Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close


Action / Adventure / Drama / Mystery

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 46%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 62%
IMDb Rating 6.9 10 89925


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March 20, 2012 at 02:27 AM



Tom Hanks as Thomas Schell
Sandra Bullock as Linda Schell
Viola Davis as Abby Black
John Goodman as Stan the Doorman
774.89 MB
23.976 fps
2hr 9 min
P/S 5 / 24

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by FountainPen 2 / 10

seasoned actors cannot save this mess !

Even with several household-name actors, this film is a miss. Bad writing is largely to blame, BUT the BIGGEST problem is the hugely objectionable KID, whom it is the easiest thing in the world to DESPISE intensely.

I found myself shouting at the tv screen early in in the film, when this little jerk was presenting some of the most irritating and annoying lines I've ever heard.

I still don't quite understand what the fick is all about, but that may be because the hideous brat and the substandard scripting affected me severely.

What I can definitely say is that this is one motion picture you should skip, unless you adore one of more of the big names AND love awful kids!

Reviewed by roller_man 9 / 10

Inspiring story of a boy who never gives up.

A breathtaking story remarkably recreated by the cast. The memorial day on 11th of September seen through the eyes of a kid. An unusual child who is trying to get to the mystery left by his father or maybe everything is in his imagination. One journey in the big city of New York which completely absorbs you and you wait for every next step of frantic interest.

Reviewed by Ian 7 / 10

A Boy's Perspective to 9/11

(Flash Review)

Imagine you are an impressionable 12 year old or so and your father is taken from you in the worst ever attack on American soil? This is a story about how this boy, with some sort of OCD behavior, attempts to cope and deal with the loss of his father. Based on various factors and his father's influence, he searches all over Manhattan for a lock to a key he found in his father's closet and comes across all walks of life; needle in a haystack. This was a crisply and smartly edited movie with good emotional moments. And it took a unique a tasteful angle on a very tragic situation. The boy carries the movie as Hanks and Bullock, his parents, are only in a few scenes. Neat little take on that event.

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