Charlie St. Cloud

2010

Action / Drama / Fantasy / Romance

138
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 27%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 61%
IMDb Rating 6.5 10 52492

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Zac Efron as Charlie St. Cloud
Dave Franco as Sully
Kim Basinger as Claire St. Cloud
Ray Liotta as Florio Ferrente
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by audrablum 10 / 10

A beautiful, underrated piece of work

This week I watched Charlie St. Cloud (2010), which is a drama/fantasy/romance film. The logline reads "Charlie's brother, Sam, dies in a car crash that Charlie survives. Charlie is given the gift of seeing his dead brother and others who he has lost such as his friend who died in the military, but when the girl he falls in love with's life is at risk, he must choose between his girlfriend and his brother." Watching this movie was very intriguing and I felt like the movie was underrated. I really like how the film dealt with concept of dealing with death and moving on from death. Obviously this is a professional work as it is a Universal Pictures production, so the lighting, VFX, editing, etc were all at the professional bar. However, I will say that I really liked the cinematographer's use of light in the night scenes. The moonlight against the human form was especially artistic and interesting as the rest of the cinematography was less artistic and more meant to emulate natural lighting. There were a few moments in the script that felt a little forced and could have used more research to buff up the content, but overall I really appreciated the uniqueness of the story line and for once I really could buy the male rescues the female scene. It was heartwarming. I wish this movie got a little more credit as it really does deserve it.

Reviewed by sakram 8 / 10

Left me with great sensations

I really didn't expect much from this movie, it was sad, it was joyful, it was unique. I loved it, needless for long reviews, It had me feel confused, beautifully confused. The acting was cool, the plot line, well who would hate it ? I myself think it's underrated, and it is one of those movies in which Zac Efron once again proves himself as THE lead actor.

7.5/10

Reviewed by studioAT 3 / 10

Zac's transition

Although he's made some odd/silly career choices of late I think Zac Efron is a better actor than people give him credit for, and this film is one he made during the transition from teen movies to leading man.

It's not as good a film as it could've been however, and contains lots of elements that we have seen used better elsewhere, but that is not to take away from a good performance from Efron, who manages to find the balance between the romance/drama sides of the role effectively.

This re-collaboration with his '17 Again' director, Burr Steers is a decent attempt at a grown up role.

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