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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Tips for Tuesday - Movies: Thirteen Going on Thirty and He Named Me Malala

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Me - Today I am recommending Thirteen Going on Thirty. It's my favorite movie about a kid who suddenly becomes a grown-up. It was really romantic. Jennifer Garner is really believable in the lead role. I also like that when she becomes a grown-up unlike in other movies of this type everyone else has grown-up too. Also, the end is good. The end is my favorite part.

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Mom -Today I am recommending He Named Me Malala. He Named Me Malala is a documentary about Malala Yousafzai, the young girl who was shot by the Taliban for advocating for education for girls. Even after she was shot she continued to fight to give all girls everywhere the right to be educated. To this day she still continues the fight although she is still not yet even twenty years old.  This is one of the most inspirational movies I have ever seen. It shows that it doesn't matter what age you are, It doesn't matter what gender you are. Truly anyone can make a difference. This movie should be required viewing for anyone who doesn't believe that they alone can make a difference in the world.

Don't miss the commercial-free Global Premiere of this inspiring film:
He Named Me Malala
Monday February 29, 2016
8pm est/7pm cst
National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo Mundo

For more information go to:

Website: http://www.henamedmemalalamovie.com/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/HeNamedMeMalala

To learn how to join Malala in her cause and work to empower girls girls all over the world by ensuring them the right to a quality secondary education go to www.malala.org


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