Love is film’s eternal theme .We give our tears and laughter generously.
After watching this movie for 4 times, I think I am deeply moved by
Forrest gump. A man with a very low IQ, he even can’t speak clearly.
However he speaks out “love” perfectly.
A brave 5-year-old Indiana boy who lost his fight with brain cancer this
month received a hero’s funeral. A superhero’s funeral, that
“I am not a smart man, but I know what love is.” Forrest gump said it to
jenny. I think Forrest gump spent almost his whole life to love jenny.
When they first met on the school bus, he has already taken her as his
girl., the only girl that he will love forever. He tried his best to
protect her. When she got hurt, he accompanied and comforted her. When
she got into trouble , he helped her at any cost. When she was tired, he
opened a shelter for her. He never asked Jenny whether she loved him or
not. He just asked her to marry him because he was sure he could be a
good husband. That is true love. Never want payback and always dedicate.
Never leave your lover and always by her side. Although Jenny’s
disappearance disappointed Forrest , he never leave. The only thing
Forrest knew was that Jenny was his angle and he would do anything for
The six pallbearers for Brayden Denton’s funeral last week in Kentland
dressed as Spider-Man, Thor, the Hulk, Superman, Iron Man and
Forrest has got two friends, Bubba and Lieutenant Dan Taylor. In fact
, Forrest gump used love to save their lives. Bubba has a dream that was
to set up his own shrimp business. However he died in the war. Forrest
gump kept his promise to his friend. He raised Bubba’s family instead of
him. He bought a ship and completed Bubba’s dream. During the war,
Forrest saved Dan’s life. He spent a long time to help Dan to find his
hope back. The power of friendship is amazing. Forrest gump may be very
silly, he would never know how great things he has done to his friends.
All the things in his eyes were just normal and it’s natural to help
friends. He always said that friend was hard to find. He cherished his
Naomi/A Fool’s Love
“The whole time I saw them carrying Brayden. This is so cool,'” mom
Staci Denton told the Daily News on Monday. “That was his world. That’s
what he would have
Have you found out that Forrest gump always said “my mom said”. My
mom said “ Life was like a box of chocolates. You never know what you’re
going to get. My mom said “ I am no different than anybody else.” My mom
said “ Stupid is as stupid does.” Forrest’s mother was so great because
she taught Forrest how to be a man. She also taught Forrest how to love
other people. Forrest loved his mother and her mother’s death let him
get a better understanding of love. Forrest’s mother was lucky, she had
such an outstanding son.
Forrest is a lucky dog. At last he got a son—little Forrest. Unlike
his father, little Forrest was smart and healthy. Forrest loved his son.
This was such a nice present from Jenny. I know that they would live a
A man adopted a 15-year-old girl and shaped her to become his ideal
lover. The girl’s name was Naomi.
Exactly the same as hers.
Naomi leaned against the wall in her small room in the orphanage. She
held Junichiro Tanizaki’s novel Naomi – her favorite book, in her hand.
The next day was her 15-year-old birthday. The Sister said there would
be a man coming and she would have a home.
In Naomi’s 15-year life, she had fantasized for many times what it would
feel like if she could have a mom and a dad. She was a bit disappointed
when she learned that her adoptive father was a widower, with a son who
was one year or two younger than her. She thought she was going to end
an incomplete life, and yet she was just entering another incomplete
The next day, she got on her adoptive father’s car, with her small
suitcase that was almost empty, and that favorite book of hers. He was a
melancholy, plain-looking man. They didn’t talk much during the trip to
her new home. “You can call me dad, but you don’t have to if you don’t
want to.” The Sister said he decided to adopt her when he saw her
The car drove into a residential area in a hill. The man and her son
lived in a two story house that didn’t draw too much attention. Even
though, for Naomi, who had been used to her cramped, wet, little room in
the orphanage, she felt like celebrating a festival. His son looked very
much like him, just more than twenty years younger. He politely said
hello to his new sister who didn’t have blood relation with him. Naomi
saw in his eyes curiosity and friendliness. Her adoptive father stood in
the living room, looking at her floral dress, which she’d been wearing
since her birthday five years ago. He went to his bedroom and came back
with a scarlet dress. Naomi smelled the scent of women’s perfume. Not
until many years later she knew it was his daily routine to spray his
familiar perfume on all the clothes in that big locked closet in his
The man let Naomi live in the room next to his. Every morning, he
prepared clothes, rings, necklace, bracelets and earrings for her. He
didn’t let her go to school, but hired teachers at home to teach her
piano, singing, English and dancing. The piano in the living room, which
had been covered in dust, was wiped clean. The novels that had been
shelved for a long time were being read again.
When they went out together, the man’s friends always thought Naomi was
his new wife. They looked her up and down surprisingly, which Naomi
didn’t understand. This family was complete. A father, a mother, and a
The son loved her. He loved her like loving a mother, a sister, and a
lover, but he knew she belonged to his father. He kept distance with her
On Naomi’s 21-year-old birthday, her adoptive father said to her: “I
love you. Let’s get married.”
On their wedding night, she was allowed to enter his room for the first
time. Under the moonlight, he called her a name she had never heard
before. She saw all the dresses she had been wearing in a half-open
closet beside their bed, and she realized even though she’d never heard
that name, that person had been always living with them, since the
moment she stepped inside this house. She suddenly remembered the boy
once said to her: “I saw my mom’s ghost in you.”
A man adopted a 15-year-old girl and shaped her to become his ideal
lover. When the girl grew up, she became beautiful and unrestrained. The
man submitted to her and was willing to be her slave.
A man adopted a 15-year-old girl and raised her to become his dead wife
who he could never forget. The victory of feminism lived vigorously in
Brayden had been battling an aggressive form of brain cancer known as
DIPG since April of last year. He endured 30 rounds of radiation
treatment, his mother
This movie reminds me of a poem:
Do not undermine your worth by comparing yourself with others.
It is because we are different that each of us is special.
Do not give up when you still have something to give.
Nothing is really over until the moment you stop trying.
It is a fragile thread that binds us to each other.
Do not shut love out of your life by saying it is impossible to find.
The quickest way to receive love is to give love;
The fastest way to lose love is to hold it too tightly.
Do not dismiss your dreams.
To be without dreams is to be without hope;
To be without hope is to be without purpose.
Life is not a race, but a journey to be savored each step of the way.
Love is the most precious thing in this world. Without love, life has no
meaning. With love, we can do anything.
Throughout the ordeal, young 布雷den maintained his love for superheroes
For his third and fourth birthdays, he got a Spidey cake. For his 5th
birthday three months ago, the family celebrated with a massive
And with the help of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, Brayden got a chance to
meet the web-slinger at Universal Studios during a trip to Florida last
Even though he was very weak, Brayden went to the new “Spider-Man” movie
this spring. While he was only able to see the beginning and the end, he
gave a thumbs up for the
“That was one of our battles that we wanted to make sure he got to see
that movie,” his mom
It was Denton who thought of the “super” idea for the funeral after
布雷den passed away May
“He could care less about people being in a suits, ties and dresses,”
said his mom, who wore a Spidey T-shirt to the service. “He was a
5-year-old boy. That’s not what he thought was neat. He loved looking at
The family is trying raise awareness for DIPG, which is terminal for 100
percent of the patients. “This cancer does not have a survival rate.
Even leukemia is survivable. This one is