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BryanFury's Movie Reviews (149)

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Seven Pounds 
The saddest thing is
3/4 stars

Let me just start off by saying this movie is unexpectedly brilliant. I was definitely enthralled by Will Smith’s performance and in my opinion he was undoubtedly at his best. His acting is just so real you kind of become so emotionally attached to his character. I can definitely see an Oscar nod in the near future for how amazingly beautiful this movie has become because of him. Also worth mentioning the chemistry between Will and Rosario, it’s like they have this unspoken connection mere words can't describe it. The supporting cast also performed exceptionally well, specially a blind Woody Harrelson. What I didn't worked for me on the other hand was when I’m about 30 minutes into it I still am wondering what the heck is going on. Maybe it’s because the style of filming is in reverse and it’s a sort of like a puzzle and you’re putting it together in your head piece by piece. Another thing is the feel of the movie is just so sad from start to finish. But even though going into it kind of felt like a crushing pain to the heart there will be redemption in the end. By that time the puzzle will be complete and your eyes shall be opened. And it’s beautiful


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