Friday, April 8, 2011

Two Line Reviews - #211

Movie: Changeling (2008)

Plot: One evening in the year 1928, a Californian woman finds her child missing and makes a complaint with the LAPD. After months, when the LAPD re-unite the mother and the child, the mother finds that the kid brought back is someone else! When she presses this case with the LAPD, she is thrown into a mental facility. With sheer grit and support from an activist, she ensures that the miscreants are punished.

  • Clint Eastwood's touch is unmissable! His direction plays a huge role in bringing this story this emotional.
  • I haven't seen much of Angelina Jolie; So her spellbinding performance surprised me. As the deprived mother and the resilient truth seeker, she's brilliant.
  • The suspense portion and the characters and scenes that are part of it is shockingly terrific.
  • The artwork & music that are apt to the times described in the film are appreciable.
Clint's magic works bigtime; Brilliant gem!

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