Quick Movie Reviews
Matthew Brady - wrote on 02/11/2014
A talented, bright 9-year-old boy embarks on quest to New York in order to find the lock that fits a key his father left behind before being killed in the 9/11 attacks. Okay this movie was okay, the kid in this movie was so weird and annoying and the story was weak the acting was that bad.
Ryan Stephen M - wrote on 07/31/2013
This was so much better than I thought it would be. It's sad, touching, and very emotional. In my opinion this could not have been done better. Tom Hanks is great as always, Sandra Bullock is good. She has been impressing me more and more. Last but by now means least, Thomas Horn knocks it out of the park.
Marielle - wrote on 02/24/2013
funny how you can see things differently, the weird kid and the grandpa who didn't talk was what made the movie more interesting for me. And yes he was rude, but there was clearly something "different" about him (he said in the movie that they had tested him for asperges-syndrom). What's intersting in the movie is the relationship betwwen the caracters and the psychological aspects.. for me at least.. i loved it!
Hogan - wrote on 01/14/2013
Not a movie that i would recommend to may people. I am not sure what it was about it that just didn't set with me. I did like that it was centered around a child who had lost his father in the 9/11 attack and his journey to find something to helpo him hang on to his father. Was not a bad movie but definatly not a favorite
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 04/24/2012
Thomas Schell (Tom Hanks) was close to his eclectic bright son Oskar Schell (Thomas Horn). Linda (Sandra Bullock) and Oskar struggle after an unfortunate event related to 9/11. Screenplay was descent and soundtrack captures each vital scene. The character of Horn was irritating and rude at times. Bullock was fantastic and Hanks solid as always despite limited exposure. Thomas Horn has potential but needs to pick his roles in the near future if given the opportunity. Film sometimes drags and becomes pretentious. Only interesting portion of the film was the conclusion. Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close could have been better without having a weird kid searching for answers and a grandpa who doesn't speak.