Essay about A Bronx Tale

602 Words Apr 29th, 2013 3 Pages
A Bronx Tale It’s the sixties. Racism is running hot through the streets of New York. One neighborhood in particular, where one group of boys makes the choice that will change their lives and everyone’s around them forever. These boys are young, full of talent and smart. These boys choose to take all of what they had and throw it away. What happens to these boys next is something that you would not want to wish on anybody. Here these young talented boys cram into a car and ride to the African-American neighborhood. The boys toss burning bottle of alcohol through a glass window into a store. With burning bottles shattering left and right there is one that doesn’t break. This one bottle was tossed back into these boys car and there is …show more content…
Now about the boys in the car. Those boys were Calogero’s friends. They were boys he grew up with his whole life. That night Calogero was in the car but knew something was wrong. Just before he was about to throw away everything he had all the talent he possessed, Sonny pulled him out. At the time Calogero was angry but knew something was going to happen if he had stayed in that car. Sonny had saved his life. Calogero was horrified he had lost his friends but happy that he could live another day. Every day after that night Calogero used his talent and did great things for being a boy from the Bronx. A Bronx Tale is one of the best movies I have ever seen with one of greatest messages that everyone should remember. It is true that, “The saddest thing in life is wasted talent.” It is proven all over the world through terrorist, criminals and so many other people throughout the world. What will you do with what you have? Find what you are good at and remember that you could have all the talent in the world but if you don’t do good with it you will have
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