ALL THINGS WAR HORSE…!






Hello!

Today is our day to celebrate Christmas with Hubby’s daughters.  Hubby wants to see War Horse but I’m a bit nervous that the movie will make me very sad…

If any of you are like me, I thought I would post the blogs I’ve read about the movie.  So, if you decide not to see it (you should go…), at least you will know a lot about it.

But, please don’t be a fraidycat like me.  Please go and enjoy it!

 

FIRST BLOG ABOUT WAR HORSE THAT I READ (click here to see the article)

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AN INTERVIEW WITH THE TRAINER OF THE WAR HORSES FOR THE MOVIE

This article was sent to me… Of course, I love this kind of stuff so I’m passing it onto you!

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4 comments have been posted...

  1. rose

    I scoured the internet for spoilers to find out the end of the movie. I am a wuss. I can’t even watch the trailers for it.

  2. Jane

    Dawn, it is a wonderful movie, yes, there are sad parts in it but all in all it’s great! I will see it again and when it comes out in DVD I will buy it and add it to my horse movie collection. Wonderful story and good ending!!! Do see it! :-)

  3. sue tyrkus

    Afraid that I’m with you, Dawn. I will read the book, so that I can wail in private, or just skip the really hard parts. I would like to see the stage play, having heard that it is magnificent. (and it would be less realistic than the movie…what a wimp!)

  4. nancy

    If it is any consolation, Dawn, I can’t see these movies because I end up in the “tear state” of “gulping” which is so not pretty.

    I can’t even watch “Dumbo” with getting to the gulping stage. “Marley and Me”? I tried – ended up gulping.

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