The Blind Side Movie Essay

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The Blind Side When I think of stuff that may inspire people in their life the last thing that came into my mind was movies, I never believed that movies, with their overdramatic diction and flashy action scenes, could actually reach down into my soul far enough to teach me something. After watching The Blind Side I understood that movies are really powerful when it comes to send messages and make you think about yourself and what is around you. The Blind Side is a movie base on the book “The Blind Side: Evolution of a Game.” By Michael Lewis and the movie was release on November 09, 2009 it was written and directed by John Lee Hancock. The movie is a 2 hours and 10 minutes long and it made first place at the box office on the first…show more content…
The movie shows the true story of Michael Oher (Quinton Aaron), a homeless teenager who had a rough childhood as he didn’t know his father and in the other hand his mother was addicted to drugs. He was in and out of foster homes and at times living on the streets. Leigh Anne (Sandra Bullock) the mother of a Wingate High School student, and wife of the owner of several Taco Bell, finds out about Michael’s situation and invites him to stay the night at their home after finding him siting under the rain without a safe place to spend the night. After a close relationship develops between Leigh Anne family and Michael, she makes her personal mission to make sure Michael has everything he needs emotionally and academically. At the end after a successful college football campaign Michael was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in the first round in 2009, fulfilling all his goals and dreams. I fell into my friends comfy leather chair not so happy to see this movies, then a strange thing happened, it moved along quickly and pulled me into the story and at the end it left me feeling inspired. The Blind Side is not a film about sport as I thought,but it was rewards of showing love and support. While watching the movie, I realize that there are good people out there and that we sometimes take from granted what we have around us. Most important it makes me understand that I should never judge anyone. Sometimes people that have less than us have a dream to become something and they only need a little
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