Film Friday

January 23, 2015

Film: A Bug’s Life (1998)
Written By: John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton, Joe Ranft
Directed By: John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton

It’s been a while since some of us probably watched the awesome hit about ants taking on the grasshoppers. And most of the time we probably weren’t paying attention to the significant message the Pixar film was meant to depict. Size doesn’t matter. Yes! At the end of the day, there are always going to be bullies and people who will attempt to take advantage of you. However, with good friends, nobility, and a giant bird made of sticks and stones, it’s possible to invincible. People are often ashamed to say something, but it’s important to remember that the key to changing the world is to take one step further. Speak up. If you see something awful being done to someone else, stand up for them. No one is ever too weak to handle anything – the strength is always within.

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