Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close Reviews
Extremely loud and incredibly close ... the director Stephen Daldry
knew with this beautiful melodrama and following the disappearance of
his father during the attacks of the World Trade Center of New York, a
year ago, the innocence of the dream of dreams, A child with whom a
small object that he will discover will change the perception of his
life. And it will lead us into an incredibly deep and emotionally
charged adventure. "Tom Hanks" (the father) has played a small role,
but his presence always pleases to see, "Sandra Bullock" (the mother),
also plays a not very big role, but it always appears brilliant when
the way . A magisterial "Max von Sydow", despite his 85 years, still
has so much presence on the screen. Then there is this nine-year-old
boy Oskar, played by ("Thomas Horn") and the formidable way he
interpreted his role, is extraordinary with so much flexibility in his
actions and narrowly in his expressions gave The strength to this
melodrama. The music of Alexandre Desplat is exceptional and makes even more power to this movie. When I read some of the criticisms, I was really surprised to see some of them being disdained for this wonderful movie, if a tear in a movie is bad, then these people are downright lacking in feelings. Cinema is also there to make us all emotions and it is thanks to these emotions that we move forward in life, without emotion, there is not much left. A wonderful movie that I recommend andreview my score at 10/10.
I saw this on the train back from kalgoorlie to east perth and it was boring.
I was bored watching it.