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127 Hours - Movie Review

A very powerful film by Danny Boyle you surely couldn't miss.
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127 Hours tells the story of an mountain climber, trapped under a bounder while canyoning alone near Moab, Utah. In order to survive, he bravely cuts his hand off. The film stars the yet awesome James Franco, Amber Tamblyn, Kate Mara and a rock in a boulder. It was directed by Danny Boyle which won Best Director in the classic Slumdog Millionaire

This film is I think much cooler than Slumdog Millionaire. It's much more realistic and trippy. I love how the film becomes much so interesting just by taking the film in a single place and time. The film couldn't make you  bored even if you're just primarily watching a single scene, which was great. The score was again conducted by AR Rahman. Who just turns out to win 2 or 3 Oscars for his great music for Slumdog Millionaire. The score was fine. Well-made and well-conducted.

James Franco was the most talented actors around these days. He was perfectly fit for Aron Ralston. He speaks his lines very well and. Ughh he rocks here and he continue becoming more of a better actor. This film is fit for a actor like him and he tried to reach the viewers how harsh Ralston survives successfully.

Danny Boyle made this film outstanding. I didn't much notice how a simple plot like this could turn out to be an immersive, Oscar-winning film. I love the arm-cutting scene, which was the climax of the film. Very realistic, very gory and very kinda outstanding. Franco did a great scene there and he's very focused on what he had.
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Overall, the film is fine. Great acting by James Franco. Great cinematography, very artistic and trippy just like Boyle did on Slumdog Millionaire. Good score. Brilliant direction by Boyle. Very simple but witty, brutal and atmospheric.

The geek gave it 7.6/10. The film is fine. I hope Danny Boyle continue making more films like this. Gonna pick it up on DVD later at Astrovision and can't wait to watch it over and over again.


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