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I think the movie was great. I enjoyed the scenery, the actors, the story line and the movie all around. I most certainly relate to it. I've noticed since nearing the age of 25 that most people do act like zombies and forget to enjoy life because they are so busy trying to be perfect employees, perfect spouses, perfect parents, perfect students, and just perfect all around... I think it's extremely important to find a healthy balance of enjoying life while you're making a living as an adult if not you will never enjoy life anymore. We never know how short life may be so while we may think joining the corporate race is important so is enjoying life. You should never be too serious. I think the movie had a beautiful message.
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