Pete Reviews Penguin Lost

Penguin Lost by Andrey Kurkov

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Write 6 words you would put on this book if it were in the “Blind Date With A Book” shelf.
Penguins, Politics, Arm Wrestling, Cremation, Love.

Any particular reason for choosing this book? I read Death and The Penguin and thought if this, the sequel, was as good it would be worth reading.

Genre: Satire/Mystery

What did you think of the cover art? Brilliant. It would make a great poster or T-shirt (Cover Artist: Pablo Armago).

Who was your favorite character and why? Viktor because of his enduring desire to return Misha to his natural home and I enjoyed his dry sense of humor.

Who was your least favorite character and why? Bim because he was so deceptive.

Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while? It began exactly where Death and The Penguin left off and left no holes in the story.

Was it plot or character driven? A deft balance of both: the characters were all crucial to the plot.

What did you think of the ending? It warmed my heart and put a smile on my face.

What was the moral of the story? Only make promises if you’re absolutely certain you can deliver.

Did you learn anything? Statistically; the higher your IQ, the longer you will live.

Favorite quote:
Lyosha: “True love?”
Viktor: “Better than that – fate!”

Have you read other books by the same author? I’ll definitely keep an eye out for any books by Andrey Kurkov from now on. Check out my review of Death and The Penguin.

Would you like to see it adapted into a film? I wouldn’t hesitate to watch it if it was adapted to film, but it would have to be loyal to the book.

Song/Soundtrack Recommendations: The Funeral Tango

Who would you recommend it to? Andrey Kurkov fans or anyone who has ever felt a little lost in any way.

Number of unknown words: 2

Beer pairing: Baltika’s Porter

Recipe: Bim’s Border Clash cocktail: Vodka, Soy Sauce, and ½ a lemon.

What music would you like to have played at your wake?

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The Family Reviews Adventures In Zambezia

Adventures In Zambezia

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Describe it in 25 words or less.

Pete: A young falcon goes in search of adventure despite his father’s attempts to protect him.

Brigette: A young bird must figure out where he belongs in the world.

Morgan: A rebellious young falcon flies away to the bustling city of Zambezia to live a more ‘fun’ life.

Gable: A rebellious young bird goes to Zambezia to escape from the strict rules that his father puts him under.

Genre:

Pete: Family Animation/Action/Adventure

Brigette: Family/Animated

Morgan: Family/Comedy/Animated

Gable: Family/Action

Who was your favorite character and why?

Pete: Kai because he was brave enough to try and make it on his own.

Brigette: Gogo because you don’t see enough strong, older female characters these days.

Morgan: Ezee, because he was funny.

Gable: I didn’t have a favorite character. They were all somewhere between favorite and least favorite or they were my least favorite.

Who was your least favorite character and why?

Pete: Budzo because he was so scary and unforgiving.

Brigette: Tendai because he let fear rule his life.

Morgan: Budzo, because he was cruel.

Gable: Budzo because he was evil.

Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while?

Pete: The start was very action packed and the rest of the film lived up to it.

Brigette: The opening scene was extremely exciting and caught my interest right away and the storyline made the rest of the film very watchable.

Morgan: It was action packed right from the start and still had me the whole way through.

Gable: Grabbed me immediately and turned out to be way better than I thought it would be.

Favorite quote:

Pete & Morgan: “Zambezia is more than a place, it’s an idea that ALL of us are important!” – Kai

Brigette: “Someday you’re going to have to look after yourself…because no one else will.” – Tendai

Gable: “I’m allergic to danger.” – Ezee

How was the soundtrack?

Brigette: Very well suited to the film. You can listen to it on Rdio or we’ve put it on our Spotify as well.

How was the ending?

Pete: Edge-of-your-seat stuff and the unraveling of the truth made for an excellent ending.

Brigette: Happy and a little bit open-ended.

Morgan: Lovely.

Gable: Happy.

What was the moral of the story?

Pete: Be honest with those that are close to you.

Brigette: Sometimes you need to let your kids fail in order for them to learn.

Morgan: Sometimes you do need a bit of change.

Gable: If you do what you feel is best for yourself, you will find yourself where you feel is best for you.

Who would you recommend it to?

Pete: Families or individuals that enjoy action packed animated films. Bird lovers might enjoy it too.

Brigette: Families with children who think their parents are too strict.

Morgan: Teenagers, bird lovers and anyone who liked “Rio” the film.

Gable: Fans of the film Rio, ornithologists, and people who like the idea of a city inside a tree.

Craft/Activity: Do some basket weaving.

Color Palette: (Morgan’s specialty)

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Beer pairing: (Pete’s specialty) Two Bird’s Sunset Ale

Favorite Architectural Detail: (Pete’s other specialty)
Mushana’s: Your Place in The Sun

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How do you define community?

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Pete and Brigette Review Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy

Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy

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Describe it in 25 words or less.

Pete: A male news reporter’s job is challenged by a female in the chauvinistic 1970′s.

Brigette: A man must adjust to changing times in his workplace.

Any particular reason for choosing this film?

Pete: I’m a huge Will Ferrell fan.

Brigette: We missed this film when it first came out and really wanted to see Anchorman 2 but figured we’d be remiss not seeing this one first.

Genre:

Pete & Brigette: Comedy

Who was your favorite character and why?

Pete: Ron Burgundy because just about every time he spoke I laughed.

Brigette: Brick because I just love characters who are a little off but genuinely good-hearted.

Who was your least favorite character and why?

Pete: Public News Anchor (played by Tim Robbins), because of his sneaky tactics.

Brigette: Champ because he confused me.

How was the casting?

Pete: Amazing: the cast of cameos is one of the best.

Brigette: I have a bit of a love/hate relationship with Will Ferrell. There are some films where his style of comedy really irks me, but there are ones like this one when I find him really funny. I think the other cast members make a big difference. This was one of the best comedic casts I’ve seen in a while.

Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while?

Pete: IMMEDIATELY; and I laughed my way through the entire film.

Brigette: It had me at Bill Kurtis’s narration. It was a great mix of silly and entertaining.

Favorite quote:

Pete: “I immediately regret this decision!” – Ron

Brigette: “We’ve been coming to the same party for twelve years now, and in no way is that depressing.” – Ron

Is it part of a series and have you seen the rest of the series?

Pete: The filmmakers compiled so many extra scenes and sub-plots that a second film entitled Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie (2004) (V) was edited together and included in the 2-disc Anchorman: Special Edition.
We plan on watching Anchorman 2 very soon.

How was the soundtrack?

Brigette: Very funky indeed. We’ve put the music from the film on Spotify, Grooveshark and Rdio. And for a very special treat, we’ve included the jazz flute scene and the Afternoon Delight music video!

Would you watch it again?

Brigette: Yes, I would watch this whenever I needed a good laugh.

How was the ending?

Pete: It put a smile on your face, the lead up was intense and hilarious.

Brigette: A little cheesily happy.

What was the moral of the story?

Pete: Always be prepared for change.

Brigette: Sometimes unwelcome change brings unexpected rewards.

Who would you recommend it to?

Pete: Fans of parody films and quality comedy from Will Ferrell.

Brigette: Anyone who likes their comedies super silly.

Won’t Eat Their Cereal Opportunity: Ron Burgundy Won’t Eat His Cereal

Recipe: Fondue Party Menu

Beer Pairing: (Pete’s specialty) Alesmith’s Old Numbskull

Favorite Architectural Detail: (Pete’s other specialty)
Escupimos en su Alimento Mexican restaurant interior.

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Tell us about a time when unwelcome change brought you unexpected reward.

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Brigette Reviews The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time

The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time by Mark Haddon

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Describe it in 25 words or less. An artist’s interpretation of a teen-aged boy with Asperger syndrome.

Who was your favorite character and why? Siobhan because she seemed to be the only person in the book who could deal with people that had difficulties in this world with aplomb.

Who was your least favorite character and why? Christopher’s mother because she had too difficult a time dealing with her life.

Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while? It grabbed me immediately with the incident being at the start and it kept my interest because although I could not relate most of the characters, I still felt a strong attachment to them.

What did you think of the ending? Slightly unrealistic, but full of hope.

What was the moral of the story? You can do anything you set your mind to.

Favorite quote: “I like dogs. You always know what a dog is thinking. It has four moods. Happy, sad, cross and concentrating. Also, dogs are faithful and they do not tell lies because they cannot talk.” – Christopher

Would you like to see it adapted into a film? It was adapted into a play in 2012 and has been optioned by Warner Bros. I think it was far more interesting to read than anything they could put in a film; you just can’t get into a character’s head like that in a film.

Who would you recommend it to? Anyone who has a high functioning autistic child or anyone interested in learning more about high functioning autistic individuals. It is also an extremely easy read, so if you need something you could get through really quick, this is the book for you.

Number of unknown words: 1

Craft/Activity: Solve Christopher’s favorite maths problem.

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*If you’d like the solution, please email me at chaptersandscenes[at]hotmail[dot]com.

Recipe: Gobi Aloo Sag with red food coloring

How do you think you would fare dealing with someone with autism?

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Morgan Reviews E. Aster Bunnymund And The Warrior Eggs At The Earth’s Core!

E. Aster Bunnymund and the Warrior Eggs at the Earth’s Core! by William Joyce

Write 6 words you would put on this book if it were in the “Blind Date With A Book” shelf. Eggs, Chocolate, Imagination, Love, Friendship, Help

Color Palette:

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Genre: Children/Fantasy/Action

Who was your favorite character and why? E. Aster Bunnymund because he was quick-thinking and funny.

Who was your least favorite character and why? Pitch, because he was evil.

Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while? It grabbed me immediately and I was intrigued the whole way through.

Was it plot or character driven? A good mix of both.

What did you think of the ending? Perfect!

What was the moral of the story? Love and friendship are very powerful things.

Favorite quote: “…fear was an enemy that must always be conquered.” –Narrator

What would you change? The title. I would take the exclamation mark out of it.

Have you read other books in the series? Yes, I am reading the whole Guardians series. Check out my review of Nicholas St. North And The Battle Of The Nightmare King.

Who would you recommend it to? Those who have read the first book (Nicholas St. North and the Battle of The Nightmare King) or those who like Easter and fantasy.

Number of unknown words: 4

Craft/Activity: Make your own dazzling egg.

What is a stronger weapon: Love or Fear?

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Brigette Reviews Her Fearful Symmetry

Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger

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Describe it in 25 words or less. OR Write 6 words you would put on this book if it were in the “Blind Date With A Book” shelf. London, Twins, Cemetery, Souls, Haunting, Love

Who was your favorite character and why? Martin because his heart was always in the right place even if his mind wasn’t.

Who was your least favorite character and why? Elspeth because she was so incredibly selfish.

Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while? Was it worth the wait? The pace of the first half of the book is very slow and seems very weighed down by detail. It eventually picks up but goes in a direction I didn’t enjoy.

What did you think of the ending? Very dissatisfying.

What was the moral of the story? Be careful what you wish for.

Favorite quote: “Martin knew that there were two realities: the actual one and the felt one.”

What would you change? The enormous amount of detail especially about London.

Have you read other books by the same author? I read Audrey Niffenegger’s first novel, The Time Traveler’s Wife, and if you expect the same thing, you’ll be sorely disappointed. Niffenegger does, however, maintain her talent for making imperfect characters loveable and extraordinary situations believable.

Would you like to see it adapted into a film? I would actually like to see this book made into a film if for no other reason than to “see” all that detail.

Who would you recommend it to? To people who like ghost stories with heart preferably with a keen interest in London.

Number of unknown words: 14

Craft/Activity: How to use a ouija board.

Recipe: Chicken Tikka Masala and Saag Aloo

Who would you want to haunt you?

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The Family Reviews Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Who Framed Roger Rabbit

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Describe it in 25 words or less.

Pete: A real life detective, who has a mistrust of cartoons, reluctantly helps a cartoon rabbit who has been accused of murder.

Brigette: A detective who hates toons must help one clear his name.

Morgan: Cartoons and real-life combined.

Gable: A detective and a “toon” work together to solve a crime.

Genre:

Pete: Animated & Real-Life Comedy/Crime

Brigette: Comedy/Crime/Drama

Morgan: Comedy/Drama/Family

Gable: Drama/Animated

Who was your favorite character and why?

Pete: Eddie Valiant because he overcomes his grudge and ends up being a hero.

Brigette: Roger Rabbit because his goal in life was to make people happy by making them laugh.

Morgan: Dumbo, just because he was so cute!

Gable: Roger Rabbit because he was funny.

Who was your least favorite character and why?

Pete: Judge Doom because he was deceptive and overly idealistic about freeways.

Brigette: Judge Doom because he was greedy and mean.

Morgan: Judge Doom, because he was cruel.

Gable: Judge Doom because he was creepy and evil (and that’s not a good mix!).

Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while?

Pete: It was immediately attention grabbing because of both plot and animation/real life combination. It was entertaining throughout every minute and felt like it lasted longer than 104 minutes.

Brigette: It is such an incredibly fun and imaginative film that got my attention immediately and kept it the whole time.

Morgan: Grabbed me immediately and was pretty intense.

Gable: The fact that the animations are mixed with the real actors is so amazing. It looks cool. At first, it looked like it was going to be lame but it turned out to be really intense.

Favorite quote:

Pete: “I’m not bad, I’m just drawn that way.” – Jessica Rabbit

Brigette: “Here’s to the pencil pushers. May they all get lead poisoning.” – Eddie Valiant

Morgan & Gable: “A laugh can be a very powerful thing. Why, sometimes in life, it’s the only weapon we have.” – Roger Rabbit

How was the soundtrack?

Brigette: The film is very well scored by Alan Silvestri with just the right mix of cartoon and 50′s cop drama. You can listen to it on YouTube here. We’ve put the songs in the film on Grooveshark for your listening pleasure.

Would you watch it again?

Pete: This is one of the very few films I would actually consider purchasing so I could watch whenever I wanted to.

Brigette: This wasn’t my first time watching it, so I suppose there could always be another and I have a little soft spot for this film after having worked Roger Rabbit’s Cartoon Spin one summer at Disneyland.

Gable: Even though I would know what the ending was like, I bet it would still be enjoyable. Somehow, it just would be. It was that great of a film.

How does the film compare to the book?

Pete: Not sure, but after finding out that it was actually based on Gary K. Wolf’s novel “Who Censored Roger Rabbit?”, I plan to find out.

Brigette: It seems that Disney did their usual trick of turning Gary K. Wolf’s very adult novel into a family friendly film.

Is it part of a series and have you seen the rest of the series?

Gable: It looks like there is a Who Framed Roger Rabbit 2 in progress. I can’t wait to see it!

How was the ending?

Pete: Action packed, intense, touching, and entertaining.

Brigette & Morgan: Happy.

Gable: What anyone would expect from a Disney movie.

What was the moral of the story?

Pete: Making someone laugh is a very powerful gift.

Brigette: Laughter is the best medicine.

Morgan: Sometimes you have to face your fears to save those you care about.

Who would you recommend it to?

Pete: Anyone who loves animation mixed in with crime noir and comedy.

Brigette: Anyone who used to (or still does) imagine cartoons as real actors.

Morgan: Disney fans, detective lovers, Toon-Town lovers, cartoon lovers, or Roger Rabbit fans.

Gable: Disney movie and Roger Rabbit fans. Also people who love Toon-Town and like the idea of animations and reality in the same film.

Won’t Eat Their Cereal Moment: Jessica Rabbit Won’t Eat Her Cereal

Recipe: Carrot Cake

Craft/Activity: Make disappearing ink.

Color Palette: (Morgan’s specialty)

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Beer pairing: (Pete’s specialty) Rockslide Brewing’s Rabbit Ear Amber Ale

Favorite Architectural Detail: (Pete’s other specialty)
The Ink And Paint Club

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What makes you laugh?

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Pete and Brigette Review The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

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Describe it in 25 words or less.

Pete: The second in the series of science fiction dystopian romance films.

Brigette: The second film in the Hunger Games series.

Genre:

Pete: Science Fiction/Dystopian Romance

Brigette: Drama/Action

Who was your favorite character and why?

Pete: Haymitch simply because of his dry wit.

Brigette: Haymitch because he was the most believable character.

Who was your least favorite character and why?

Pete: President Snow because he is such power-hungry maniac.

Brigette: Katniss because she has built up too many walls around her making her very inaccessible, let alone likeable. I would hope there is more depth to the book version of Katniss.

Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while? Was it worth the wait?

Pete: It grabbed me immediately however it did feel a little flat after about 20 minutes in.

Brigette: I went into it with high expectations but I was severely disappointed.

Favorite quote:

Pete:
Peeta: “See Katniss, the way the whole “friend” thing works is that you have to tell each other the deep stuff.”
Katniss: “The deep stuff?”
Peeta: “Yeah.”
Katniss: “Like what?”
Peeta: “Like… what’s your favorite color?”
Katniss: “Oh, now you’ve stepped over the line.”

Brigette: “Nobody ever wins the games. Period. There are survivors. There’s no winners.” – Haymitch

What would you change?

Pete: I’m not exactly sure what it was, but this film lacked any real “punch”. Maybe I would cut a few scenes and make it more intense.

Brigette: The dialog. It all felt forced and halting.

How was the soundtrack?

Brigette: The score by is very well suited to the film and you can listen to it on Youtube here. The soundtrack has a little something for everyone (only 4 of the songs on the soundtrack appear in the film, mostly during the end credits). From what I’ve heard, it is more of a soundtrack for the book. We’ve put it on Spotify and Grooveshark for you to listen to for yourself!

How does the film compare to the book?

Brigette: It is rare for me to watch a film knowing it is based on a book and not want to read it, but this is one of those rare instances for me.

Is it part of a series and have you seen the rest of the series?

Brigette: I did watch the first film (The Hunger Games) in the series and enjoyed it slightly more than this one. I’m really disappointed in this trend to split the last book in the series into 2 films but I will still watch the next last 2 films in the series in the hopes that there is some redeeming factor to the whole thing.

How was the ending?

Pete: Totally set up for the next installment and that annoyed me more than anything.

Brigette: A cliffhanger to ensure sales for the next film.

What was the moral of the story?

Pete: Look at the bigger picture; sometimes the enemy is not right in front of you.

Brigette: Sometimes you win the battle only to start a war.

Who would you recommend it to?

Pete: Anyone who enjoyed the first Hunger Games film.

Brigette: Reality TV fans.

Won’t Eat Their Cereal Opportunity: Jennifer Lawrence Won’t Eat Her Cereal

Recipe: Ipecac Cocktail

Craft/Activity: Knit Katniss’ Cowl

Beer Pairing: (Pete’s specialty)
This one was actually in the movie and was definitely the highlight for me: Firestone Walker’s Bravo Barley Wine

Favorite Architectural Detail: (Pete’s other specialty)
The caboose of the tour train.

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Tell us about a time when winning turned out to be more of a curse than a blessing.

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Morgan Reviews Nicholas St. North and The Battle of The Nightmare King

Nicholas St. North and The Battle of The Nightmare King by William Joyce and Laura Geringer

Write 6 words you would put on this book if it were in the “Blind Date With A Book” shelf. Magic, Children, Wizards, Moon, Believing, Spells

Color Palette:

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Any particular reason for choosing this book? Gable read this book a while ago, and when she read the third book in this series, Toothiana: Queen Of The Tooth Fairy Armies by William Joyce, she said I could probably relate. So I decided to read the entire series.

Genre: Children/Fantasy

Who was your favorite character and why? Probably the Lunar Lamas because they sounded happy and sweet and quiet.

Who was your least favorite character and why? Pitch because he was a complete jerk.

Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while? It grabbed me immediately but didn’t have me the whole way through. It just wasn’t my thing.

Was it plot or character driven? A bit of both.

What did you think of the ending? Happy but not completely satisfying.

What was the moral of the story? If you believe in something, it will come true.

Favorite quote: “Knowledge without wisdom, can get a bit messy.” –Ombric

What would you change? The excessive (and sometimes pointless) use of exclamation marks!!!!!

How does the book compare to the film? I have seen the film “Rise of The Guardians” which is co-directed by Joyce himself, but it appears to be based on the whole series of books. So far I liked the film much better.

Who would you recommend it to? To those who like lots of exclamation marks and children who like simple, magical stories.

Number of unknown words: 7

Recipe: Rich Hot Cocoa

How do you protect the children in your life?

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The Family Reviews Tuck Everlasting

Tuck Everlasting

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Describe it in 25 words or less.

Pete: A family attempt to prevent their century-old secret from being discovered.

Brigette: A young girl must choose the best way live her life.

Morgan: A girl that wants to be different finds a family who is.

Gable: A girl learns the secret of an unusual family.

Any particular reason for choosing this film?

Brigette: It is on the girls TBR list and I find that it is often best watch the film BEFORE reading the book.

Genre:

Pete: Drama/Romance

Brigette: Family

Morgan: Family/Drama

Who was your favorite character and why?

Pete: Winnie Foster because of her independence and strong will.

Brigette: Angus Tuck because he was wise and kind.

Morgan: Winnie, because she wanted to be different.

Gable: Winnie Foster because I could relate to her the most.

Who was your least favorite character and why?

Pete: The Man In The Yellow Suit because of his greed.

Brigette: The Man In The Yellow Suit because he was selfish and destructive.

Morgan: The Anonymous Man in The Yellow Suit, because he was greedy.

Gable: The anonymous man in the yellow suit because he freaked me the heck out!

How was the casting?

Pete: Had some exceptional talent such as Alexis Bledel, Ben Kingsley, William Hurt, Sissy Spacek, Amy Irving.

Did it grab you immediately or did it take a while?

Pete: It grabbed me immediately and was a lot more interesting than I thought it would be.

Brigette: It draws you in from the first words spoken.

Morgan: It grabbed me immediately, and had me interested the whole way through.

Gable: At first, I didn’t quite understand. But when I figured everything out, it was a very touching and unique story.

Favorite quote:

Pete: Angus Tuck to Winnie Foster: “There’s one thing I’ve learned about people: many will do anything, ANYTHING, not to die and they’ll do anything to keep from living their life.”

Brigette: “For some, time passes slowly. An hour can seem an eternity. For others there’s never enough.” – Narrator

Morgan: “Don’t be afraid of death, Winnie, be afraid of the unlived life. You don’t have to live forever, you just have to live.” – Angus Tuck

Gable: “I need a new name. One that isn’t all worn out from being called so much.” – Winnie

How was the soundtrack?

Brigette: The film was beautifully scored by William Ross. You can listen to some of it on YouTube here.

How was the ending?

Pete: Unexpected and thought provoking.

Brigette: Bittersweet and thought-provoking.

Morgan: Good, but sad.

Gable: Very touching. I almost cried.

What was the moral of the story?

Pete: Make the most of every day.

Brigette: Live all the days of your life to the fullest.

Morgan: Live life to it’s fullest.

Gable: Enjoy your time with your loved ones while they are alive.

Who would you recommend it to?

Pete: Young (at heart) romantics.

Brigette: Everyone; it’s a great reminder.

Morgan: Young girls (or anybody, really) who feel the need to be different.

Gable: People who have had a loved one die and people who liked the film Titanic.

Won’t Eat Their Cereal Moment: Scott Bairstow Won’t Eat His Cereal

Color Palette: (Morgan’s specialty)

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Beer pairing: (Pete’s specialty) Fifty-Fifty Brewing’s Everlasting Hopstopper IPA

Favorite Architectural Detail: (Pete’s other specialty)
The Tuck’s House

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How do you live life to the fullest?

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