A Beautiful Mind (2001)
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Torrent details: DVD Rip, Dual Audio, English sub
Genre: Biography, Drama
Director: Ron Howard
Starring: Russell Crowe, Ed Harris, Jennifer Connelly
After a brilliant but asocial mathematician accepts secret work in cryptography, his life takes a turn for the nightmare.
I went along with the films did not really want to see this movie, thought it was a girly film, one that was more technical skills, the story. I was more surprised than anything I could imagine. I've seen a lot of movies in my time, but this movie just my storm. Its unique, ironically, because it is based on the real-life situation is a refreshing change from the usual Hollywood movies. This film provides brilliant (pardon the pun) an insight into many aspects of genius at work. The film touched me on many levels. Film Psychology is interesting, actually real mathematical philosophy of my own experience, and the icing on the cake to make the film highlights a surprisingly humanistic side of love. While love is common ground in most films, the interaction of these issues with other aspects of the plot is designed phenomenlly. As for the cast, I never noticed a real difference in skill between the actors / actresses much before. Like Mel Gibson, Tom Cruise, and so on, but we will not be able to determine the performance of classical actors. But Russell Crowe in the film showed me what it was like to act in a way where I was in awe of their skills in playing the character, especially when considering the extreme contrast of the characters in his films such as Gladiator and The Insider. Russell Crowe was one of the major reasons this film is so great. In addition to the stellar performance of Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris and Adam Goldberg, and this is the perfect film. A Beautiful Mind film was by far the most original, intelligent and entertaining I have ever seen. And it's from the movie I did not expect great things from. Kudos to Ron Howard, the cast and crew of this film. It is indeed worthy of an Oscar, and Russell Crowe is certainly most deserving of the production team to lose the highest honor. Politics may play a bigger role than I would have thought before.