Edward Scissorhands

18 Dec

Today we watched the movie Edward Scissorhands in class. It’s a film about a “boy” with siccors instead of normal hands.  He lives in a castle all by him self, but one day a woman shows up to sell some makeup. She feels sorry for him, and brings him home to live with her family. The boy is called Edward and he is really clumsy because he don’t have hands. 

Edward gets really popular among the neighbours, as he is an amazing gardener and cuts their hair. He likes to get to know people, and falls in love with a girl. The only problem is that she has a boyfriend. He tries his best to impress her, and while doing this he gets in to trouble. If you want to know how it ends I think you should see the movie.

I really like the film. Its not boring at all and has a great moral. It shows that everyone is different, but you can still be friends. It also shows how people judge each other and make up rumors. Edward Scissorhands is a great film to see during the Christmas holiday. 

Here is the link to the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eq2PPFUhfpo


3 Responses to “Edward Scissorhands”

  1. Brian Hobbs 19/12/2012 at 21:40 #

    Hello, this is Brian again.
    I was wondering if American movies were common in your country or if this was something special for the class. Regardless, I am glad you had an opportunity to see this movie, I had also enjoyed watching it a few years ago.

    • englishsandvika 29/12/2012 at 22:23 #

      Yes it is really common to watch American movies in Norway. We don’t really watch many norwegian movies, and they really don’t make many.

  2. Ann S. Michaelsen 20/12/2012 at 16:17 #

    Thank you! I’m glad you liked it. I enjoyed it as well. Great film and it certainly gives you something to think about!

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