[Movie]About a Boy
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Chris Weitz Paul Weitz
Jane Rosenthal Robert De Niro Brad Epstein
Tim Bevan Eric Fellner
Hugh Grant Nicholas Hoult Toni Collette
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Outside Japan :Released:2002/04/26
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2013/07/08 Very Good(+2 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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〓〓〓lthough it has become a story that preached the importance of connection with people, the main character who has escaped from various things, I think that Will's depictions of depictions were polite and good. It is good to build relationships with Marcus who is the other main character, it was better to be in a way to make you feel smile while still having reality.
〓〓〓he main character, Wil 's personality may have humanity, but Hugh, who plays it, was also very good at matching Grant' s performance. As usual I'm addicted to a bad guys' husband (laugh) Nicolas who also played Marcus.Holut also seems to be quite a hamer, as well as salt plum which makes children feel like a child.
〓〓〓lthough the story itself was a polite human drama, the image was finished in an urban and stylish impression, making it a painting that does not make the story's feeling sour. The tempo of deployment is also good, and it is made to be totally baptized.
In addition, there are also cases where surreal and comical interactions are caught in between, although it has a realistic theme indispensable to human beings, the whole seasoning has not become heavy and it has become a pretty easy-to-see work .
〓〓〓he theme of "the importance of connection between people and people", the main character, depiction about Will was well done, another hero, whether Marcus was able to digest the subject well In doubt, it was subtle if the fundamental problem was solved. I receive the impression that I brought to Will in various ways.
Nick Hornby original. Works directed by Chris and Paul 's Waits brothers. It was a work on the theme of "the importance of connection between people and people" with the race called so-called "NEET" set as the hero.
A hero who has avoided samurai and responsibility and has been cheating loneliness by lies or excuses.Wil recognized what kind of "connection with people" is through the encounter with a single boy named Marcus (re-recognized? ) I think that it was good that the state of drawing it was drawn quite carefully. Wil and Marcus' s interactions, such as the overall comical part, was also outstanding, and it was somewhat caught and laughable depictions were sandwiched between them, so it was good that a gentle touch was born overall. Whether it was a baptized picture or not, although it deals with a relatively heavy theme, it turned out that it was a pretty easy-to-see work throughout the whole story. Starring Hugh Grant and Nicolas. Holt also had a nice taste.
However, as the whole is centered on Will 's drama, it is not unusual for a depiction about Marcus to be felt somewhat halfway. I got the impression that the digestion of the theme was over by Will alone.
Despite what I wanted to describe Marcus a little more, was it a good work that matched well with realistic development and light style?
Evaluation is "very good".