Maybe Our Rights Make Us Wrong




Everything in this movie was beautiful, amazing, great, ect. there’s so many things that you could describe it as, and I honestly feel as though it’s meaning is more than meets the eye; being that your physical appearance doesn’t matter, some people can and will fall for who you are-for what makes you yourself -and I honestly feel as though girls need a reminder of this twenty-four/seven- then in the ending when they didn’t put Wanda back but instead transferred her into a new body, I felt like crying -wait, my heart did that-, and at the very end when Melanie and her friends meet that other group that had a host that switched sides, I couldn’t take that and Wanda said ‘I guess you never know where you’re gonna find your home’ -I can’t find words, I want to but that’s mentally impossible- now out of all of this, I still have to do one thing; I need to read that book. 

Posted on April 21st at 3:55 PM
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