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Film review of Matilda.
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In this film review I am going to tell you about a film called Matilda. Matilda is a comedy. It is very funny. The film is based on the book called Matilda by Roald Dahl.
A grouchy couple give birth to a very sweet girl they name Matilda. Unlike her bratty brother & mean parents, Matilda becomes a very sweet & extremely intelligent girl who is very anxious to go to school & read books. After a while, her parents send her to a school with the worst principal in the world, a very sweet teacher, & good friends. While trying to put up with her parent's & principal's cruelty, she starts to unwittingly unleash telekinetic powers that destroy a television & make a reptile fly on Mrs Trunchball the principal. With enough practice, Matilda starts to learn to control her telekinetic powers & soon using them on her principal so she can drive her away from the school. Matilda is treated terrible by her horrible, uncaring parents, her spoilt brother and the principal at her school. But she makes friends with her teacher (who has the appropriate name of 'Miss Honey') and begins to understand
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