The Blind Side

I recently watched the movie the Blind Side on DirectStar. After watching this movie, it instantly became one of my favorite movies of all times. Everything about the movie was great from the acting down to the costumes and props used. This movie encompassed many genres of movies all wrapped up into one film. There were times of drama, comedy, and love scattered throughout the movie. While watching The Blind Side, I couldn’t take my eyes off the screen, the entire movie kept my attention and I never once got bored. There were many scenes in the film that I really enjoyed but one of my favorites occurred Michael to his new “momma” into his old neighborhood to get some new clothes. His neighborhood was not the nicest or safest place in world and Leigh Ann was a very well dressed woman getting some od looks for being there. As she began to get worried about the looks, Michael turned to her and said “don’t worry, I got your back”. This scene was both hilarious and very sentimental at the same time. Being a true story, this movie was very inspirational and motivating. Seeing how Leigh Ann took in Michael with no hesitation was absolutely phenomenal. Also, the scene in which she stood up to her rich friends when they were questioning her judgment about taking him in was just very unexpected and satisfying at the same time. I was very pleased with the film and it went beyond my expectations for the movie. As soon as I saw the trailer for this film I knew that I wanted to see it. I was very disappointed when I wasn’t able to make it to the theatre to see the movie. However, I was very excited when the movie came to Direct tv on demand. As soon as the movie hit the list I ordered it and I have watched it three times since!

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