â€œâ€¦and this little part of my life, I call it happyness.â€
That was the quote said by Chris Gardner, roled by Will Smith, in the end of the movie. I watched it just 2 hours ago at my friendâ€™s home. This movie successfully controlled my emotion along with the progression of the scenes. I was about to cry. But my tears couldnâ€™t really fallâ€”I donâ€™t know. Usually itâ€™s so easy for me to splash my tears everywhere when I watch sad movies or read sad storiesâ€¦ha-ha.
Yeah it was a great movie. Based on true story about the man who tried hard to pursue happiness. So many unfortunate things come to his lifeâ€”even once he and his son had to sleep in terminalâ€™s toiletâ€”but in the end he successfully build his career in being stock broker. Though I still have no idea why itâ€™s titled â€˜happynessâ€™, not â€˜happinessâ€™. Whatâ€™s the meaning of the â€˜yâ€™?
Will Smith played with his son, Christopher Smith and this 5 years old child was soooooooooooooooo cuteâ€¦!!! He will be a great man just like his Papa. Hohâ€¦ I always like Will Smith. Even though Iâ€™ve just seen some of his movies. Especially in I am Legend. Itâ€™s justâ€¦oh I donâ€™t know. His face, his charisma, his expression, his body language, and all the way he acts, it deeply attracts me. Furthermore, he reminds me to someone. Somebody successfully crowded up my mind with something unimportant, long long time ago at junior high school.
Dark-skinned men always have their own aura. For me, they are interesting in their own way. They always look stronger, more mature, more charismatic, look like they always ready with everything they gonna face in life. Oh of course NOT ALL the â€˜dark menâ€™ seem so, but yeahâ€”many of them.
Hmmâ€¦still on my way of pursuing happynessâ€¦hohoho