We Bought A Zoo: Movie Analysis

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In the spontaneous movie We Bought A Zoo, directed by* Cameron Crowe, Benjamin Mee goes through his life trying to feel complete again, trying to fix things, and trying to get his family on the right track on life again. In the beginning of this story, Dylan was in the principal’s office. Benjamin notices a squeaky window. Even though he has to be focusing on Dylan, Benjamin walks over and tries to fix it. Dylan tells angrily tells his dad to stop but, as always Benjamin said he could “fix it” (Crowe, x;xx). In addition, of Benjamin Mee trying to fix the window he also wants to help the zoo animals. Benjamin sees when Buster (the bear) escapes from his enclosure he is really jubilant and free in all of the space outside of his cage. After,

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