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A Walk of Life I thought that A Walk of Life was a pretty good movie but it did lack in some places A group of high school seniors meet at a cement factory to initiate a potential boy into their group This incident serves but one purpose to introduce Landon as a reckless superficial character that has a mean heart The scene also is what starts the future between Landon and Jamie Sullivan The very first part of the movie bothers me because the boy that jumped is obviously injured but the story line does not follow him at all It might just be me but I would have liked to know more about that boys situation with how he was recovering or something like that The transition where Landon meets Jamie was very nice considering it took all the available movie time up One scene did show Landon talking to the kid he almost killed but I was never really able to find out how bad the kid was injured The words I heard between them just sounded like he would be seeing him around at school I want to know if the kid that jumped would be in a wheel chair or if he would walk fine This part in the movie was weak if you were to ask me I think doing the school play was a good punishment for Landon It is in these scenes in movie where you can tell that Landon is falling for Jamie I would be remiss not to mention Mandys solo performance during the first night of the show The filmmakers take their time letting Mandy Jamie sing her ballad at length - sweet gentle and buoyant I mean I do not have anything against her singing but this scene took quite a while Additionally many pacing problems surface after resolution 1 as the film slows and speeds up inconstantly Especially noticeable an emotional
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