quarta-feira, setembro 07, 2011

127 Hours (2010)



After the huge success that Slumdog Millionaire (2008) made a few years ago, Danny Boyle returns yet again with another critically acclaimed movie!

127 Hours (2010) stars James Franco in what you can call a solo effort, one that has certainly added more star power into his already strong reputation. It is in fact a tour de force as Franco delivers a powerful performance through almost one hour and half, assisted by an excellent style of directing from Boyle's part. 

I have to say... after one or two editing sequences that (in my humble opinion) weren't very appealing (to say the least, but this is me being extremely rigid) I was worried with Boyle's performance...

Nonsense! Never doubt the capabilities of a genius like this Englishman! Great montages aliened and perfectly synced with A. R. Rahman soundtrack, giving the script and acting all it needed to go all the way.

Based on the amazing true story of mountain climber Aron Ralston, 127 Hours is very entertainment in spite of it's premise which has a man trapped between the moutains.

Inspiring in so many ways, it's also a reminder of how we need to cherish certain people or moments in life because we never know how things might go down...


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