Writing Synthesis


One of the things I care about most in my life is Disney. I enjoy anything Disney, as it was a huge part of my childhood growing up. I loved how each movie and each character had its own personality. And all of them had one thing in common, they all told valuable moral lessons through a cute movie. One of my personal favorites being Mulan. A moral lesson I learned from that movie was to take chances, which also reminds me of the film Scavengers. Like Mulan, the scavengers face bumps along the road as they harvest this creature in order to get a vision of their past. Although they’re now living in this alien world, they don’t want to forget their past, like Mulan, who makes herself appear as a man to fight for her home

I went to almost every Disney theme park with friends and family, and one of the greatest things I got to experience was being on a Disney Cruise. The ship was huge, with about fourteen decks and endless activities for people of all ages. The entire staff was so polite, accommodating our needs and handled any situation with respect. The servers, who rotated every night as we dined, became good friends with us, and treated everyone like royalty. Which then correlates to the Studio Ghibli film Spirited Away. One of the quotes from the movie was “Once you’ve met someone, you never really forget them.” I think the Disney cruise staff were people who we definitely wouldn’t forget. From the room cleaner, to our waiters, everyone became our friends.

In Disneyland there is always that one ride you can never get enough of. That ride where the line is always extremely long and you would go on it over and over again if you could. That ride for me would be Millennium Falcon. It’s an interactive Star Wars themed ride where you steer the space shuttle and avoid buildings to complete this mission. Like the Mojave Phone Booth, where Doc kept calling the phone over and over again, and he eventually got an answer from Lorene. There wasn’t a reason as to why he would call it everyday, he just wanted to, and hoped for an answer back, which he would receive.

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