Again the qoestion arises. Can Denzel do a bad movie? The answer is no! As John Q Dezel's acting ability will make you cry, if you are a parent you will rethink what love really means. After watching the greay movie and stopped crying I went to my youngest son and reiterated how much I love him. This is a heart warming tear jerker that will soften the hardest heart. If you purchase only one movie a yeay this is the one. Do not hesitate, don't think twice. This will become a classic in the realm of Gone With The Wind and The Wizard Of Oz. A reuly feel good movie that transcends race, social status and identifies and will make you reevaluate the healthcare situation in the USA. If Obama has this movie played before any vote on health reform there would be the first unamimous vote in US history. GET THIS FLICK!!!!!!!
This is one of my favorite movies. It is a story created about a single man and his struggles with ego and self identity. To have such a inner struggle played out like a movie is extremely moving and thought provoking. I did have to watch the movie a couple of times before I could identify to true meaning of each character and how they tie into the story the movie represents. The strange thing is the more of the movie you understand, the better you understand yourself and how your particular mindset came to be. This movie is a must have!!
Life is a struggle, the new film "The Son of No One" makes that explicitly clear. But so is moviemaking, and unfortunately the toil is all too evident in writer-director Dito Montiel's messy, logic-strained third feature.
It is Stallone versus the world in this crime flick. Stallone plays a sheriff trying to uphold the law as best he can in his small community. He thinks all his fellow cops are his friends, but little by little, he realizes there is something more than meets the eye. This is a movie that seems like it is going nowhere, yet it does not get boring, and it is worth watching just to see the ending.