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If You Knew You Were Dying, Could You Still Look On The Bright Side Of Life?

Sudden events can turn our lives around and put us in a position where we don’t know what to do and how we’re going to get on from that point. A sudden event can force us to ask ourselves questions about what we did with our lives if we made a difference if we achieved our goals if we fulfilled our dreams. In these questions, we find ourselves stressed and tense, but we should look at the positive signs and events that take place during these hard times. Will Reiser wrote 50/50, that is loosely based on his fight with cancer, will show you just how candid and fun life can still be despite the pain and sufferings.

Questioning life choices

Inspired by true events, the story follows the life of a 27-year-old, who is diagnosed with cancer. The story revolves around the struggles he goes through as he tries to beat the disease the disease. Adam (Joseph Gordon Levitt) is a 27-year-old writer for radio programs. He is diagnosed with a rare form of spinal cancer. With the help of his best friend, Kyle (Seth Rogen), his mother and a young therapist that he meets at the cancer centre he visits, he embarks on his journey to beat the disease. As he is diagnosed with the disease he loses his girlfriend and it sends him down a spiralling road of despair. With the help of his family and friends, he begins to question his life and the choices he made during his life. The dark subject of cancer is dealt perfectly with the upbeat humour maintained by the writer Will Reiser and director Jonathon Levine with the help of Seth Rogen’s weed smoking, talkative character.

Looking on the bright side of life

The movie is a beautiful mix of comedy and drama. It shows the life of a person going through a tough time yet dealing with it head on and having fun with life. Seth Rogen has once again shown his class by playing the funny, light-headed, weed smoking, chill free personality. Gordon Joseph Levitt also shows his immense talent as a variable actor that can play different types of roles. The storyline is almost perfect and the actors play their part brilliantly.

The movie has been hailed by critics for the way it deals with such an issue and still informs people about the terminal illness. Lessons that can appeal to the audiences are to deal any problem with a smile and a positive attitude because problems come to test our ability of patience and virtue.

Catch the movie on iTunes.

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