watch the film "pay it forward" and tell me what you think...

Philippines
August 14, 2008 1:41am CST
it's a story of a kid wanting to make a difference. his idea was simple, to help three people (not expecting anything)and this three people will do the same. kind of idealistic but can this really work?
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• United States
17 Aug 08
It was okay until the end. I didn't agree with that, lol. That was way too messed up. You know there's this joke in Hollywood that says that animals shouldn't be your supporting character and you shouldn't off kids, lol. I really like the whole concept of the movie because that is something that I truly believe in. It only takes one person to make a difference by sharing their differences.
• Philippines
17 Aug 08
one of the movies which has good content and a message to convey. have you watched forrest gump? it's another good movie...
@deebomb (15322)
• United States
14 Aug 08
This is one of my favorite movies. It is a great story about how one little boy changed the lives around him. II think that it a possibility that it would work if every one wanted it to. But the reality is as you saw at the end of the movie some people just like to be where they are. I cry every time I see this movie. The ending was great in that it showed all the live that were touched by Trevor McKinney. But it was also sad the Trevor lost his life in saving a friend from bullies. When I looked to see the names of the characters I learned that there is an organization call Timebank that finds ways for you to give your time that suit who you are and meet the needs of the world we live in. Also a pay it forward campaign was started in October of 2005 at the Syracuse University and has spread to the mainstream Syracuse society. it is also been started at other schools. So just maybe this idea can eally work http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pay_It_Forward
• Philippines
15 Aug 08
it is indeed sad that people also are now being skeptic with change and new ideas. the film moved me in that i think it it is not the big things but the life around us and those we get to keep in touch with that matters. to have lost a life of a kid to bullies who are also of the same age age is kind of alarming though. violence started at a very young age. sad.