My family and I were invited to attend a pre-screening of the film Ratchet and Clank this past weekend. We love watching movies as a family so we were all looking forward to it, especially my son.
We really enjoyed watching the movie and we found it to be funny for both the kids and adults. What I really liked the most is that there were messages of humility and what really makes you a hero.
Here are 7 Lessons We Learned From Ratchet and Clank
- To be a hero you don’t have to do big things, just the right ones
- Labels don’t define you (One of the characters was termed a “defect”, yet he went on to do great things)
- You shouldn’t idolize anyone because we all make mistakes
- While you can’t fix the past, you can change how you do things in the future
- There’s a difference between taking responsibility and blaming yourself
- How we treat people matters, if someone is treated badly it affects them and changes them (referring to one of the mean characters)
- Keeping your promises is important
Although it is based on a popular video game, you don’t have to have played to understand what’s going on. Ratchet and Clank is officially in theaters!
Ratchet is the last of his kind, a foolhardy lombax who grew up without a family. Clank is a pint-sized robot with more brains than brawn. After stumbling upon a weapon that can destroy entire planets, they join forces with a team of do-gooders known as the Galactic Rangers. Together, they must stop the evil alien Chairman Drek from utilizing this dangerous technology. Along the way, Ratchet and Clank learn valuable lessons about heroism, friendship and discovering one’s own identity.