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Anonymous on December 1, 2018 at 5:48 AM.

It’s really worth watching This movie has really a lot of potential to change culture in a positive way. I’d call it a “didactic” movie, intended to teach a moral lesson. Augie Pullman is a boy with a severe facial deformity, and after several years of being homeschooled, he’s ready to enter school with classmates who naturally keep a distance from him. It surprised me that the movie didn’t stay just with his viewpoint, but sometimes had sections of narration told from the perspectives of his close family and friends,…

Anonymous on December 1, 2018 at 6:07 AM.

A Wonderful Movie about Kindness for All Ages! A while back, I had heard that a movie named Wonder was coming out in theaters but I didn’t really know anything about it. Recently, my kids’ school started reading the book together so I decided to read it too. Once I heard what the book is about, I ordered the movie as well to watch after I finished reading the book (I’m a read the book before watching the movie kind of person!). My husband and I watched it last night and we both really enjoyed it!Wonder is the story of…

Anonymous on December 1, 2018 at 6:28 AM.

Excellent movie! Absolutely incredible story. I read the book as well as the additional Julian chapter and I thought this movie did the book justice. As a therapist who works with children, I think a movie (and a book) like this does so much good for awareness and de-stigmatizing people. It illustrates that just because people look different, does not mean they are different on the inside. It’s a beautiful beautiful story that is so well done. I own almost no movies because I usually rent them or see them once…