We’ve watched the movie before but I forgot how much we enjoyed it. There are a few crude elements to it but nothing that diminishes the overall Christian theme of the movie.

I am a bit sentimental I guess, but I did find tears rolling down my cheeks again towards the end of this movie, even though I’ve seen it a number of times before. Plus, it’s a lot of fun and quite entertaining.

If you haven’t watched “The Bucket List”, or if it’s been a while, it’s a good movie to watch with the family. It’s all about the meaning of life, faith in God and the importance of family relations. It supports the beauty of the Christian truth, marriage and the meaninglessness of skepticism or atheism or selfishness.

Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman are both excellent in their portrayal of two older men of very different lifestyles who are both dying of cancer. I won’t ruin the movie for you if you haven’t seen it so that’s all I’ll say.

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