Forrest Gump is a 1994 Drama-Comedy based on the the 1986 novel written by Winston Groom. The film was created by Paramount pictures and was directed by Robert Zemeckis.
Forrest Gump an Alabama native who tells his life story while sitting on a bus stop bench to people who sit next to him. From playing football at Alabama, playing professional ping pong and even winning the Medal of Honor, Forrest has an amazing life. He has many opportunities that others wouldn't have to chance to have during his life.
There are many different themes to Forrest Gump. One is to take your opportunities. Forrest never said no to a new challenge or task. He accepted going into the Army when most men wouldn't step on the battle field. He used courage throughout his life. He didn't have the highest IQ, hearing this at school from a young age he persevered throughout his life. While being shot in Vietnam and breaking off his leg braces he has had to preserver to continue life. Being smart overall isn't what you need to succeed, take the opportunities and make a chose in the moment
Forrest Gump is the perfect movie for anyone in your household. It teaches many different life lessons. The movie takes you through many different times of his life which make it never boring. Forrest Gump has taught me to never give up. Forrest never gave up throughout his life, if he did his life would be much different. I learned that you should take your opportunities as you get them. Forrest didn't have the highest IQ, that didn't stop him. You don't have to be the smartest person to accomplish your life goals, it's about making it happen. Even during the worst times in your life, Forrest Gump has taught me things will always get better, it just takes time.
If you want a movie that never gets boring , leaves you on your seat and even crying, Forrest Gump is the movie for you. This has to be known as one of the greatest movies of all time.