Essay On Because Of Winn Dixie

394 words - 2 pages

Because of Winn Dixie Film Review:Yes, I enjoy watching the film very much. It is because It is funny without being too silly, and it has some very good moral for us to learn.Yes, my favorite character is Winn Dixie the dog because it is cute and it stays with Opal when she is lonely, it makes Opal not alone and is happy. I think it is a good and nice dog. Although I fear dogs but Winn Dixie is thoughtful and doesn't make me think scared.No one in the film I dislike, I think all the characters in the film are good.No, I don't think any character of the film identify with me.Yes, the film means something to me. It is: "You can't always change a bad past but you can make the present life better." Opal's mother left Opal and Opal's father. This make Opal's father very unhappy and always just can be a good preacher but cannot be a good father. But Winn Dixie's appear make he thinks clearly and at last Opal's father become a good father too.Yes, I think the music of the movie is match w...

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