Reviews by tree64
This book is a parody of "The Hunger Games" by Suzanne Collins. Though people might think this book would seem mean and mock the first series, when you read it, it won't seem that mean at all. If you've read "The Hunger Games," I would suggest that you read this book, because it is really fun comparing the plots and minor details of each book. This book is very clever and very funny.
This book is the second book in the Beyonders series by Brandon Mull. Although I felt like the first book dragged on and wasn't very exciting, this book really changed my view of the series. In contrast the the first book, this book did not drag on much at all, and I really enjoyed reading it. Near the end, I found myself wanting more, and though I know there will be a third and final book in the trilogy, it will seem like a long wait for me. Read it! Even if you didn't like the first book, you should still read this one!
Although this movie does not have much action, it addresses the issue of racism in Mississippi during the Civil Rights Movement. The movie was filmed surprisingly well, and before I watched it, I didn't not expect to get much from it. Instead, I further understood how big of a problem racism was, and how those who were the victims of the anger from racism felt. I would recommend that you watch this movie with your family, because it is very good.
Although this movie was made by the creators of "Despicable Me," it is not nearly as funny and interesting. The idea of this movie is okay, but compared to "Despicable Me," it is lousy. This movie is about when humans meet Easter bunnies, and about how the chicks want to become Easter bunnies. If you want a movie to entertain your children, this may do, but adults may not find it very interesting.
This movie was very touching, and it is very meaningful. It can be easily applied to our everyday lives, as what this movie talks about happens in our families a lot. You should watch this movie with your whole family, but especially with your father, because it is the role that this movie specifically focuses on. I highly recommend this film, and you will feel changed after you watch it.