The End of Love (2013)
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Creative people often mistakenly assume that the trials of their profession are compelling.
"The End of Love" is an exceptionally intimate, human-scaled picture. It's also quite a special piece of work.
Mr. Webber, a skilled actor, has not devised a narrative with sufficient momentum or tension to sustain much interest.
There is plenty of evidence that Webber has something significant to say, and the gifts with which to express himself. Once he's ready to commit fully to his own vision, there's no end to what he might accomplish.
Shot with tiny digital cameras to minimize the sense of intrusion, The End Of Love sometimes feels like a home movie, but that's also the source of its strength.
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This was a touching movie, though hard to follow. I think that the acting by the child is quite exceptional. Father and son story just on a different scale.
This movie was alright, but sort of confusing to me. He is a struggling actor, but he gets invited to Michael Cera's party with famous people like Aubrey Plaza and Alia Shawkat... What?? The kid was cute and it showed me how annoying children can be, and we still love them. I guess that is what made this movie 3 stars instead of one. Also............... RIP goldfish. I get why he did that but that was really sad to me
I would like to start out by saying that the first "review quote" atop of this poster is completely incorrect. This movie will not sit with you long after you've left the theater however, the second is very true. The entire movie is a natural collection of father and son moments....why? Because Isaac in the movie is Mark's real life son. I understand that the film was trying to convey accepting death and moving forward however I don't think Mark knew exactly how to execute that without being blatant which is exactly what happens towards the end with the goldfish. What Mark has done is make a movie about his life with a few situations distorted (his wife is not dead, they are separated). After watching the film, I knew Isaac had to be his son because there was no way a child that young could give such a raw and real performance. Sure enough, Mark had a friend follow them around with a camera, the kid never knew he was making a movie, which adds to it's realism. What we get is a natural father/son relationship that I don't think can be duplicated. The main problem lies in the story/plot, it's pretty much MIA. Mark has no money and can't get any gigs (insert cameo here by actor playing him/her self), is alone, "struggling" to take care of Isaac and trying to fill the void of his passed girlfriend with Shannyn Sossaman and some Jocelyn chick. I kept thinking throughout the movie, "why doesn't get a JOB while he tries to book a gig?" Aside from the lack thereof of a good plot, it will be intriguing to see what Mark comes up with next, albeit he doesn't base another movie on his personal life.
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