The Way He Looks

The Way He Looks

Leonardo is a blind teenager dealing with an overprotective mother while trying to live a more independent life. To the disappointment of his best friend, Giovana, he plans to go on an exchange program abroad. When Gabriel, a new student in town, arrives at their classroom, new feelings blossom in Leonardo making him question his plans.

The movie is about a teenager named Leonardo. He is blind and live with an overprotective mother. He always wants to have a more independent life and plans to go abroad. Oneday, Gabriel - a new student - arrives at their classroom and makes Leonardo’s world changing completely. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Andrew M (us) wrote: For his latest feature, Wes Anderson pushes his quirky vision to what may be a new high for him. He combines the multitude of different filming techniques he's become so well-known for, both old and new (symmetrical cinematography, stop-motion/miniatures, etc.), into what is truly his most technically impressive film to date. The key to The Grand Budapest Hotel (no pun intended) that it gets right where his previous film struggled is making sure there's a story worth telling with this technical prowess as a backdrop. Pulling a complete one-eighty from the often cold tale of childhood love in Moonrise Kingdom, this time around Anderson has crafted a zany story-within-a-story murder mystery that is perhaps his funniest film to date. Anderson, of course, has always been a master of dry black humor, but much of the reason this film is so unflinchingly hilarious is the cast he's gathered to tell his story. The ensemble consists of too many names to list but all of whom are predictably great (most of whom are frequent Anderson collaborators), but the two standouts are brand new to being in front of an Anderson-operated camera: that is, Ralph Fiennes and newcomer Tony Revolori. Fiennes' dry wit and comedic timing is impeccable for an actor whose work has been primarily rooted in serious drama, and Revolori perfectly captures the awkwardness that feels like a cinematic extension of Anderson himself. It's easy to go on and on about how comedically perfect of a film this is, and ignoring the fact that Anderson never sacrifices emotion for a laugh. At the undercurrent of all the wackiness is a genuine feeling of romanticism and loss: the fact that Anderson can balance such opposing themes really is a testament to his capabilities as a storyteller, and in that regard, it's certainly not a stretch to call this his magnum opus.

Todd G (au) wrote: The film starts off great and the idea is solid, however, it veers off course somewhere in the middle of the film. The storyline then shifts onto the IRA, which signals the beginning of the end for this film...

Lance U (us) wrote: a shameful amalgamation of King Kong, Jurassic Park, and what somebody found dumpster-diving boring as could be-i can hardly imagine watching this for two hours, there IS NO characters to care about, just random people who walk around the jungle making comments that feel like are being read off a note for the first time ugly effects and terrible movie

Rocky L (ca) wrote: Like a watered down version of Man Bites Dog.

Steph O (it) wrote: An interesting drama about relationships and family. I hated Frances McDormand's character, but Kate Beckinsale and Christian Bale were good and "Laurel Canyon" at least kept me interested. It's pretty forgettable though, and I doubt I'll ever watch it again.

David B (us) wrote: Dark and bloody tale of revenge with beautiful, striking use of lighting and some seriously atmospheric and crazy kung fu/swordfight choreography; superb portrayal of small town life in medieval China (with the main intrigue revolving around a sword factory) reminiscent of the roughest depictions of the wild west...

Paul B (br) wrote: So the story is not compelling or well put together...does that make it a bad movie? Absolutely not. Just sit back and relax and this film comes together with great pacing as collage of music footage, action, and trash talking (and short dramatic scenes which sort of go together). Obviously you have to like Run DMC to enjoy this...this is kinda heavy stuff to start a hiphop newbie on.There are 80's and cheesy elements worked in all over the place, and edited like a high school video project with bits of this-and-that thrown in, instead of a highly cohesive cut more typical today. Personally I find this engaging, as the plot fails to thicken but the style keeps refreshing. I gotta take a star off for a couple moments where it went from B-movie to C-movie and was just painful to watch. But that's just 3-4 minutes, total.

BellaRay (es) wrote: Now that right there is the most contradictory title I've seen yet!

Andr D (kr) wrote: La pelicula definitiva sobre la legion francesa y la mejor actuacion de Terence Hill, en una dura pelicula con un espectacular climax que todos los amantes de las balaceras tienen que ver para creer.

Private U (jp) wrote: A VOIR ABSOLUMENT !!Jacqueline Maillan est vraiment formidable!!

Christian C (kr) wrote: "Roman Holiday" is remarkable just because Audrey Hepburn isn't gratingly over-the-top as she is in most movies. "Roman Holiday" is well-scripted and well-acted with gorgeous visuals shot on location in Italy. It's a charming film with wit fresh enough for a modern audience.

Star R (de) wrote: i love it it is so sad

Abbey B (fr) wrote: In the movie "Safe Haven", Nicholas Sparks has Emily get in an abusive relationship and she tries to get out of it because her husband is abusing her. She then goes to Georgia where she changes her name to Katie and changes her appearance. I really like this movie because it's so realistic and it shows that not all women have a loving relationship and some women have to fight for their life in some relationships.

Ahmed M (jp) wrote: The Adventures Of Tintin brings back the Indiana Jones type of an adventure movie we were all waiting for a long time.

Cole B (mx) wrote: One of my favorite memories of the 90's is watching this film repeatedly after getting home from middle-school. I just watched it for the first time in 20 years and it still holds up as an entertaining thriller with strong performances from Rob Lowe and James Spader.

Mohammed A (nl) wrote: It's good movie to watch