Movie Review: The Pursuit Of Happyness

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The Pursuit of Happyness caught my attention as an attractive movie, then an inspiring story, and now an inner power source of mine. Whenever there is a low mood sneaking nearby, I would watch it all over again to regain strength to fight. Great story makes great film, and great character gives soul to it. Chris Gardner is the spirit of the film that makes it classic to me. I felt grateful as Chris showed me what responsibility, perseverance and optimism are.
The first gift Chris gave me was the full interpretation of responsibility. When Chris Gardner got abandoned by his wife and became an on-and-off-homeless salesman with a five-year old son, he didn’t mess up with life. I see a matured and brave man. Although tears already blurred his eyes, he hold tightly of his son and didn’t forget to tell him knock-knock jokes. He knows the art of being a good father. The fatherhood became Chris’s power' class='brand-secondary'>power sources and reason to carry on even when life collapse. I haven’t become a father, but I think being responsible is common to man in every age. It is man’s nature to be protective to persons h...

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