortunately Bubba died during battle so Forrest had to carry out the billion

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dollar idea on his own. In the end Forrest marries Jenny and have a son that is named Forrest Junior. Everything that he went through makes up this amazingly accomplished tale.
Roger Ebert from the Chicago Sun-Times, feels that...
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