I'd like to think that I have a vivid imagination that never ends. But after recently seeing Eddie Murphy's new movie, Imagine That, at the request of some house guests I have to admit that Olivia (Yara Shahidi) beats me on every level. The script may be old- divorced parents, a neglectful and overworking father- but the touches of Native American history (thanks to Thomas Haden Church,) a few of the Beatles songs and the Princess fairyland that Olivia daily takes her father to through her Goo-Gaa makes the film a worthwhile and very family friendly movie. It's cute and mildly humorous and even if Eddie Murphy didn't do so well in the box office with this one there is a strong moral evident throughout the storyline. Ha, Imagine That?
by Steven Escareno 6 years ago
In recent news, Eddie Murphy commented that there will not be another "Beverly Hills Cop" movie because, and I quote, the recent drafts for the script were rehashes of the previous films; thus he felt the script ideas that he was getting felt contrived and forced. Therefore, I...
by Wayne Brown 7 years ago
Can a person have too much imagination? Why or Why not?
by Prodio 4 years ago
What do we indicate to - when we use the word - real? Are imaginations real? Well - when we imagine - we are obviously doing/using something (materialists = electricity of the nervous system/ others = spirit).So - though the contents of a fantastic imagination might not be necessarily true...
by College politico 8 years ago
Recently I wrote a hub on faith and imagination. Since I was interested in hearing others opinions on how we should use faith in our imagination I started a thread on this forum. Unfortunately it was high-jacked and the topic at hand was not able to be discussed. So this is basically my second...
by Castlepaloma 6 years ago
Is Imagination our God?
by reymund 8 years ago
My imagination fulfills my dreams even though some of the things I wanted to be is impossible to come true. I have wanted to become a millionnaire, a star and trhe weirdest thing is that, I wanted to be a superhero. What about you?
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