Parenthood Movie Review

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Parenthood was a very rewarding movie to watch. This movie shows lots of different viewpoints of a family. Every family goes through their own set of problems and conflicts and this movie definitely shows that. I grew up in a family of people that truly loved each other. My family definitely had problems though. My sister and I fought constantly when we were younger. My parents would get very angry with us because we would ruin family dinners and family gatherings because of our constant arguing. Eventually my sister and I grew out of arguing all the time, but we still do argue sometimes. When we do fight they are normally pretty serious because we are both very stubborn people, so we won’t talk for weeks. In the end I will always love my sister and nothing could change that. We are family, and you don’t give up on family no matter the circumstances. This movie showed multiple different parenting styles also. The single mother and …show more content…
He didn’t leave his room, and when he did he was a very bitter child. The boy’s child had left and that truly did leave an impact on him. He needed a father figure in his life. I know many families that go through this everyday. It really is sad. It changes that child. It makes them believe that they weren’t loved. I grew up very fortunate because I have 2 very loving parents that truly do care about me. Everyone had there own ways of coping with certain things and this child’s was of coping was to be bitter and not let anything out. Some kids have 2 not reliable parents and to me that’s very sad. You need a mother and father figure. They truly leave a mark on the kind of person you’re going to be. For example, Gills father wasn’t very nice to him as a child, so Gill decided because of that reason, that he was going to be the best father he could possibly be because he doesn’t want his kids to ever feel like he did growing up. He cared for his kids and for that his kids are very

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