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A Curious Case Indeed

Posted : 8 years, 5 months ago on 2 January 2009 05:57 (A review of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button)

The curious case is told after the fact, by the reading of Benjamin's diary. It's the story of a boy who is born with all the attributes of an old man. You could say that he has his youth stolen from him, as he has to spend his childhood as an old man, bad knees, arthritis and all. This is where the really curious part begins. He starts to notice that as time goes by, he is feeling better, feeling stronger... He is getting younger. Now I've heard people talk about how youth is wasted on the young, but this wouldn't be true in Benjamin's case. However, one never thinks of the types of problems that can arise by going against the flow of nature. Love, for one, can be difficult. It's not like you can just settle down, start a family and grow old together. This is a beautiful film, based on the short story by F. Scott Fitzgerald, and a must see for anyone who was in love, is in love, or would like to be.


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Hard for a Dad

Posted : 8 years, 6 months ago on 22 December 2008 06:59 (A review of The Road)

The aftermath. Of what? It doesn't matter. The world as we know it, is over. And to walk us through what is left, is the man and the boy. There is no need for names, times, or places. Whatever it was that happened, this is all the boy has ever known, but the man remembers when things weren't always this way. I hate to place an age on the boy, you can decide for yourself. However, I kept thinking around 10 years old. He was young enough that some of the things they had to do, or that were discussed, hurt me. My heart hurt, ached if you will. You see, I have two small children and I can't imagine having to go through some of the things that they went through. This troubled tale was a great read, but I would sometimes be emotionally exhausted by it. As I sometimes am at the end of a good book, I was sad when I finished it, wishing there was one more chapter. But this time, there was also a feeling of relief that it was done. Great story, great characters, a should read.


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