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'Bumblebee'—The Only B(ee) That's Worth an A+
Do you love rocking out to the Smiths, Bon Jovi and other 80s musical icons? Do you remember being an angsty teen rebelliously adventuring for your freedom and true place in the world? Are you looking for a heartwarming story about true friendship helping with the stages of grieving? Or are you just like me and love thrilling actions scenes with suspense so intense you'll hang on the edge of your seat? Honestly, people in these categories, in addition to everyone else, will love the new Transformers movie, Bumblebee. It's the story of, you guessed it, our favourite yellow Autobot as he fleas to Earth to protect his people from the robot war on his home planet. His mission becomes complicated when he becomes the target of not only the Decepticons but also Special Military Services Officer Burns, John Cena!
Watch This If You've Been Trying to Become a Leader
In 1999, news channel headlines were brimming with the scandalous disciplinary measures taking place at Richmond High School, California. Ken Carter, the basketball coach, had suspended his undefeated team due to their poor grades. The chaos that these headlines fueled lead to outrageous outrage...the ensuing movie that these headlines inspired lead to legendary leadership lessons. Here's how the characters of the film Coach Carter display excellent leadership qualities which we can all use when developing our strength of personal character.