Movie Review

Me Before You: A film review

To those who have known me for ever, I have no problem entering a Cinema alone.

 

Now, for my film review slash personal thoughts about the movie.

Few weeks before the movie release, Me Before You encountered some issues with the disability campaigners. They have a point, I mean I am as frustrated with what Will did. You can’t just give up your life like that despite what happened. But I think they shouldn’t really be against the movie, after all it IS an adaptation of a book.

Me Before You, touches the audience’s heart in a way we don’t notice how deep. It cuts through too deep it’s wonderful and hurtful at the same time.

The movie, is very beautiful and emotionally detailed. If you take it not as someone who has read it, you would really appreciate the movie quality.

I am in love with it ; despite the emotional ride and how heartbreaking the ending was.

I’ve been following Emilia Clarke since Game of Thrones, and it’s fantastic how she bagged roles in Terminator Genisys and now in Me Before You.

Sam Claflin too is an amazingly good actor. It’s tremendous how he can play iconic roles like Finnick Odair (The Hunger Games) , Alex Stewart (Love, Rosie), William (Snow White and The Huntsman) and now as Will Traynor.

He will forever be my #mancrushmonday from the very first time I’ve seen him as Phillip Swift (Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides)

These two, made justice playing Louisa Clark and William Traynor and I wouldn’t see it any other way but a successful movie. **

How about you, guys?

Care to share your thoughts about any movie you’ve seen lately?

 

 

 

**based on my own personal opinion only.

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