Sunday, June 26, 2011

Whiskey For Elephants.

This movie was in a word, stupendous.

Jacob was studying to become a vet. Actually, he was in the middle of his final exam when he was interrupted by police officers. A car accident killed his parents. They left him with nothing. That had given up everything for him to be able to go to college. So he left. He was walking down the train tracks when a train came by. He hopped it and later found out it was a circus train.

A circus that needs a vet. So he joins. The first day at that circus he watched many fascinating shows. But he was captured by one. The star of the show.

Problems occur when they have to put down the star horse. But soon they buy Rosie, an elephant. And Jacob is put in charge of training her for Marela's shows.

  Rosie   Marlena

He fell in love with both of them. Did I mention that Marlena is his boss' wife? And Marlena falls in love with him instead of her voilent husband who abuses not only her, but Rosie too.


And August (Marlena's husband) finds out. He sends men to kill Jacob (a little tough, right?). So Jacob and Marlena run away together.


And get caught.


Jacob's friends try to bring down the entire circus and August. And it works. Kind of.

You'll have to watch. =]

All in all an outstanding movie!

-Blogga Pennywether!

p.s. I would like to share some of my favorite adjactives.

magnificent, marvelous, stupendous, fun, entertaining, funny, hysterical, brilliant, incredible, outstanding, fascinating, stunning, shocking, surprising, and attractive.

Just thought I'd share those with you.

p.s.s. They never once give Rosie water. Only whiskey.

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