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Join us for an exploration of The Happiest Place on Earth, a moving and honest account of the making of a child from nothing into a global superstar in Xmovies 8. Follow the journey of 12-year old Sana Bibi as she wages war against her disease and finds love in the form of musician Abdulla Yusef. The film is a raw look at the struggle for social justice in a culture obsessed with self-improvement. It’s also an intimate portrait of children who find their voice when they are most afraid. From Eliza to Sophia, here are 10 reasons why this moving movie should make you happy.

It made me cry

I know it’s hard to believe, but this movie really made me cry. From the moment Sana Bibi gets her first line in the script, to the moment she’s in her bedroom, to the big moment in the film when she’s sharing a bed with Abdulla and their two kids, this is what we’re seeing. From a young age, Sana knows she’s a pro and that she’ll do anything to be a part of her family. What makes this movie so special is the way it shows us her evolution as a person and not just a kid. It also shows us a side of her that we often don’t see due to her shyness and her cautiousness. This makes her compelling as an artist and a person, not just a young girl.

## It shone a light on a beautiful side of humanity

It’s amazing how a movie about a 12-year old girl can shine a light on a whole variety of topics. From the different cultures she’s from to the different aspects of life in the west, from the challenges she faces to the love she finds in her music, this movie provides a fascinating insight into a little girl. It shows us that there are so many different kinds of people and that everyone has their own path to happiness. Even when she’s down, Sana isn’t afraid to seek help or fight back against the odds. She’s just trying to do what she needs to do in order to succeed.

## It had a message

This movie has something for everyone. From the themes it raises about diversity, inclusion, and gender equality to the message it wants to bring to the forefront, it has something to offer for all. From political messages such as the one about how important it is to “let go,” to religious themes that talk about the importance of “believing in yourself,” to the importance of learning “to love,” there’s something for everyone in this film. It also has an emotional component that makes it extra special. It’s the kind of movie that makes you want to reach out and hug your friends and family, even if they’re strangers.

## The performances were impeccable

The performances in this movie are incredible. The entire cast is an example of how to pull off a portrait of a person while keeping that person’s personality intact. The whole cast does an amazing job of playing their characters, from the adorable Abdulla, who has Down syndrome, to the intimidatingly confident Sana. Everyone from the villains to the heroes has their parts to play, and they all play their part well. Even the supporting characters (both real and fictional) help bring the plot and characters to life, especially in the moment.

## I loved the message

This movie has a message, and it’s one that will make you think. The messages are many and diverse, from the many issues this film discusses to the importance of accepting who you are and who you’re fighting for. It’s also a movie that shows us the power of love, something we often see but rarely think about. The relationships that form in this movie are the building blocks of society, and the way they grow and change is what makes this movie so powerful.

## Moreover, it had an emotional component that is hard to put into words

This may sound like a chore, but trust me, it’s not the case. There are multiple threads that run through this film, and they all tie back to one another. From the relationship between Sana and her best friend to the relationship between her and her disabled grand-father, the emotional core of the movie is found in each individual threads. It makes you think about the importance of “believing in yourself” and “standing up for what you believe in” because these are themes that run through this entire movie.

## It had an emotional component that is hard to put into words

This makes sense, right? After all, what’s better than having your best friend’s baby delivered to your bedside by your famous artist? In this case, it’s the one and only, Abdulla Yusef. This is the one and only time that he’ll be on screen with his two kids, and he isn’t even an adult yet! He’s a little kid, and he needs to be there for his friends and family. This makes me think about how important it is to have a family, to support your friends and to celebrate your joy.

## The performances were impeccable

It’s easy to get attached to your friends and family, especially when they’re around your favorite celebrity. In this case, it’s your best friend Sana Bibi. You’ll watch this movie with your friends and family, and they’ll love it too, because they’ll be transported back to the days when they were just kids and they still thought they were cool. They’ll laugh and joke around, and they’ll have a blast making fun of everyone’s age and silly mistakes. They’ll be there for you, doing whatever it takes to make you happy.

## I loved the message

It’s easy to get attached to your favorite celebrities, even if they’re not your friends anymore. In this case, your favorite celebrity is your parents, including your ailing, moping, and spinster grandmother. This makes you think about the importance of showing up for work every day, showing up for school, and showing up for work and school and family. It also shows us that no matter what happens in the world, being there for your parents is what matters most.

## The performances were excellent

This movie is a beautiful, moving, and insightful look at the love that two people can find in the face of death. We see the families that Abdulla and Sana have, and we see their bond as a result of that. We also see their skill at getting through the challenges that come their way, and how they overcome them. This is a movie about love at its most basic level, and it shows us that even when it feels like your heart is going to break, you can still love.

## I loved the message

This is the message that sets this movie apart from the other movies on this list. It doesn’t just tell you what happened in the end. It shows you what happened, and what the characters and the audience are supposed to think about it, too. It doesn’t let you forget about the events that happened in the movie because they don’t happen in a muddled and confusing way. It lets you focus on what’s important and what your parents are trying to tell you.

## Moreover, it had an emotional component that is hard to put into words

This is the final and most important part of the movie for many people. This is what makes this film different from the others in that it has a very specific and powerful message. It’s about how love can overcome anything, even if it is seemingly insurmountable. It’s about how you can stand up for what you believe in, even if it is probably against what society expects of you.

## It had an emotional component that is hard to put into words

This makes sense, right? After all, what’s better than having your best friend’s baby delivered to your bedside by your famous artist? In this case, it’s the one and only, Abdulla Yusef. This is the one and only time that he’ll be on screen with his two kids, and he isn’t even an adult yet! He’s a little kid, and he needs to be there for his friends and family. This makes me think about how important it is to have a family, to support your friends and to celebrate your joy.

## The performances were admirable

Again, this is a movie about love and how it can overcome even the most insurmountable challenges

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