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Jeffrey N (ag) wrote: Though Oscar buzz has been circling Helen Hunt for her strong and fearless portrayal as Cheryl, a sex surrogate assisting in allowing disabled Mark O'Brien to experience all matters of sex with the opposite gender, as good as Helen's performance is, John Hawkes' flawlessly portrays a dry-witted, lifelong Polio victim struggling to balance his religious teachings with the natural desire to have sex. His humor and writing style bring a very palm-under-the-chin type of viewing that demands attention. The story is told very sweetly with meaningful dialogue and touching situations, even to its sad ending, which is still humorously narrated by Mark until the last line.
Irina E (mx) wrote: I loved it! 3.13.2011
Jared A (ca) wrote: Deliver doesn't preach, nor does it deliberately attempt to manipulate your emotions. It is the result of outrage and perverse actions and does nothing more than present you with the cold, vicious reality we must confront.
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Tom S (de) wrote: I got the poo on me!
Steve J (us) wrote: Excellent domestic drama that should be a blueprint to any filmmaker working in the genre. An excellent cast, believable characters, and a beautiful story.
Yorne L (ru) wrote: The key point in this movie is the connection you feel with the role they played the actors where really good casted but for the story its the same as every boxing movie.
Min K (ag) wrote: An admirably ambitious project that unfortunately doesn't stand the test of time. The concept is intriguing - following a family through the major events that shaped 20th century Britain. However, the dialogue simply is not strong, and the acting reads unfortunately melodramatic today (even when compared to other films of its time period). Still, it has its moments and provides interesting insight into British history and attitudes in the 30's.
Andrs P (us) wrote: I mean...is a classic sci-fy movie.
Miguel R (br) wrote: Well crafted in its scenery and well written in its story, How I Live Now is an underrated picture with some very profound and complex themes!