127 Hours – Should be a definite Oscar win for the Protagonist for his flawless performance about handling wrenching pain shown in his emotions. A directorial talent exuberated. Two way thumbs up to the movie.
This is a superb film encapsulated by the exquisite directing by Danny Boyle. It’s the power of Will shown but he also mentions about the fate. Recalling his previous memories when he knows he is going to die was touching. This is the film where screenplay comes into picture rather than script. A Master in screenplay is the only capable person for making this kinda film.
Bio-pics often fall into one of two categories: overblown hero-worship or a dry, dull account. It’s rare that this movie is a mixture of both. Based on the life of Aron” comes across as anything more than sporadically ever.
From what I have seen and read the level of intensity James Franco brings to the character – Aron Ralston is unwavering. For all 132 minutes, director Danny Boyle and actor James Franco have us mesmerized by this individual who is by turns sympathetic, sad, and wrenching in pain. The director has shown how hard it is to accept the situation he was in and how to get out of this ill situation, acting once again I mention here it’s marvelous.
127 Hours will be crowned with so many l laurels that another word in extolment of it might seem redundant. So here I end this!!!!