127 Hours Reviews
A film that only really has one Actor has to have a good lead, James Franco plays the role well, you really believe the turmoil he's in. You wouldn't think watching someone trapped in one confined space would be entertaining, but with a combination of superb acting, good visuals, and a brilliant story it completely blew me away. Franco recording essentially a goodbye message to family and friends really hits hard, this is when you feel for him the most, it also makes you think, when's the last time you said I love you to your loved ones.
Films that are based off of true stories always tend to hold more of my attention, the aspect that someone has been in this situation before makes you really connect with the performance.
I felt quite an emotional release when we finally got to the end...which is a credit to both actor and director for taking me along on such a harrowing journey.
-You didn't tell anyone where you were going?
-Aah,yeah thats absolutely correct..
-Ups ! :)))
I mean they just have fired time and put some flashbacks .Maybe i'm a haiter but this movie sucks.