My Sister's Keeper

5805 WordsApr 26, 201324 Pages
My Sister’s Keeper Based on the book by Jodi Picoult ACKNOWLEDGEMENT First and foremost, we would all like to thank the Man with the Big guns from above named God. We thank you the most for without you we would never be able to do the things we love in life. We would never be able to see and feel the great wonders of the world that you have made for us especially the friendship and love that you never fail to provide us. Thank you for that. To our teacher we thank you for giving us a chance to show you what we can do. For always teaching us the right things to improve in ourselves not only in our writing of essays in class but also in our own separate lives. You have helped us in so many ways but the most would be…show more content…
Although, when we are forced to face with such unlucky fate, we must make difficult decisions and sacrifices. The director purposely made the film so sincere that this film could be ranked as one of the very few movies guaranteed to make audiences cry! As audiences watch the film, carefully selected cast members definitely make them feel as if they were part of the Vassilivea Family and assure audiences could relate. As Anna, one of the main characters, puts it, ''I wasn't the result of a cheap bottle of wine or a full moon or the heat of the moment. I was born because a scientist managed to hook up my mother's eggs and my father's sperm to create a specific combination of precious genetic material.'' Though we cannot afford to encounter genetically engineered babies every day, doesn’t mean we can’t also experience the safe effects, that’s why the director produced this astonishing film using all of his talented skills. PRODUCTION It's a sad fact that innocent, great kids can get cancer, and few movies have really dug into this tragic corner of life the way My Sister's Keeper does. But rather than search for any real emotional truths or demand dynamic performances from its talented cast, the movie just hijacks your tear ducts from the word "go." Odds are you'll cry during this movie, but you might be too confused by the time-jumping narrative, too busy wondering how many pop song montages they
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