Good Will Hunting

Good Will Hunting

Will Hunting has a genius-level IQ but chooses to work as a janitor at MIT. When he solves a difficult graduate-level math problem, his talents are discovered by Professor Gerald Lambeau, who decides to help the misguided youth reach his potential. When Will is arrested for attacking a police officer, Professor Lambeau makes a deal to get leniency for him if he will get treatment from therapist Sean Maguire.

Will Hunting is an orphan and a genius in mathematics. He grows up in a corner of the city of Boston and makes friends with a group of young people have no future. Will is a genius but also just a kid with a lot of fear. What will he do to escape from this? Let's enjoy the film . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Melissa A (nl) wrote: I like to appreciate low-budget films with artistic integrity and i've seen some excellent ones. Unfortunately, this is not one of them. I liked the intensity of how the camera captured the emotion of each scene and the fact that the whole movie went without even mentioning the names of the two characters. However, something was lacking, maybe the level of excitement or the story itself, or the notion of how love was portrayed. I couldn't connect and that is mainly what lost my interest. You're left to draw your own conclusions as to what happens in the end between him and her, but after a while, I just wanted to see the closing credits.

Johnny L (it) wrote: Sex, like music, is a universal language. We want to use it to introduce character, evoke emotion, propel the plot.-?Mitchell

Talon T (fr) wrote: Great movie...enuff said.

Myron R (mx) wrote: Shockingly acted, weak plotting, terrible effcts...ladies and stars! Ok, half...because the computers looked pretty...

Conner R (us) wrote: What a crazy story about brothers. Keanu Reeves wasn't as nutty and alien as usual, especially when Vincent D'Onofrio played his character so deranged. I think the only real shining element was Cameron Diaz, who was a really good character. It's so trashy and odd, but you can go a lot worse in terms of romantic comedies.

Naoya K (es) wrote: A masterpiece of 1970s New Hollywood era which is unfortunately too little known and unrecognized as the director Richard Sarafian is. Very powerful images and theme, especially look at the ship climbing up the hills and moving in the wide plain... It's 10-year-ahead of Herzog's Fitzcarraldo and even earlier than Aguirre. Great performances of Richard Harris and John Huston cannot be overlooked!

Greg W (jp) wrote: the first mae west pic post the production code so mae's teeth are filed down.

Alex T (mx) wrote: A unique take on the otherwise overplayed genre. Suspenseful, entertaining and enough heart to make us really care about the characters.

Jonny P (es) wrote: "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron" is an entirely unique animated film from Dreamworks. It is like a cross between "Black Beauty" and "Bambi." The story takes us through the displacement of the Native Americans during the westward expansion of the Transcontinental Railroad but they didn't try to compete with Disney by creating an inevitability inferior musical featuring anthropomorphic animals. Instead, they went for realism by limiting the dialogue to human characters and incorporating real horse sound effects. These horses display an incredible array of expression without dialogue and Matt Damon's occasional narration of Spirit's thoughts is just enough to make the plot clear. The score is vital to defining the characters' emotions and it becomes a story told through the music of Hans Zimmer. They also tried to steal a page out of Disney's "Tarzan" by populating the film with pop songs by Bryan Adams overtop of the various montages (though only playing half of each song). It isn't quite as successful as "Tarzan" and "Brother Bear," but that is probably because they didn't have Phil Collins. The main draw of this film is its visual beauty for which it received an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature. Films like "Frozen" and "Zootopia" are visual masterpieces but there really is no comparison to the craft of traditional hand drawn animation. This film combines digital and traditional animation to get the best of both worlds, but the traditional is what stands out to us. "Spirit" doesn't have the most complex or unpredictable story but it serves as a piece of visual artwork that can be enjoyed by all ages.

Luciano G (gb) wrote: This movie doesn't break any new ground or tell us anything we didn't already know about the history of the Amityville saga, but I enjoyed it for what it was...... it's certainly hands down better than most of the Amityville sequels we've been subjected to over the years.....

Alaa K (kr) wrote: Are u kidding me - this movie only got 2 stars. This movie is by far one of woody allen's best movies. It's better than both match point and night in Paris combined. It's one of the best written movies since goodfellas n raging bull era. Each character from Jason Biggs to Christina Ricci to Danny Devito and especially woody Allen gave one of his/her best performances ever. Every time I watch this movie I truly appreciate what a true genius Woody Allen is.