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The Mighty, a Review

Summary: Reviews the film, The Mighty, a film based on a fictional children's novel, written by Rodman Philbrick. Details the plot of the film. Analyzes major themes.
The Mighty is based on a fictional children's novel, written by Rodman Philbrick. As Special education teachers come in all shape and sizes. For Maxwell Cane, an eighth grade student with a learning disability, his special education teacher turned out to be Kevin, a peer with a physical disability. This story focuses on two-disability categories- one mental/emotional (Max) and one physical (Kevin). Persons with exceptionalities will applaud the unique relationship between Kevin and Max. What the one person did not have, the other one did, and the two of them together seemed to make a whole person-a somewhat superior person at that, brains and brawn, Freak the Mighty!

Max is big and tough, but is ridiculed and called stupid, his self-confidence is too low to verbally defend himself. When Kevin is tormented, he tends to get himself into trouble because he verbally stand up to others, but...

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