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  • Get yourself and family comfortable and have a wonderful experience taking in the great movie

    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      A coming of age story that focuses on the bond that is shared between family members and more importantly the bond between the brothers of that family is depicted in this animated movie from Disney Studios. Using animals to portray the

      story that even without a voice that is shared between human and animal, the connection is much stronger if one just puts aside the differences and start to believe in the power on unity. A young boy has taken the form a bear, a bear that he believes to be monsters, and not before this transformation did he get in touch with the inner workings of the animal to see that it has feelings too. Walk a mile in my shoes is ...

      • Brother Bear (2003)
      always the case that is mentioned. You know not what a person goes through until you walk in their footsteps and live their lives for yourself. This Disney classic is just like all or most of the productions to leave the
      studio, it has a lot to offer including great moral advice, after all, what is the sense of watching a movie if it does not teach you anything. Get yourself and family comfortable and have a wonderful experience taking in the great movie. Happy viewing!




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