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Charlie St. Cloud

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  • Posted December 7, 2011

    A movie the whole family will love!

    Charlie St. Cloud is a movie the family will enjoy and is PG. This movie is also my saddest movie I ever watched. This movie received an Acadamy Award. Charlie St. Colud came out in 2010. The first time I watched this movie I thought it was sad and hoped it would get better and it did.
    The saddest part of the movie is when Charlie and Sam went driving in the city. They were fighting in the car with their hands while Charlie was driving. When they stopped at a red light a truck drives at the speed of 60 miles per hour when you are suppose to stop and slow down at a red light. They BAMMED right into Charlie¿s car. Then they are pushed into another lane and another HUGE truck doesn¿t even stop bangs into they too. They are rolled into the side of a road where a forest is right beside of them. They are bleeding all over their body underneath the car. While in the ambulance they got Charlie to wake up but Sam was lying right beside of him dead. Charlie is crying his eyes out, and Sam¿s baseball hat is still underneath the car.
    At Sam¿s funeral home Charlie is crying and holding his baseball hat in his hands. Charlie then runs into the forest to see Sam. Charlie and Sam promise to each other to meet in the woods {where his funeral was} and catch the baseball at sunset. Charlie is late one day looking for Sam and is mad at Charlie.
    When Sam was still alive Sam watched the Boston Red Socks on TV. Charlie and Sam would do one activity together. They would be in races for sailing in the ocean. They had great teamwork while sailing and got along. Sam was a good little boy.
    Charlie St. Cloud is a great movie but kind of sad. If my mom watched this movie she would have cried probably the entire time. So get your family to watch this movie. Go to the movie store now and buy this movie. I never watch this movie anymore because I wouldn¿t imagine losing a relative and did a activity with them, if it was all your fault.

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  • Posted November 21, 2010

    Enjoyed very much.

    I thought this was very well done. I'm a huge fan of Zac Efron. Will follow him anywhere.

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