Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump (1994)

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The life and times of Forrest Gump, growing up in the twentieth century. Forrest is an allegory for the USA in the latter part of the last century. Forrest makes friends, plays on the football team, fights in Vietnam, plays Table Tennis professionally, opens a shrimp company all while innocently trying to discover how the world works, and while trying to get back to his greatest friend, Jenny. After he finds Jenny, they fall in love and have a son named Forrest Jr., and when Jenny dies, Forrest is left to bring up his son on his own. The film ends with Forrest sending his son on his first day of school telling him that he loves him.

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Quotes

Forrest Gump: Bit me directly in the but-tocks. They said it was a million dollar wound, but the Army must keep that money, 'cause I still ain't seen a nickel of that million dollars.

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Mistakes

During the 1972 New Year's Eve celebration, Forrest drinks a Dr. Pepper with a logo that wasn't devised until around the mid 80s.

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Trivia

Forrest's son is played by Haley Joel Osment, the adorable kid that later achieved great fame as the troubled Cole in the "The Sixth Sense".

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