Stranger Than Fiction

Stranger Than Fiction

Everybody knows that your life is a story. But what if a story was your life? Harold Crick is your average IRS agent: monotonous, boring, and repetitive. But one day this all changes when Harold begins to hear an author inside his head narrating his life. But when the narration reveals he is going to die, Harold must find the author and convince them to change the ending.

An interesting film is directed by, Marc Forster, starring Will Ferrell, Emma Thompson and Dustin Hoff follows a boring man. The main character is an auditor; out of the blue, he hears a voice in his head. The voice narrated extraordinary accurate story of his life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Bernard N (ag) wrote: A kid's movie. 'nuff said

Gregory M (ca) wrote: Quite a thought-provoking and political movie. I think I chose to watch it at the most right time. It is so relevant to the current situation in the world. The thing is though, that this movie would be relevant in any given time. The writing is amazing, everything the Wachowskis write is so well-thougth and cared for. The direction is beautiful with many powerful scenes. Natalie Portman was amazing but Hugo Weaving's voice is what rules in the entire movie. I'm so glad I finally watched it, and I simply think this was the right time to do so. A very important piece of art.

Tom G (ru) wrote: Even worse than "Necropolis" for one, blatent, scalding reason only: everyone acts as though the previous movie never happened. Normally, that would be a good thing, except that "Rave to the Grave" is a direct sequel to "Necropolis", following the same characters after the events. Because "Necropolis" is simply forgotten about by all the characters, this movie feels like maybe they all suffered from amnesia between movies, which makes the scenes where they see zombies for the "first time" a really weird experience.

David F (ca) wrote: Based on a true story, this film promotes a vision of racial harmony through football like only Disney can.

Wade W (gb) wrote: The Road Warrior is a vast improvement over its predecessor and it stands today as one of the greatest action movies ever. Max is back and now he is on a mission, much more bold and determined than before. The action sequences are aplenty and ferocious as they come. The main villain is weaker this time around but that is one of the few complaints I have. Overall, it's a must-own and the standout in the original Mad Max trilogy.

Jacob M (nl) wrote: Another great Lumet picture.

Dan M (it) wrote: Classic excellent documentary. Can watch again and again.

Robert I (jp) wrote: First off, this is getting a higher rating than the first purely because of the "Song of the South" parody. But chalk this film up as another sequel in line with Ace Ventura 2 and Lethal Weapon 2 where an "issue" seems to be more important than story. In this case, Fletch takes on The South! Chase returns as a more competent Fletch who is a MUCH better liar than in the first movie... But sadly not any funnier. But I will give R. Lee Ermey credit for not playing a military man.