Okay. So the Diaz and Patric elements do not appeal to me. However, the Breslin and Vasselieva elements make me want to see this film. However, it could also be horribly schmaltzy.
well i think it looks interesting, and i think it will appeal to many who have had struggles with cancer particularly within their families. that aside it does look extremely emotionally manipulative and could end up losing credibility by being too forceful in its efforts to ensure everyone leaves the cinema in tears.
we will definitely find out
yea it's a trailer that wishes you to believe this is great. I feel with the subject matter at hand, this being anything less than that would leave me feeling emotionally manipulated, (more so than most films).
I feel emotionally manipulated just from watching the trailer! It's almolst like it's telling me how I should feel about this, and I hate when people do that, let alone people not related to me, who have never seen me, and want me to spend my money so they can be rich and famous and live in luxury and not have to feel their own feelings! Mmmm . . . I think I feel better now. Who says you need to pay hundreds of dollars to see a shrink! ;-)
You might think I'm crazy but i really think that Cameron Diaz will win an Oscar in the future.The movie look really interesting and has several things going for it, as things against it.It might be great with GG's...
Matthew Barker sounds like an idiot nd supreme narcissist. No one is telling you how to feel, or using your oh so precious emotions for their riches. The trailer actually is quite good in how it relates the story without playing up one side or the other. Intrigueing and Cameron Diaz is certainly believeable in it. As for Patric, he is widely considered one of the best actors of his generation. I guess you should stick to your Bluray version of BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN.
I don't mind anybody expressing their opinion about my opinion, but I rather think comments just for the sake of being offensive (and presumptuous) are not called for. The final sentence actually reeks of homophobia and is, in itself, quite ugly and wrong, given that I do not have a Bluray edition of Brokeback Mountain, which is considered by many to be a brilliant piece of cinema.