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Student Opinions: Comfort Movies

Students of PRHS share their favorite movies to watch when they desire comfort
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As the days begin to get colder, the desire for comfort gets stronger. Who doesn’t want to just sit back, relax with their favorite snacks, and watch the movie that gives them support? Students from PRHS share their comforting favorites that they will always enjoy.

Emilind Quintero’s (10) favorite movie to watch is Rango. Rango is a 2011 animated film that describes the new life of a pet chameleon and his rise as a hero to the town of Dirt.

Junior Shaylene Strickler’s favorite comfort movie is Muppet Treasure Island, a film from 1996 that represents a story of hidden treasure come to life.

The Rescuers (1977) is Sawyer Strong’s (10) favorite soothing movie. It takes on the plot of two mice to the rescue as they take a case to find a girl in distress.

Ready for the holiday season, sophomore Benjamin Didonna’s comfort movie is Elf (2003). A classic Christmas themed movie about an “elf” meeting his human father.

Andre Lopez’s (9) preferred movie is Dumb and Dumber. This is a film from 1994 about two best friends that go on an adventure trying to find the owner of a large sum of money that had been left behind “by accident”.

As far as comfort movies go, they could be dramas, comedies, or romances. Whatever they are, they’re always there in a time of need. With the favorites of these Bearcats, perhaps you may now be able to find your own comfort movie.



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Jane Ruggerio, People Co-Editor

Jane Ruggerio is co-People Editor of Crimson Newsmagazine. This is her first year being part of the Crimson family. She is also part of the Girls Cross Country team, and enjoys reading, lifting, and writing.

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