Life Lessons from Movies

You Again

In Comedy, Movies on December 20, 2014 at 10:30 AM

You Again (2010) is a comedy directed by Andy Fickman about Marni (Kristen Bell), a woman who finds out that her older brother (James Wolk) is engaged to her high school bully (Odette Annable), and that their mother Gail (Jamie Lee Curtis) was best friends with her tormentor’s aunt Ramona (Sigourney Weaver), when they were in high school.

Life Lesson:

People can forgive when they are given a sincere and remorseful apology.

Movie Scene:

Gail: “I’m sorry Ramona, honestly. And I should have been a better friend, obviously. I knew what I was doing. I was so busy being Gail Byer and everything that meant. I just… I was insensitive. I wasn’t a good friend. And I’m sorry.”

Ramona: “…I feel like I can breathe again.”

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