Transcript for The 'GMA' kid correspondent reports from the premiere of 'A Wrinkle in Time'
Back now with "A wrinkle in time" and Taylor Richard sop who raised $100,000 for other kids to see the movie with the help of Oprah. She got to go to opening night herself. Take a look. Hey, guys. We're at the theater where a bunch of people just watched "A wrinkle in time." I loved the movie. The critics say a plus. Would you recommend this to others? I would watch it again and again. Thumbs down or up? Thumbs up. How did you feel about the movie? We loved it. What's the best message you took from the movie? Being yourself is probably the strongest thing you can do for yourself. We're leer as adults watching a movie about a little girl and self-esteem. We're like, owe, my god this is fantastic. No matter how much darkness there will be, there's always light. Not to give up on things that would be hard for you. My message for the movie is that, like, you can be yourself. When you leave the theater, you'll be a warrior. Be a warrior. Can you? I'll try. Be a warrior! Yes. Well done, Taylor. Well done, Oprah. Good morning, I'm
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