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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Greatest Movie Of The Year

    Finding Forrester is an amazing move about a black 16 year old boy Jammal who lives in the Bronx. Jammal is dared to go into The ''Window's'' apartment and steal something and that is when Jammal meets ''The Window''. ''The Window'' is Sean Connery who spies out of the window every now and then. But the window never coes out of his apartment. Jammal is a basketball player who gets a scolarsihp to a very good school. During school Jammal is assigned to read a book by a man named Forrester. Jammal makes an incredible discoverey about Forrester.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    my favorite movie

    I think this movie is one on the best...we watched it in school and i fell in love with it...it takes so many lessons and bonds them into a package that you can laugh at cry at and admire...

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Chemistry, Starpower shine through

    Sean Connery, arguably one of this century's finest actors, as the reclusive novelist, William Forrester, is a rare cinematic treat. Rob Brown is engaging as Jamal Warner, Forrester's gifted protege. This movie Is, most definitely, worth a look.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Sean Connery and Rob Brown are great

    I think that this movie is seriously one of the greatest of all time. Sean Connery plays an awesome hermit, he fits the intellect role very well. I think that this movie should be a requirement to watch, it's just that good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    There Should Be More Movies Like These...

    ''Finding Forrester'' is an excellent movie to watch anytime, anywhere....the story of an unlikely friendship that develops captivated me the first time I watched it (which was not too long ago).....this will be the first DVD I buy (I just learned how to work my DVD player on my computer).....this movie should also make people think about how we should not judge each other by the color of our skin, whether Black, White, Latino, Indian, Asian, Philipino, or any other background....I hope to see more of Rob Brown in the future....if not, then this is a one of a kind movie that everyone should own...God Bless..

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