Life Lessons from Movies

Scrooged

In Comedy, Movies on February 26, 2013 at 5:55 AM

Scrooged (1988) is a comedy directed by Richard Donner, adapted from Charles Dickens’ classic book, A Christmas Carol, about Frank Cross (Bill Murray), a cold-hearted TV executive who is given the chance to change his callous ways by three ghosts.

Life Lesson:

“Put a little love in your heart, and the world will be a better place.”

Jackie DeShannon

Movie Scene:

Frank: “You have to do something. You have to take a chance. You do have to get involved … There are people that don’t have enough to eat. There are people that are cold. You can go out and say ‘hello’ to these people. You can take an old blanket out of the closet and say ‘here.’ You can make them a sandwich and say, ‘oh by the way, here.’ I get it now! And if you give, then it can happen, then the miracle can happen to you. It’s not just the poor and hungry, it’s everybody.”

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