Friday, October 30, 2015

Timed writing 3

Instructions Not Included is my favorite movie because it has comedy but also it has a very sad scenes, especially the ending. This movie has one of my favorite Latino actor, Eungenio Derbez. I think anyone who watches and has watched this movie really likes it. I never get bored of watching this movie.
The movie is about a single Latino dad,  who has a white daughter and her mom left them because she thought she wouldn't be able to raise a daughter. Later on the mom comes back and wants to take her daughter from Valentin, the dad, and this really scares him. Both parents fight to convince the little girl, Maggie, to chose who she wants to live with. The ending is very sad though because unfortunately, the little girl dies. What I love about this movie is how it shows how much Valentin goes through just to be a good father for Maggie and the love that he has for her is very noticeable.
I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone. It will make you laugh and cry all at the same time. Not only will it entertain you but it can also teach you many valuable lessons. 



I like this song because it's a very nice song and it always gets me in a good mood whenever I listen to it. It also reminds me a lot of this summer because I listened to it a lot and it brings back good memories.


This song is also my favorite song because it's a very catchy song and every time they play this song I love to sing along to it. The lyrics of the song is also something I really like. Something I like about the music video is the way Drake dances: it's funny to watch.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Timed writing #2

My favorite book Frankenstein. I really liked Frankenstein because I found it a very interesting story. I liked how every character has different opinions and ways of doing things in the story because it was what made me get into the story. I also liked how everyone has different opinions on who is to blame for the deaths that the monster caused. It has a lot of plot twists and that is what I really enjoyed. I remember first reading this story in my school and I immediately got engaged to it.