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Customer Reviews | 6 reviews | 4.5 out of 5

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8/17/2008

Customer review by MovieCollector635

5.0 stars 8/17/2008 by MovieCollector635
by MovieCollector635

This is a great movie. It really tears at your heart strings. Will Smith and his son are so great in this movie. The script is well written and well acted. There is nothing bad I can say about this movie.

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MovieCollector635
Moreno Valley, CA
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:18 - 24
Ownership:2 - 3 months
Gender:Female
Usage:A few times per year
The movie is great and so is the quality.
10/3/2014

Customer review by CFFORD

5.0 stars 10/3/2014 by CFFORD
by CFFORD

I love this movie...

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CFFORD
Tallahassee
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Female
Usage:Once per week
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Damaged product
1/4/2010

Customer review by Radhasoami

2.0 stars 1/4/2010 by Radhasoami
by Radhasoami

The movie CD was damaged when it arrived to my residence. Couldn't watch the movie even once. There is a return policy, but I as this was Christmas time, I did not want to wait in line to return a $7 item. I am highly discouraged and will not be buying from Walmart.com.

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Radhasoami
Would recommend to a friend? No
Great movie
10/31/2014

Customer review by 1Rob123321

5.0 stars 10/31/2014 by 1Rob123321
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Great movie

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1Rob123321
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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Achievement and Joy Unite
5/26/2015

Customer review by wisdomseeker1980

5.0 stars 5/26/2015 by wisdomseeker1980
by wisdomseeker1980

I have been wanting to see the Pursuit of Happyness film since around 2006/2007 when I was living on the Mayport Naval base in Florida. I’m glad that I finally got the chance to see this motivational film that also had equal moments of heart string pulling and tear jerking scenes. As many know, Pursuit of Happyness stars Will Smith as Chris Gardner and Smith’s real-life son Jaden Smith as the child. Thandie Newton also is one of the celebrities included in the film. One of the heart string pulling scenes is where the character of Chris Gardner and his son are shown waiting along with what looks to be several hundred other people waiting in line for homeless housing, but the shelter could only house around 50 people (an indirect commentary on the number of homeless shelters available in the U.S.). One of the employees of the homeless shelter is seen having to do the difficult job of announcing to the many waiting that they have now reached their daily cutoff, leaving the obvious impression that others are going to have to try elsewhere and/or again the next day. On an unrelated note, I especially can’t help but have feeling around this issue after unexpectedly running into a female who was homeless (less than a year ago), but was at least happy to have got a spot at a nearby homeless shelter and a job as an event planning assistant even as she was trying to qualify for public housing (which was obviously going to be a possible but tricky feat for her because she appeared to be both childfree and single). I only say that because it is common knowledge that the circumstances and probability of being able to qualify for public housing are different for those who have children compared to those who voluntarily chose to not have children. Without revealing her identity, the only other thing I feel comfortable in disclosing is that it appeared to me that she had previously actually lived in D.C., based on what she told me and where I ran into her (I wish to avoid disclosing for the sake of the review and my conscience on what is ok to reveal about that encounter). The ending of the Pursuit of Happyness gives the following data; After beginning his career at Dean Witter, Chris Gardner went on to open the investment firm Gardner Rich in 1987. Chris Gardner himself then makes a brief appearance in the film. Then the following other info; In 2006, Chris Gardner sold a minority stake in his brokerage firm in a multi-million dollar deal.

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Would recommend to a friend? Yes
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