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||IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 from 12 votes
||Release: 20 February 2014 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Mystery
||Director: Akiva Goldsman,
||Stars: Alan Doyle, Brian Hutchison, Colin Farrell, David O'Brien Hart, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jon Patrick Walker, Kevin Corrigan, Lucy Griffiths, Matt Bomer, Matthew R. Staley, Maurice Jones, Mckayla Twiggs, Michael Patrick Crane, Russell Crowe, William Hurt
||Synopsis: New York City is subsumed in arctic winds, dark nights, and white lights, its life unfolds, for it is an extraordinary hive of the imagination, the greatest house ever built, and nothing exists that can check its vitality. One night in winter, Peter Lake (Colin Farrell), orphan and master-mechanic, attempts to rob a fortress-like mansion on the Upper West Side. Though he thinks the house is empty, the daughter of the house is home. Thus begins the love between Peter, an Irish burglar in his early 20's, and Beverly Penn (Jessica Brown Findlay), a young girl, who is dying. Written by Jack
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First some background, I'm a guy, a shoot 'em, blow 'em up, Clint
Eastwood luvin dude. I do appreciate however a good romantic story.
Also, I have NOT read the book, heck, never even heard of it until now.
So that said, here is my take. The haters seem to fall into three major
First, there are the "loved the book, hate the movie" types. Since I
never read the book, I can't speak to this, other than to say, "Sorry,
it's not the book, it's a movie". I always tell my kids that the medium
of film is radically different than that of pulp and what "works" in
one doesn't necessarily work in the other. Given that, one should go
into a movie with an open mind, even if you've read the book.
Second, there are the "I never read the book, the movie didn't make
sense". Now that I can talk to. I never did find myself all that
confused. I think falls in large part to the fact that I never assumed
the movie was supposed to be based on reality. I mean come on, given
the rather obviously "fantastic" aspects of the story, it's not meant
to be taken seriously. You're given an overarching concept (basically
the power of love to do amazing things) and if you buy in, then the
particulars are not really all that important. If you can't get beyond
that, or simply don't buy into the central conceit, then you won't like
the movie because it rides that wave for all it's worth.
Third are the folks who thought the movie was too schmaltzy. Now that I
would at least partially agree with. That said, again, the movie
doesn't try to hide the fact that it wears it's heart on it's sleeve.
It's fair that if one does not go for that kind of thing, then you
won't like this film.
All that said, I thought it was a "good" romantic film. My personal
criticisms fall mainly on the somewhat wooden acting and the overall
lack of "feel". That's right, despite all I said above there was just
something about the film that just never really drew me into the
characters. For some reason I never really felt truly emotionally
invested in the characters. I didn't hate them, I did care, just not
nearly as much as I thought I should. I also thought some of the acting
was a bit forced and this might have contributed to not being able to
lose myself in the characters. Almost like the actors did a good job of
"acting" like the characters but never quite crossed into "being" the
So if you're willing to accept the movie for what it is, an unabashedly
romantic film that weaves religion as an integral part of the story,
then I think that you will enjoy the film. It's not perfect by any
sense of the imagination, but IMHO it's not nearly as bad as some folks
are making it out to be.
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, Brian Hutchison
, Colin Farrell
, David O'Brien Hart
, Jessica Brown Findlay
, Jon Patrick Walker
, Kevin Corrigan
, Lucy Griffiths
, Matt Bomer
, Matthew R. Staley
, Maurice Jones
, Mckayla Twiggs
, Michael Patrick Crane
, Russell Crowe
, William Hurt
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