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Director: Clint Eastwood
Writer: Peter Morgan
Starring: Matt Damon, Cecile De France, Jay Mohr
Reviewed by: Klash

A story that centers on the lives of three people bought together through disaster, death and an unnatural ability. It begins with Marie Lelay (Cecile De France) who survives a near death experience after being caught in a tsunami. Then comes a boy named Marcus (Frankie McLaren) who losses his twin brother in an accident. And finally there is George Lonegan (Matt Damon) a psychic who possesses the ability to channel the dead. A curse as he calls it, acquired after undergoing surgery on his brain as a child. As expected the three characters slowly drift through the film, each struggling in their own way with the circumstances that eventually bring them together for a very boring and uneventful conclusion.

There weren’t any redeeming qualities from start to finish for this film, it just didn’t work. The acting is extremely generic making it impossible to connect to or feel anything for the characters, regardless of what they have been through. The cinematography was very bland with nothing visually appealing. And the story didn’t have a single moment which made it interesting.

Without a doubt Clint Eastwood is an amazing actor and director which brings about the question what made him decide to get involved in this film. Compared to the other films he has directed this is by far the worst film Eastwood has been a part of.

Rating: One Guy

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