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“Instant Family” captures struggle with comedy

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Natalie Zgurich, Sports Editor

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The new movie Instant Family gives a piece of reality along with emotion and humor.

The movie, based on a true story, does not exactly capture the struggles of a foster child, but it definitely gives viewers a better understanding of these kids’ lives.

In the movie, Ellie and Pete (Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne) decide they are going to adopt a child, and begin taking classes to begin this process. The couple ends up adopting three children, and the movie allows the audience to see the struggles of parenting foster children of all ages.

Throughout its entirety, there are lines that leaves the audience laughing until they cry, along with parts that will leave a viewer in actual tears.

Overall, the movie opens the eyes of how difficult fostering can be, but at the same time, how rewarding it is.

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Natalie Zgurich, Sports Editor



Sports Editor Natalie Zgurich is a senior and in her third year on the Purbalite. She is most likely on the tennis court or walking her dog. She also...

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