#shareitsaturday / why is everyone telling me to go see this movie??

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Soooo, everywhere I turn the past couple of days it seems people are telling me,

“GO SEE THIS MOVIE!”

Just 15 minutes ago, Brian and I are finishing up our date night at Home Depot (whuuut, doesn’t everyone go to the local home improvement store on your date nights???).

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The friendly clerk randomly says to us, “Hey, there’s a movie you should go see – it’s called Hidden Figures!”

And I tell him he’s the 10th person that’s told me this. As he’s talking he gets chill bumps on his arms. No joke. Funny thing, we weren’t even talking about movies or the weather or anything random. We were discussing the bathroom vanity we wanted to purchase that they didn’t have in stock.

And he decides to tell us to see this movie.

Brian and I don’t really watch movies, but I’m guessing we’re gonna schedule a time this week (maybe even sneak in a matinee, who knows!) to go see this movie.

Here’s the preview and this is based on a true story, so I’m pretty excited.

Warning – I’m not one for sharing things on my blog with wordy dirds (that’s what we call bad words) and this has 2 of them. Close your ears.

 

Have you seen Hidden Figures yet? What did you think?

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10 comments

  1. Great movie. A friend wanted to see it for her birthday. So we went Wednesday. There is some profanity. Check the PluggedIn review of it. But it is a really good movie. Gives you a sense of what life was like then. And to realize in some ways we haven’t come as far as we think we have.

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    • Definitely not taking the kids on this one. I could tell from the previews that it is so real and like our current culture. I hope it opens eyes and helps us see things in a new light.

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      • Not taking the kids is probably a good call. We did have my friend’s kids with us (11yo boy, 14 you girl). It is so accurate that it is partially a history lesson. For all of us.

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  2. Up there with one of the best movies I’ve ever seen! We went today. I cried and cried that our country could be so cruel but the triumph and the perseverance that reigns supreme actually caused applause at the end! I can’t remember the last movie I saw where people applauded! ❤ Go! You’ll be ever so glad you did!

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