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Wesley Dickens 17 December If you ever wanted to see a movie that portrayed what really makes a man, then you must see this movie. Forget all those romantic comedy whimps. Bruce Willis never had to make this many life threatening decisions in Die Hard.
Will Smith gives a better performance of toughness here than he did portraying Muhammed Ali. This movie is raw. This movie will force you to examine your manhood. See if you can look in the mirror after watching this film.
This movie is not for kids. If you let your child see this movie you may regret it. Your child may never be able to look at you the same way again. Your child will wonder why you are not more like Chris Gardner. Was this review helpful?
Sign in to vote. Certainly, no one would make a Will Smith movie about a guy who breaks under the strain of his difficult life, abandons his child and dies.
To take the real-life rags-to-riches story of stockbroker Chris Gardner, a story with a preordained happy ending, and imbue it with tension and suspense.
It may have seemed that way from the trailer: The beauty of the film is its honesty. In other words, it all feels real. Our hero works hard. Yet even without a false move on his part, just an extra push of bad luck, he might land on those streets, and with such a thud he might never rise.
As in all rags-to-riches tales, we find the protagonist, Chris, unappreciated and looked down upon at the start. His wife disdains him. Actually, the treatment of the wife is the first hint that "The Pursuit of Happiness" is going to be an usually uncompromising movie. The wife Thandie Newton is a poisonous harpie, with no redeeming traits.
The filmmakers are not messing around: Chris has it bad. In fact, he is an extraordinary man, but no one is paying attention to him long enough to notice. He decides he wants to get an internship as a stockbroker for Dean Witter and, realizing that his resume looks weak, he sets out to meet the man in charge and say a few words on his own behalf.In addition to such a strong father-son relationship, The Pursuit of Happyness also presents the American Dream as an achievable reality.
It begins when Chris asks a Dean Witter broker (who he sees getting out of a bright-red Ferrari) what's needed to do the job. The Pursuit of Happyness is a very Hollywood film, which could be good or bad depending on your point of view. It tries very hard to be profound and inspirational, but ultimately it's not up to 67%().
Jul 12, · Movie Review (Formal Writing) - "The Pursuit Of Happyness" Pursuit of Happyness The Pursuit of Happyness was released on the 15th of job to cover his expenses.
Dec 15, · A fairy tale in realist drag, “The Pursuit of Happyness” is the kind of entertainment that goes down smoothly until it gets stuck in your craw. Inspired by a true story, as they like to say in. Pursuit of Happyness is also a poignant portrayal of the problem of homelessness in our society.
Perhaps what makes the film so powerful is that it is based on a true story. Perhaps what makes the film so powerful is that it is based on a true story.
Jan 02, · Read the Empire review of The Pursuit Of Happyness. Find out everything you need to know about the film from the world's biggest movie destination.3/5.