The Lovely Bones

Director: Peter Jackson.
Cast/Voices: Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz, Saoirse Ronan, Susan Sarandon, Stanley Tucci, Nikki SooHoo, Michael Imperioli, Amanda Michalka.

Peter Jackson leaves behind the mega projects like The Lord of the Rings and King Kong, and back to the origins, time of Heavenly Creatures. A Look in Paradise is a melodrama, and unfortunately reminded me at times, that bad movie with Robin Williams, What Dreams May Come. Primarily by psychedelic moments employed by Peter Jackson to show the paradise. Visit Employee Retention.

This paradise, inhabited by the protagonist of the film, that same strange girl from Atonement, by the way a good actress. Susie Salmon (like fish) is brutally murdered early in the film. “Living” in this paradise, this 14 year old girl watching all the suffering that his family (father, mother, younger sister) goes through due to the fact.

Suggesting a natural order of things, the roadmap provides various transitions of feelings during the film. I’ve Talked about grief, then comes the desire for revenge, perfectly natural in this context. But unlike other films that focus only on that feeling and finish pouring, often without showing consequences, another transition occurs. And it is not simply the feeling of forgiveness. It sounded more like an acceptance, from the justice / divine providence.

Speaking a little of the other performances, we have Mark Wahlberg dull as ever. The gorgeous Rachel Weisz can not do anything to help, very little used. And still has an outbreak and is away from home one time. Luckily, we have a psychopath done well by Stanley Tucci, who while not great things is one of the good performances of the film. A comical character, but good. Anyway, I waited much of the film, and expectations were not met, it is still a good movie.

This post was written by Jeff H.

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