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Bridge to Terabithia

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I still have not decided how I feel about Bridge To Terabithia. Since the movie was rated PG, we made the assumption that Madison could watch it. Instead, I couldn’t have been happier that she fell asleep. There is a twist at the end that I was even tearing up over. (I don’t want to give too much away.) The story and plot are good. The story is about two misfits who become friends and create a world called Terabithia to play in. The kids are at the age that playing with the opposite sex was just that. It was about make believe and having fun. They took common items and turned them into gems for their fortress. For example, they used keys as a bell. However, I personally expected to see much more of Terabithia. Maybe we are too use to seeing the wonderful worlds like those in The Lord of the Rings, but they really did not go enough into that part of the story. I do know that this is a book, and I think I would have liked the book much better. This is one of the those movies you watch once and never again. Also, due to the twist in the story, I would not recommend it for young children (my daughter is 4).

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  1. Now since this is supposed to be part 2 to that other movie, can't recall the name of it now, should I watch the first one and then this one? Because I don't like jumping into the middle of stories.

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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