Friday, March 14, 2008

Horton Hears A Who


Do you have any plans for the weekend? If you don't, take my suggestion and bring the kids to see 'Horton Hears A Who'. What a great family movie! Our youngest two are out of school this week, so Paul and I surprised them by taking them this morning to the matinee.

We are giving it eight thumbs up!

Forgive me for reaching a bit, but I couldn't help but think that it had a wonderful pro-life message for everyone.

"A person's a person, no matter how small."

...and yes, I cried.

13 comments:

Cheri said...

Oh Yeah! I was already planning on taking my girls to it tomorrow!

Jennifer said...

I was wondering about it. I thought it looked good. I know my youngest wants to see it.
Did you hear we have sun today and it is above 50 degrees!!! Wonderful!
Smiles!

A Stone Gatherer said...

Thanks for the heads up! Both of my kids want to see it, so I guess we'll be going!

Mari said...

I think it looks like a great movie. Even though my kids are older, I love these kind. When I see it I will think of your pro-life message!

Fran said...

I love your heart Joanne! I can't wait to see the movie. :)

Hugs~
Fran

elizabeth embracing life said...

Thanks for the review. I think we will see this on our Spring Break. Do you think a two year old would like it?

Jenny said...

Your site is wonderful! You did a great job with it. It is neat how we both have "Meghan's" and around the same age too.

Sadly, I don't think I have your creative ability but do share your love of God!

Have a great weekend,
Jenny

Rebekah said...

this is the second good review I heard about this movie. Our spring break is coming up so this movie is on the list.

Stop by my blog... you won a copy of my sisters book. (yay) e-mail me your address and I'll send it out to you.

Chelle' said...

I KNOW I commented on this last night... I don't know why it's not here...

Anyway- this is what I said,

LOVED LOVED LOVED THE MOVIE.

Terri said...

Cheri told me that she saw it today and thought it was good too. I love the pro-life message. Too bad Hollywood didn't think of that when producing it.

LaskiGal said...

I'm going to see it this week. Yup, our "date" night will be spent watching a kiddie movie! Can't wait!

Sarah said...

I took my three boys, 14, 13 and 8 to see it yesterday, they all three loved it and so did I. I will second that 8 thumbs up~

Renee said...

We just went to see this today! It was wonderful! It was also the BLESSINGS first ever Movie Theater experience - I intend to write on it - but well... the current post - "Excuse me....." to precedence - I am sure you will understand why!
Sweet blessings!
Renee

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