A Beautiful Mind (2001)
Torrent Details: DVD Rip, Dual Audio, English sub
Genre: Biography, Drama
Director: Ron Howard
Starring: Russell Crowe, Ed Harris, Jennifer Connelly
After a brilliant but asocial mathematician accepts secret work in cryptography, turns his life nightmare.
I went to the movies together and did not really want to see this movie, thinking it a girly movie, which was more technical knowledge than the plot. I was surprised more than anything I could imagine. I've seen a lot of movies in my time, but this movie took me by storm. Alone, ironically, because it was in line with the realities of life was a refreshing change from the usual Hollywood. This movie gave a brilliant (pardon the pun) a lot of information about the mind at work. This movie touched me on many levels. psychology of the movie was fascinating, the philosophy of mathematics really true from my own experience, and the icing on the cake to make a film stand out was surprisingly human side of love. When love is based on the Common in many films, the interaction on this topic and other aspects of the plot was planned phenomenlly. What a cast, I have never noticed a real difference in skill between many actors / actresses before. I like Mel Gibson, Tom Cruise, etc., but I would not be able to show executives classic performance. But Russell Crowe in this movie showed me what it was like to act in a way in which I pay tribute to their skills playing this character, especially given the extreme difference between the characters of his other movies such as Gladiator and Insider. Russell Crowe was one of the main reasons this movie was so great. He added that the stellar performances by Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris and Adam Goldberg, and this was the perfect film. A Beautiful Mind movie was by far the most original minds and the entertainment I have ever seen. And this movie I did not expect great things. Honor of Ron Howard, the cast and crew of this film. It really deserves an Oscar, and Russell Crowe was definitely the most worthy of the honor of the production team to miss out on. Maybe the policy has been a big part as I originally would have thought.