A joyous story despite tragic backstory
When I went to the theater to spend my monthly salary on seeing this critically acclaimed, film, I was deeply saddened to see that the film producers decided that they would gruesomely murder his mother. That for me started off the film with a dark and unsettling feeling. When the lovely kevin James came first on to the screen, I felt like all my problems had disappeared, I just felt like Kevins on screen presence is one that no one else can reciprocate. The movie was a bore before the wonderful Neal Mcdonough came onto the screen. I was soon disappointed that they decided to put him as the villian instead of the much better role of Kevin james's love interest. At the end of the movie when Kevin James went on the zip line my first thought was that he was going to snap the line because of his weight and crush someone below, which to my surprise did not happen, but more importantly I felt a feeling of joy knowing that he would be victorious if he was to make it over the zip line, when he did, I shed a tear, this was the most memorable moment of my life so far, and will be the rest of my life. After the movie I went to a mall and made a shrine for him which ultimately burned the mall down, so I am writing this review from jail, moral of the story is that it was total worth it.