Monday, October 17, 2011

Besi Benar

I can understand why many felt in love with this movie. It is a heartwarming story with a father-son-bond relationship turmoil thrown in the middle. Like always, a father abandons his son and gets a sudden chance to remedy the absence within a small fraction of time. Though hesitate at first, both forgave each other and work hard to continue the relationship build within that short frame.

The fact that the hero is a striving-to-get-end-meets just based on his previous 5 mins fame also helps. Thrown also, a cute faced boy witty enough to attract your teardrops. In the words of Hugh, ‘Who can say no to those eyes?”

But I really have difficulties in understanding the logic behind the robots wresting/ boxing. Watching man wrestle for kicks is for me unnecessary, what more robots.

Another flaw to me is the distant feature has no major change except for robots boxing and phone, radio and tvs using a touch glass only. Car still run on fuel and roads are still used. Fashion also stops at 2000 I presume.

Go watch this if you want something to shed your tears with and stay for the next Wolverine installment if you like Hugh in an action movie more.

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