Forrest Gump

by BROOKE KESTLY

Staff Writer

Forrest Gump was made in 1994, and is an outstanding film. The film rating for this film was 8.8/10. The film scored 72% on Rotten Tomatoes. The genre is drama film/comedy drama. The film uses narrative form and great techniques to achieve an emotional connection between the audience and protagonist Forrest Gump. Many people enjoyed this film because there are many memorable quotes from the film that people still use today. (Run, Forrest, Run!) Forrest Gump is funny, entertaining, and makes us feel good by the end (which is what a good film is supposed to do). People also love this film because of the historical events. They referred to the Vietnam War. The main character Forrest went into the Vietnam War. The story of Forrest Gump is told in a very breathtaking way because it is a breathtaking story. Out of everything in the film, the most memorable thing in the film is the music. The most popular song is called “For What it is Worth” by Buffalo Springfield. The song was made in 1966. The director’s vision all came together because he chose the right actors, the story was appealing, the visuals were very descriptive, the design of the film was magnificent, and the music is one of the most memorable items of the film. The most popular quote that is still used today is, “Life is like a box of chocolates, you never know what you’re gonna get”. All in all, Forrest Gump is an outstanding film.

 

One thought on “Forrest Gump

  1. Yes brooke forrest gump was a great movie you never know what you are going to get until you bite into the chocolate or make a phone call 362 6227

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