History Literature / BridgeToTerabithia

30th Jun '16 6:28:28 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedBully: Gary Fulcher in the 2007 film.
17th Jun '16 5:28:49 PM OffTheDeepEnd
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* CheerfulChild: Leslie, especially in the 2007 film. May Belle as well, given that she has endless amounts of optimism.

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* CheerfulChild: Leslie, especially Leslie in the 2007 film. May Belle as well, given that she has endless amounts of optimism.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Jesse's father, Jack Aarons (Jesse Sr. in the novel). He is very strict towards his son, and even harsh at times, but it's understandable given the family's level of poverty. He's also shown to be a good parent in spite of it all, and the scene where [[spoiler: he comforts his son after Leslie's death]] is one of the more poignant moments, especially in the film.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Jesse's father, Jack Aarons (Jesse Sr. in the novel).Jesse Sr. He is very strict towards his son, and even harsh at times, but it's understandable given the family's level of poverty. He's also shown to be a good parent in spite of it all, and the scene where [[spoiler: he comforts his son after Leslie's death]] is one of the more poignant moments, especially in the film.
4th Jun '16 6:57:54 AM Jayalaw
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!! Contains examples of the following tropes:

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!! Contains The book contains examples of the following tropes:



* AdaptationDistillation: In the film, the setting is changed to the present day, so there's less focus on Jesse wanting to be an artist, which was the main conflict between him and his father in the book. It also doesn't make a big deal about Leslie being a {{Tomboy}}.
* AdaptationNameChange: Jesse's father is Jesse Sr. in the novels, but changed into Jack in the films, probably to avoid the OneSteveLimit.



* AloofDarkHairedGirl: The aforementioned aloof big sisters are brunettes, at least in the 2007 version.



* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The Japanese theme song for the 2007 film adaptation is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DThe9SCtfUo "To Be in Love"]] by MISIA.



* CaliforniaDoubling: New Zealand as Virginia in the 2007 film.



* TheCastShowOff: One of the reasons for casting Creator/ZooeyDeschanel as the music teacher is that she can actually sing.



* DoItYourselfThemeTune: The film had "Keep Your Mind Wide Open", sung by [=AnnaSophia=] Robb, who plays Leslie.



* DudeNotFunny: Invoked so hard that the teacher doesn't even chew out Jesse for [[spoiler:punching Scott Hoager when the latter jokes that with Leslie dead, Jesse is the fastest kid in school.]]



* FiveStagesOfGrief: [[spoiler:Jesse]] suffers these in alternating waves [[spoiler:after Leslie dies]] in a very realistic sense. First there's denial, in the book because as he mentions [[spoiler: Leslie is a good swimmer]] and [[spoiler:in the movie the rope has never snapped]]. Then he runs out in anger and kicks his wardrobe before going to bed. For a long time he talks as if [[spoiler:Leslie is alive to Miss Edmunds]] which doubles as bargaining, lashes out at Maybelle for following him [[spoiler:across the log]]. He only breaks down into depression when [[spoiler:his emotions catch up to him in the woods, as does his father]] and finally comes to accept what happens.

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* FiveStagesOfGrief: [[spoiler:Jesse]] suffers these in alternating waves [[spoiler:after Leslie dies]] in a very realistic sense. First there's denial, in the book because as he mentions [[spoiler: Leslie is a good swimmer]] and [[spoiler:in the movie the rope has never snapped]].swimmer]]. Then he runs out in anger and kicks his wardrobe before going to bed. For a long time he talks as if [[spoiler:Leslie is alive to Miss Edmunds]] alive]] which doubles as bargaining, lashes out at Maybelle for following him [[spoiler:across the log]]. He only breaks down into depression when [[spoiler:his emotions catch up to him in the woods, as does his father]] and finally comes to accept what happens.



** There was a scene in the film where the camera focuses on Jesse's arm becoming robotic and Jesse punching a Squoager. Near the last half of the film, Jesse confronts the Squoager's real life counterpart and punches him. Complete with the camera focusing on the arm, as if Jesse was pretending that it would become robotic.
** There's also lots of shots of the water rising and the rope close to breaking.
** At one point Jess is afraid Terrien (the dog) may fall down during crossing and drown.
** Leslie's essay is entitled "Self-contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus", depicts her fictional life as a scuba-diver, and the last few lines talk about how wonderful life is because of how short it is. [[spoiler:All foreshadowing her untimely death, as if she knew the whole time]].

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** There was a scene in the film where the camera focuses on Jesse's arm becoming robotic and Jesse punching a Squoager. Near the last half of the film, Jesse confronts the Squoager's real life counterpart and punches him. Complete with the camera focusing on the arm, as if Jesse was pretending that it would become robotic.
** There's also lots of shots of the water rising and the rope close to breaking.
** At one point Jess is afraid Prince Terrien (the dog) may fall down during crossing and drown.
** Leslie's essay is entitled "Self-contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus", depicts her fictional life as a scuba-diver, and the last few lines talk about how wonderful life is because of how short it is. [[spoiler:All foreshadowing her untimely death, as if she knew the whole time]].
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* JerkJock: Gary Fulcher, who in the 2007 film is split into ''two'' characters - [[DecompositeCharacter himself and Scott Hoager]]. The latter seems to take the primary antagonistic role in the film.



* KidsAreCruel: Exaggerated in the 2007 film where the two bullies [[spoiler: continue to taunt Jess ''after'' Leslie's death]]. Of course it's subverted with [[spoiler: Janice Avery, who has a HeelFaceTurn afterwards]].



** Funnily enough, the film casts MPDG queen Creator/ZooeyDeschanel as Ms. Edmunds. The character she plays is one of her few roles ''not'' of this type. She comes off that way to Jesse, though, compared with the other adults in his life, hence his infatuation with her.



* NeverTrustATrailer: Quite possibly the most baffling case in the history of cinema. The trailer for the 2007 film made it seem like a Narnia-esque fantasy movie where Terabithia was real. Apparently, the filmmakers were none too pleased with the way the movie was marketed, either. Especially since the key screenwriter was David Paterson, the ''son'' of the original author and on whom Jesse is based. This also led to confusion with fans who hadn't read the book, as they watched the movie waiting for Terabithia to 'become real' only to realize it doesn't.



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: In the film when Jess punches a kid taunting him, the teacher talks to him about [[spoiler:grieving the loss of a loved one]] when it appears he's about to be punished.

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: In the film when After Jess punches a kid taunting him, acts out in school [[spoiler:by not doing his work]], the teacher talks to him about [[spoiler:grieving the loss of a loved one]] when it appears he's about to be punished.


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!!The movie contains examples of the following tropes

* AdaptationDistillation: In the film, the setting is changed to the present day, so there's less focus on Jesse wanting to be an artist, which was the main conflict between him and his father in the book. It also doesn't make a big deal about Leslie being a {{Tomboy}}.
* AdaptationNameChange: Jesse's father is Jesse Sr. in the novels, but changed into Jack in the films, probably to avoid the OneSteveLimit.
* AloofDarkHairedGirl: The aforementioned aloof big sisters are brunettes, at least in the 2007 version.
* AlternativeForeignThemeSong: The Japanese theme song for the 2007 film adaptation is [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DThe9SCtfUo "To Be in Love"]] by MISIA.
* CaliforniaDoubling: New Zealand as Virginia in the 2007 film.
* TheCastShowOff: One of the reasons for casting Creator/ZooeyDeschanel as the music teacher is that she can actually sing.
* DoItYourselfThemeTune: The film had "Keep Your Mind Wide Open", sung by [=AnnaSophia=] Robb, who plays Leslie.
* DudeNotFunny: Invoked so hard that the teacher doesn't even chew out Jesse for [[spoiler:punching Scott Hoager when the latter jokes that with Leslie dead, Jesse is the fastest kid in school.]]
* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** There was a scene in the film where the camera focuses on Jesse's arm becoming robotic and Jesse punching a Squoager. Near the last half of the film, Jesse confronts the Squoager's real life counterpart and punches him. Complete with the camera focusing on the arm, as if Jesse was pretending that it would become robotic.
** There's also lots of shots of the water rising and the rope close to breaking.
** Leslie's essay is entitled "Self-contained Underwater Breathing Apparatus", depicts her fictional life as a scuba-diver, and the last few lines talk about how wonderful life is because of how short it is. [[spoiler:All foreshadowing her untimely death, as if she knew the whole time]].
* JerkJock: Gary Fulcher, who in the 2007 film is split into ''two'' characters - [[DecompositeCharacter himself and Scott Hoager]]. The latter seems to take the primary antagonistic role in the film.
* KidsAreCruel: Exaggerated in the 2007 film where the two bullies [[spoiler: continue to taunt Jess ''after'' Leslie's death]]. Of course it's subverted with [[spoiler: Janice Avery, who has a HeelFaceTurn afterwards]].
* ManicPixieDreamGirl: Funnily enough, the film casts MPDG queen Creator/ZooeyDeschanel as Ms. Edmunds. The character she plays is one of her few roles ''not'' of this type. She comes off that way to Jesse, though, compared with the other adults in his life, hence his infatuation with her.
* NeverTrustATrailer: Quite possibly the most baffling case in the history of cinema. The trailer for the 2007 film made it seem like a Narnia-esque fantasy movie where Terabithia was real. Apparently, the filmmakers were none too pleased with the way the movie was marketed, either. Especially since the key screenwriter was David Paterson, the ''son'' of the original author and on whom Jesse is based. This also led to confusion with fans who hadn't read the book, as they watched the movie waiting for Terabithia to 'become real' only to realize it doesn't.
27th May '16 3:14:06 PM rjd1922
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* DeathByNewberyMedal: One of the most famous textbook examples. While [[spoiler:killing a little girl]] might seem a bit brash and unanticipated, the entire story is inspired by a real-life event where a friend of Paterson's son was struck dead by lightning at the age of 8.

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* DeathByNewberyMedal: One of the most famous textbook examples. While [[spoiler:killing a little girl]] might seem a bit brash and unanticipated, the entire story is inspired by a real-life event where a friend of Paterson's son was [[spoiler:was struck dead by lightning at the age of 8.]]



* EvilRedhead: Gary Fulcher in the 2007 film. Though he's more of a JerkJock than evil, he's highly antagonistic throughout.



* RedHeadedBully: Gary Fulcher in the 2007 film.



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* SurvivorsGuilt: [[spoiler: Jesse doesn't invite Leslie to the museum and she dies as a result. Jesse is understandably broken up over it.]]
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%% * TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth
%% * TooHappyToLive

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* SurvivorsGuilt: [[spoiler: Jesse [[spoiler:Jesse doesn't invite Leslie to the museum and she dies as a result. Jesse is understandably broken up over it.]]
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TooGoodForThisSinfulEarth: Leslie
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%% * TooHappyToLive
TooHappyToLive: Leslie
20th May '16 9:09:56 PM Nylsa
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* UglyCute: Jess describes Mae Belle as this.
26th Apr '16 8:44:23 PM Jayalaw
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* AnnoyingYoungerSibling: Maybelle and Joyce to Jesse. He gets better towards Maybelle.



* CantGetAwayWithNuthin: Jesse gets hit with this hard when he doesn't invite Leslie with him and Ms. Edmunds to the art museum, and [[spoiler:Leslie when going to Terabithia by herself drowns because she hit her head while falling.]]



* DudeNotFunny: Invoked so hard that the teacher doesn't even chew out Jesse for [[spoiler:punching Scott Hoager when the latter jokes that with Leslie dead, Jesse is the fastest kid in school.]]



* FiveStagesOfGrief: [[spoiler:Jesse]] suffers these in alternating waves [[spoiler:after Leslie dies]] in a very realistic sense. First there's denial, in the book because as he mentions [[spoiler: Leslie is a good swimmer]] and [[spoiler:in the movie the rope has never snapped]]. Then he runs out in anger and kicks his wardrobe before going to bed. For a long time he talks as if [[spoiler:Leslie is alive to Miss Edmunds]] which doubles as bargaining, lashes out at Maybelle for following him [[spoiler:across the log]]. He only breaks down into depression when [[spoiler:his emotions catch up to him in the woods, as does his father]] and finally comes to accept what happens.



* PetTheDog: How Jesse's father treats him [[spoiler:after Leslie dies.]]



* RealityIsUnrealistic: The real-life inspiration for Leslie was Katherine Paterson's son's childhood friend, Lisa Hill [[spoiler: who was killed by a lightning strike while climbing some rocks on a beach. The author originally intended to finish off Leslie the same way but ultimately changed it to a drowning because she felt it would be more believable. Probably right, but ironic.]]

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* RealityIsUnrealistic: The real-life inspiration for Leslie was Katherine Paterson's son's childhood friend, Lisa Hill [[spoiler: who was killed by a lightning strike while climbing some rocks on a beach. The author originally intended to finish off Leslie the same way but ultimately changed it to a drowning because she her editor felt it would be more believable. Probably right, but ironic.]]
6th Apr '16 12:46:41 PM Larkmarn
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''Bridge to Terabithia'' is a novel by Creator/KatherinePaterson, twice [[FilmOfTheBook adapted to film]], first as a 1985 MadeForTVMovie for Creator/{{PBS}}, the second as a 2007 theatrical film produced by Creator/WaldenMedia (despite giving it a "Family-Approved" seal by The Dove Foundation whose classic movies are family-friendly such as Enchanted, Little Women (1994), Soul Surfer, Bratz: The Movie, Ice Princess, New York Minute, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 1, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 2, Twilight (2009), The Little Mermaid (1989), Sleepover (2004), Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Brave (2012), Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001), Goosebumps, Pixels, The Baby-Sitters Club: The Movie (1996), Kung Fu Panda, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Despicable Me, Alice Upside Down: The Movie, Despicable Me 2, Alpha & Omega, The LEGO Movie, Aquamarine, Aussie & Ted's Great Adventure, PROM (2011), The Princess Diaries, Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale, Monte Carlo, Just My Luck, A Cinderella Story, The Muppets, Jem & the Holograms: The Movie, The Adventures of Tintin, Summer Magic, Jurassic Park III, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Snow Day, Spy Kids, Titan A.E. (Titan After Earth), Freaky Friday (2003), Freaky Friday (1976), My Girl, My Girl 2, How to Train Your Dragon, How to Eat Fried Worms, Ramona & Beezus and Grace Unplugged).

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''Bridge to Terabithia'' is a novel by Creator/KatherinePaterson, twice [[FilmOfTheBook adapted to film]], first as a 1985 MadeForTVMovie for Creator/{{PBS}}, the second as a 2007 theatrical film produced by Creator/WaldenMedia (despite giving it a "Family-Approved" seal by The Dove Foundation whose classic movies are family-friendly such as Enchanted, Little Women (1994), Soul Surfer, Bratz: The Movie, Ice Princess, New York Minute, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 1, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 2, Twilight (2009), The Little Mermaid (1989), Sleepover (2004), Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Brave (2012), Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001), Goosebumps, Pixels, The Baby-Sitters Club: The Movie (1996), Kung Fu Panda, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Despicable Me, Alice Upside Down: The Movie, Despicable Me 2, Alpha & Omega, The LEGO Movie, Aquamarine, Aussie & Ted's Great Adventure, PROM (2011), The Princess Diaries, Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale, Monte Carlo, Just My Luck, A Cinderella Story, The Muppets, Jem & the Holograms: The Movie, The Adventures of Tintin, Summer Magic, Jurassic Park III, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Snow Day, Spy Kids, Titan A.E. (Titan After Earth), Freaky Friday (2003), Freaky Friday (1976), My Girl, My Girl 2, How to Train Your Dragon, How to Eat Fried Worms, Ramona & Beezus and Grace Unplugged).
Creator/WaldenMedia.



The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman (similar to Marlo Thomas' character from the TV show, ''Series/ThatGirl'') and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. Unfortunately, the ban of "Bridge to Terabithia" was lifted by a media watchdog group, The Parents Television Council, and aired on ''Creator/CartoonNetwork'' a few years ago.

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The story has a BittersweetEnding, and a grade-A example of DeathByNewberyMedal. It has been banned on more than one occasion for TeacherStudentRomance {{subtext}} and other non-existent sexual content [[note]]Jesse [[HotForTeacher has a crush on one of his teachers]], something everyone who's reached the age of 12 can probably relate to. She invites him to the museum, and insists on paying on the grounds that she's a liberated woman (similar to Marlo Thomas' character from the TV show, ''Series/ThatGirl'') and invited ''him'' (and, more practically, she's a teacher and can afford it better). That's literally as far as it goes -- there's zero evidence that said teacher has any inappropriate feelings or is aware of his crush. Once more, she invited Jesse ''and'' Leslie.[[/note]] as well as religious content and some swearing. Unfortunately, the ban of "Bridge to Terabithia" was lifted by a media watchdog group, The Parents Television Council, and aired on ''Creator/CartoonNetwork'' a few years ago.
6th Apr '16 12:31:56 PM girlzpictionary299
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''Bridge to Terabithia'' is a novel by Creator/KatherinePaterson, twice [[FilmOfTheBook adapted to film]], first as a 1985 MadeForTVMovie for Creator/{{PBS}}, the second as a 2007 theatrical film produced by Creator/WaldenMedia (despite giving it a "Family-Approved" seal by The Dove Foundation whose classic movies are family-friendly such as Enchanted, Little Women (1994), Soul Surfer, Bratz: The Movie, Ice Princess, New York Minute, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 1, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 2, Twilight (2009), The Little Mermaid (1989), Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Brave (2012), Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001), Goosebumps, Pixels, The Baby-Sitters Club: The Movie (1996), Kung Fu Panda, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Despicable Me, Alice Upside Down: The Movie, Despicable Me 2, Alpha & Omega, The LEGO Movie, Aquamarine, Aussie & Ted's Great Adventure, PROM (2011), The Princess Diaries, Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale, Monte Carlo, Just My Luck, A Cinderella Story, The Muppets, Jem & the Holograms: The Movie, The Adventures of Tintin, Summer Magic, Jurassic Park III, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Snow Day, Spy Kids, Titan A.E. (Titan After Earth), Freaky Friday (2003), Freaky Friday (1976), My Girl, My Girl 2, How to Train Your Dragon, How to Eat Fried Worms, Ramona & Beezus and Grace Unplugged).

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''Bridge to Terabithia'' is a novel by Creator/KatherinePaterson, twice [[FilmOfTheBook adapted to film]], first as a 1985 MadeForTVMovie for Creator/{{PBS}}, the second as a 2007 theatrical film produced by Creator/WaldenMedia (despite giving it a "Family-Approved" seal by The Dove Foundation whose classic movies are family-friendly such as Enchanted, Little Women (1994), Soul Surfer, Bratz: The Movie, Ice Princess, New York Minute, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 1, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 2, Twilight (2009), The Little Mermaid (1989), Sleepover (2004), Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Brave (2012), Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001), Goosebumps, Pixels, The Baby-Sitters Club: The Movie (1996), Kung Fu Panda, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Despicable Me, Alice Upside Down: The Movie, Despicable Me 2, Alpha & Omega, The LEGO Movie, Aquamarine, Aussie & Ted's Great Adventure, PROM (2011), The Princess Diaries, Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale, Monte Carlo, Just My Luck, A Cinderella Story, The Muppets, Jem & the Holograms: The Movie, The Adventures of Tintin, Summer Magic, Jurassic Park III, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Snow Day, Spy Kids, Titan A.E. (Titan After Earth), Freaky Friday (2003), Freaky Friday (1976), My Girl, My Girl 2, How to Train Your Dragon, How to Eat Fried Worms, Ramona & Beezus and Grace Unplugged).
6th Apr '16 12:27:53 PM girlzpictionary299
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''Bridge to Terabithia'' is a novel by Creator/KatherinePaterson, twice [[FilmOfTheBook adapted to film]], first as a 1985 MadeForTVMovie for Creator/{{PBS}}, the second as a 2007 theatrical film produced by Creator/WaldenMedia (despite giving it a "Family-Approved" seal by The Dove Foundation whose classic movies are family-friendly such as Enchanted, Little Women (1994), Soul Surfer, Bratz: The Movie, Ice Princess, New York Minute, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 1, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 2, Twilight (2009), The Little Mermaid (1989), Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001), The Baby-Sitters Club: The Movie (1996), Kung Fu Panda, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Despicable Me, Alice Upside Down: The Movie, Despicable Me 2, Alpha & Omega, The LEGO Movie, Aquamarine, Aussie & Ted's Great Adventure, PROM (2011), The Princess Diaries, Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale, Monte Carlo, Just My Luck, A Cinderella Story, The Muppets, Jem & the Holograms: The Movie, The Adventures of Tintin, Summer Magic, Jurassic Park III, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Snow Day, Spy Kids, Titan A.E. (Titan After Earth), Freaky Friday (2003), Freaky Friday (1976), My Girl, My Girl 2, How to Train Your Dragon, How to Eat Fried Worms, Ramona & Beezus and Grace Unplugged).

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''Bridge to Terabithia'' is a novel by Creator/KatherinePaterson, twice [[FilmOfTheBook adapted to film]], first as a 1985 MadeForTVMovie for Creator/{{PBS}}, the second as a 2007 theatrical film produced by Creator/WaldenMedia (despite giving it a "Family-Approved" seal by The Dove Foundation whose classic movies are family-friendly such as Enchanted, Little Women (1994), Soul Surfer, Bratz: The Movie, Ice Princess, New York Minute, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 1, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 2, Twilight (2009), The Little Mermaid (1989), Frozen, Wreck-It Ralph, Brave (2012), Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001), Goosebumps, Pixels, The Baby-Sitters Club: The Movie (1996), Kung Fu Panda, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Despicable Me, Alice Upside Down: The Movie, Despicable Me 2, Alpha & Omega, The LEGO Movie, Aquamarine, Aussie & Ted's Great Adventure, PROM (2011), The Princess Diaries, Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale, Monte Carlo, Just My Luck, A Cinderella Story, The Muppets, Jem & the Holograms: The Movie, The Adventures of Tintin, Summer Magic, Jurassic Park III, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Snow Day, Spy Kids, Titan A.E. (Titan After Earth), Freaky Friday (2003), Freaky Friday (1976), My Girl, My Girl 2, How to Train Your Dragon, How to Eat Fried Worms, Ramona & Beezus and Grace Unplugged).
6th Apr '16 12:24:40 PM girlzpictionary299
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''Bridge to Terabithia'' is a novel by Creator/KatherinePaterson, twice [[FilmOfTheBook adapted to film]], first as a 1985 MadeForTVMovie for Creator/{{PBS}}, the second as a 2007 theatrical film produced by Creator/WaldenMedia (despite giving it a "Family-Approved" seal by The Dove Foundation whose classic movies are family-friendly such as Enchanted, Little Women (1994), Soul Surfer, Bratz: The Movie, Ice Princess, New York Minute, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 1, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 2, Twilight (2009), The Little Mermaid (1989), Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001), The Baby-Sitters Club: The Movie (1996), Kung Fu Panda, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Despicable Me, Despicable Me 2, Alpha & Omega, The LEGO Movie, Aquamarine, Aussie & Ted's Great Adventure, PROM (2011), The Princess Diaries, Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale, Monte Carlo, Just My Luck, A Cinderella Story, The Muppets, Jem & the Holograms: The Movie, The Adventures of Tintin, Summer Magic, Jurassic Park III, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Snow Day, Spy Kids, Titan A.E. (Titan After Earth), Freaky Friday (2003), Freaky Friday (1976), My Girl, My Girl 2, How to Train Your Dragon, How to Eat Fried Worms, Ramona & Beezus and Grace Unplugged).

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''Bridge to Terabithia'' is a novel by Creator/KatherinePaterson, twice [[FilmOfTheBook adapted to film]], first as a 1985 MadeForTVMovie for Creator/{{PBS}}, the second as a 2007 theatrical film produced by Creator/WaldenMedia (despite giving it a "Family-Approved" seal by The Dove Foundation whose classic movies are family-friendly such as Enchanted, Little Women (1994), Soul Surfer, Bratz: The Movie, Ice Princess, New York Minute, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 1, The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 2, Twilight (2009), The Little Mermaid (1989), Lara Croft: Tomb Raider (2001), The Baby-Sitters Club: The Movie (1996), Kung Fu Panda, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Despicable Me, Alice Upside Down: The Movie, Despicable Me 2, Alpha & Omega, The LEGO Movie, Aquamarine, Aussie & Ted's Great Adventure, PROM (2011), The Princess Diaries, Elle: A Modern Cinderella Tale, Monte Carlo, Just My Luck, A Cinderella Story, The Muppets, Jem & the Holograms: The Movie, The Adventures of Tintin, Summer Magic, Jurassic Park III, The Lorax, Where the Wild Things Are, Snow Day, Spy Kids, Titan A.E. (Titan After Earth), Freaky Friday (2003), Freaky Friday (1976), My Girl, My Girl 2, How to Train Your Dragon, How to Eat Fried Worms, Ramona & Beezus and Grace Unplugged).
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