Terry Hitchcock's feat was amazing and I was excited to go and see the film. I was anxious to see
what had inspired his decision to run, and the run itself. I left the theater uninspired and shaking my head.
The reasons for the run became unfocused, and although he completed his goal. But what happened to his greater goal. He said that he was running for single parents, yet you could barely remember that when you left the theater. He wore a hat with RUDS on it but I still have no idea what that stands for.
He compared himself to Terry Fox who ran "the equivalent of a marathon a day" for 143 days with a prosthetic device for one leg. Terry Fox is a symbol of the fight against cancer, and again I struggle with Hitchcock's purpose.
I would say don't walk or run to see this...wait for TV.
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