Action / Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 86%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 85%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 13334


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Taika Waititi as Alamein
Craig Hall as Mr. Langston
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Reviewed by pyrocitor 10 / 10

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According to Hollywood, childhood is either a magical, shiny age of oblivious joy and discovery, or full of terrible people and generally sh*t. Thankfully, there's Boy, the brainchild of weirdo genius Taika Waititi, here to wallop us with a knuckle sandwich of truth, then share a melting popsicle with us, staring off at a hazy sunset through a black eye. It's a film ruled by a tyrannical bullsh*t radar, seething with raw emotion but flayed of any obnoxious coddling moralizing or contrivance. It knows that the happiest memories are often witnessed through tears, and that the most profound epiphanies usually come waist-deep in mud and manure... then turn out to be 100% wrong.

It knows that your idols matter, truly matter, even as you watch them disintegrate before your eyes. It's a film that knows that lying can sometimes be okay when the truth sucks too much. It's a film that knows that childhood means riding a dolphin brandishing a machine gun as much as it means having heart-to-hearts with your goat. It's a film with absolutely nothing to prove about people with altogether too much to prove.

It's a film that knows that buried treasure really is buried treasure, even if it's something altogether scummier. It's a film that understands exactly how beautiful and lonely New Zealand is. It's a film that knows that the Incredible Hulk is a hero, but that there's a reason people outgrow their childhood heroes. It's a film that knows that a beatdown is really a dance-off. It's a film that understands colour and music in a way that other films only dream they could.

It's a film that knows that children can withstand anything, and I mean anything, but that they shouldn't have to. It's a film that understands just how hard it is to miss someone, especially when they're right in front of you. It's a film that knows that not everyone is going to be all right, but some people will be, and that's all right.

It's a film that knows that sometimes you cast that weird kid from the background as your lead, because you just have a good feeling about him, and he turns out to act the pants off all the professionals because he just gets it. It's a film that knows that sometimes you cast the director as the kid's dad, because he's just too adorable and f*cked up not to.

It's a film that gets that sometimes you need to switch to cartoons to show the real truth, because live action film is too old-fashioned to believe in telekinesis.

And if you told Boy that it just might be one of the most wildly wonderful films of the past who-knows-how-long, it would probably sucker-punch you, then moonwalk away, flipping you off. But then it would crack a secret, fiercely proud smile when it was sure you weren't looking anymore. Promise you'll never tell.



Reviewed by jessica-horsecrazy 10 / 10

Dammit, Taika, you made me cry!

And that's saying something, because films scarcely ever make me cry.

Brilliant story, told exceptionally well, with characters you will love and hate and feel so many things for all at once. It was captivating and heartbreaking and sidesplittingly funny.

I don't have any more words. Just watch it. Taika is a genius and all his work is spectacular.

Reviewed by Sameir Ali 8 / 10

Beautiful Movie.

Taika Waititi, I came to know about this name from "What We Do in the Shadows". I really liked his film making style and fun in it. I was excited that he is the Director of Thor: Ragnarok. That is his grown in film making. I got the chance to watch his movie "Boy" in theater.

The film starts with an innocent narration of the protagonist boy called as Boy. From this narration, you will be determined to watch the full movie. It was no innocent and funny. Whatever the nation is, you can get the glimpses of your childhood from Boy. Great visuals and wonderful treatment makes it a movie worth watch.

James Rolleston was really lucky to get the lead role. He nailed it. In fact, he was cast as an extra. But, as the lead cast did not perform well, he won the part.

Do not miss this movie. It's really good. #KiduMovie

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