The Words

The Words

I must admit that I was looking forward to The Words. The trailer intrigued me. In today’s world of bigger and louder action films, I find that I seek out some of the smaller ones that deal with quieter themes, such as ethics. Unfortunately, this particular movie did not deliver as much as I had hoped it would. Bradley Cooper in The Words With a pedigreed cast with Bradley Cooper, Jeremy Irons, Dennis Quaid, Olivia Wilde and Zoë Saldana, it was reasonable to think that The Words would deliver excellent performances in a tightly constructed mystery; instead The Words delivered a rather lackluster, at times, boring construction without a genuine spark of intrigue. For a film based around an ethical dilemma, there just wasn’t much tension built into it by the writing and directing team of Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal. I suppose their inexperience is showing in this production, although with a debut like this, them may not get another stab at directing. When the end of The Words finally arrived, it landed with a flat note. The audience seemed to just look around and think.. “Oh.. I guess it’s time to leave.” That final flat note pretty much summed up The Words… flat, and disappointing. I would recommend that you pass on The Words, and save the money for something with a little more life in it; something like a zombie film perhaps…. If the eight ball goes into any other pocket besides the one he called, he loses. Don’t lose. Alright, Jeff missed his shot. I accepted an offer to serve as a game analyst for...
Source Code

Source Code

Jake Gyllenhaal stars in Source Code as Captain Colter Stevens with Michelle Monaghan as Christina Warren (the girl he wants to save) and Vera Farmigad as Goodwin, his liaison during the mission. If you were to cross the TV series Seven Days with the film Groundhog Day, you have an approximation of the upcoming film, with a twist here and there.

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