Hi, my last updation was on 7th september 2012. After that i got a project and become busy like a bee. Now my project is completed and i am free and lazy like a lion. So i wanna post something. I saw one movie FOREST GUMP, and i will share it with you. Im happened to see this in an evening which was usually boring to me.The movie was suggested by one of my friend and now i know that it was a wonderful suggestion. The movie starts with showing the fall of feather near a man who is sitting in a bus stop which is very much peaceful and empty.He tells his story to an old lady who is sitting nearby. He doesn’t care that who is going and joining in that bus stop. He continues the story with someone. Forrest Gump is the definitive American movie. After all, it’s historical, patriotic and it’s got a dunce as the hero. A loving and friendly dunce, of course, played by Tom Hanks. Nominated for 13 Oscars and winning six, including Best Picture, Best Director for Robert Zemeckis and Best Actor, “Gump” captured the imagination with its mix of comedy, drama, issues like AIDS and war, while managing to maintain a love story at its big budget core. It charts the life of Forrest, a simple man who inadvertently finds himself in heroic situations. He meets some people along the way, like Sinise’s gruff Captain Dan during Vietnam, but really and perhaps this is why audiences took to it. Forrest does everything for his one true love, the experimental, sad, and ultimately broken Jenny (Wright-Penn). There is nothing for a story but simple things that happens in everyone’s life. My Scene : The scene which i found most touching is his run with broken legs across the woods to escape from some naughty boys, and becoming physically able to run(He was like handicapped from childhood). After that he ran his life exactly and it shows that situations makes everything possible. The film is based on the 1986 novel by Winston Groom. Both center on the character of Forrest Gump. However, the film primarily focuses on the first eleven chapters of the novel, before skipping ahead to the end of the novel with the meeting with Forrest, Jr. In addition to skipping some parts of the novel, the film adds several aspects to Gump’s life that do not occur in the novel, such as his needing leg braces as a child and his run across the United States. This scene also mixed with reality and comedy. I hope you will watch this. Also your comments.