Why The Bucket List Should Be In Your Bucket List Of Movies To Watch


Have you found joy in your life? Has your life brought joy to others?

Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman, these two names are enough to sell any movie. On top of that imagine these two ultra legends being directed by Rob Reiner. If you haven’t watched the film yet, you must be getting curious to watch.

The Bucket list is so much more than a movie; it is a tale of inspiration, a fight for life, and living life to the fullest. Two terminally cancer patients (Freeman and Nicholson) meet inside a hospital room for the first time. And by the way one of them owns the hospital itself, and the other is a car mechanic.

One night Edward Cole (Nicholson) finds a piece of paper in the trash thrown by Carter Chambers (Freeman), In that paper, there is a list of things to do before Carter hits the Bucket (dies). Edward adds some points to the list and offers Carter to do these things together before they die. Reluctantly Carter agrees, and their life-changing trip begins.

Together they witness the most beautiful places in the world, talk about life, and live a little before they die. The Bucket list has so many emotions and elements to learning life that I was compelled to think about life and how I should be thankful and live to the fullest. I am sure if you watch this movie, you won’t be the same person either.