Ramona and Beezus

Topics: Beezus and Ramona, Sibling Pages: 1 (436 words) Published: August 26, 2013
RAMONA AND BEEZUS
Ramona has a very creative imagination but hilariously brings her to many mishaps in school and even at home. She is nine years old and very jolly who takes things seriously that makes her brain works to create many ideas to solve a certain problem. She has this big sister named Beatrice who is stucked with a nickname Beezus. According to Ramona, when she was very little and is starting to learn how to speak, she accidentally called Beatrice Beezus because that’s what little children do. They mispronounce words and sometimes get stuck in it. Beezus and Ramona most of the time has quarrels and arguments at home. Ramona said that her sister hates her very much because Beezus calls her a pest. However, Ramona showed great respect for the elders even if they don’t listen to what she wants to express and is misunderstood that performs many acts of silliness. Ramona continued her imaginative adventure until a problem in the family gone very far to the extent that their parents quarrel over small things. What I like most about this movie is that it simply shows what happens at home in reality. Our relationship with our parents and siblings brings us many memories and lessons in life such as understanding one’s emotions, giving comfort, being patient, being kind, and being respectful. In the family, when one doesn’t understand another, there’ll be quarrellings and arguments which will lead to another problem. This is what I don’t want to happen in my own family. Just like Ramona, I want to help my family solve some problems in my own little ways. I want to be productive and not be a problem to them. So, if there’s a problem at home, I am really doing my very best to help. I really love Ramona’s adventures and this inspires me to be sensitive in other people’s feelings. The movie also taught me to love my own family no matter what they are and who they are, because the family is the first group of people you can run to in times of trouble/problem. They...
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