Reflection Of The Movie: The Pursuit Of Happiness
The main point that I believe the filmmakers were trying to get across, and succeeded with was that everyone who wants to be successful has to be persistence, has to be a risk taker, be responsible, …show more content…
Every person wants to accomplish something that seems impossible at a time in their life. The matter is only how long we can hold out the pressure and how to figure out the way to accomplish that dream.
This plot makes me realized that my effort to reach my dream have not total yet. I still keep beefing and hopeless. It is like reflection, how my effort to get my dream has to be more and more powerful. I cannot stay and just keep beefing. I have to move on and don’t let the people break my dream.
Perhaps, my dream is not as big as Chris Gardner. The condition is different. He is a man and a father who is keeping fight for his happiness. Fight with his real condition. While me, I am a student who is still manage her future. That is why it is different. However, although it is different, dream is dream and we have to make comes true.
I have been fight when I was in previous school to continue my study in a college. I win. However, it is not the end of everything. It is only the start of everything. I have managed my dream and the target when I will reach it. For now, it is only the process that I have to keep it running, running on its …show more content…
It’s one of those great “against-all-odds” movies where you (at some points) have to spend quite a bit of energy to keep from crying
Happyness also teaches some important lessons. As its title suggests, this is a movie about pursuing dreams. “Never let anybody tell you you can’t do something,” the father tells his son.
This movie puts a human face on homelessness. And in doing this, it prompts us to ask a question we should never stop asking: What responsibility do we, as those who have more than we need, have toward our neighbors who have less than they need? Do we see the face of Christ in the poor and treat them accordingly (Mt. 25:34-36)? Or – as so many of the wealthy in this movie did – do we just choose not to notice?
It’s been almost a decade since the release of ‘Pursuit of Happiness’ and yet it is one such movie that sticks to my head as such an inspirational movie. The film dramatizes the true story of Chris Gardener’s extraordinary journey from homelessness to success as a stockbroker, all while supporting his young son as a single father.
Walk that walk and go forward all the time. Dont just talk that talk, walk it and go forward. Also, the walk didn’t have to be long strides” baby steps counted too. Go