The Help

2011

Action / Drama

173
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 76%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 89%
IMDb Rating 8.1 10 369966

Synopsis


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Director

Cast

Bryce Dallas Howard as Hilly Holbrook
Ashley Johnson as Mary Beth Caldwell
Jessica Chastain as Celia Foote
Emma Stone as Skeeter Phelan
720p.BLU
851.52 MB
1280*720
English
PG-13
23.976 fps
2hr 26 min
P/S 10 / 227

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by mimi johana 9 / 10

The Point of view of human

We as human often do judgement towards other. well it shown in this film that maybe on that time it was a social issue and maybe till now but not as hard as back then. The film show how a brave woman with her point of view of life, of human too , embrace it in her writing. make the society shame of what they did. I watched it back then in 2011, but just rewatch this movie recently and it remind me of my nanny when i little. Does the book really do sell ? i want to read it

Reviewed by davreesha 10 / 10

I should've read the book!

When I was in high school, my Speech Teacher/Forensics Team Coach gave me this book to look for monologues. He told me that it was a great read, too! However, I didn't want to read it or find a monologue within it. I let my sister borrow it, and I returned it back to him. My sister loved the book! Then, they made the movie... Boy, I kicked myself for not reading it or finding a monologue.

Reviewed by Leofwine_draca 4 / 10

Not for me

THE HELP is one of those feel-good Hollywood productions that always makes me feel cold inside instead. The sentimentality is overbearing and the shrill performances extremely off-putting to this viewer, with Bryce Dallas Howard and Jessica Chastain making me want to switch off every time while they're on screen. The film seems to have been made to assuage white guilt and looks at the plight of black maids in the American South during the 1960s, where they were regularly bullied and treated as lessers during the civil rights era. Viola Davis and Octavia Spencer give well judged performances but the story feels padded out and lifeless at times; it really didn't need to be two and a half hours long. Emma Stone's grating character gets too much screen time and seems a bit dim while the decent into bad taste humour at one point is something I couldn't forgive or come back from.

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