Wonder (I) (2017)
Via: You can't blend in when you were born to stand out.
Mr. Tushman: Auggie can't change how he looks. Maybe we should change how we see.
Auggie: Be kind, for everyone is fighting a hard battle. And if you really wanna see what people are, all you have to do is look.
Mr. Browne: When given the choice between being right or being kind, choose kind.
Nate: You feel like you're all alone here, but you're not!
Summer: Given the choice between being right and being kind, choose kind.
Isabel: This is the map that shows us where we are going.
Isabel: This is the map that shows us where we have been.
Isabel: And it's never ugly.
[Via and Isabel are having an argument downstairs]
Auggie: What are they saying down there?
Nate: They, my friend, are saying a lot of things, none of which concerns us. Let's see your Minecraft world, 'cause we might be moving to it.
Mr. Tushman: The final award this morning is the Henry Ward Beecher medal to honor students who have been notable or exemplary. Usually, it's a "good works," a service award. But I came upon a passage that he wrote, which made me realize that good works come in many forms. "Greatness," he wrote, "lies not in being strong, but in the right using of strength. He or she is the greatest whose strength carries up the most hearts by the attraction of his own." Without further ado, this year, I am very proud to award the Henry Ward Beecher medal to the student whose quiet strength has carried up the most hearts.
Jack Will: [from the trailer] Have You Ever Considered Plastic Surgery?
Auggie: [chuckles] Dude This Is After Plastic Surgery
[runs his hand through his hair]
Auggie: It Takes A lot Too Look This Good
Isabel: How are you?
Auggie: Good. And guess what? I got in a fight.
[shows his grazed elbow]
Isabel: Oh my God, you're bleeding! Are you okay?
Nate: What happened?
Isabel: Auggie got in a fight.
Nate: Did you win?
Isabel: We all have marks on our face. This is the map that shows where we've been and it's never, ever ugly.
Mr. Browne: Who do I aspire to be? That's the question we should be asking ourselves all the time.