Add Robin Williams in perhaps his best role ever too close to Good Morning Vietnam for me to make the call , and you have a wonderfully entertaining movie. I can tell you why I loved it. It appears the jury is hung. As cinema, it's fair to middling. On my way home from the cinema, I felt sombre. This is the best movie I have seen since the Godfather.
Robin Williams later comes in as a therapist to Will, he is the only one who can really stand up to Will's intellect and manages to break the layer of distrust that Will has developed over years of solitude, and the two develop a bond beyond friendship. This film burns slowly, inside you. When Will is arrested for attacking a police officer, Professor Lambeau makes a deal to get leniency for him if he will get treatment from therapist Sean Maguire. How many of us suffer from the same problems as Will? Sean Maguire, his college roommate, who now teaches psychology at Bunker Hill Community College. The movie lasts for 2 hours, and every minute of it I couldn't even focus on anything beside the incredible world of Will Hunting.
Will flees when Lambeau catches him writing the solution on the blackboard late at night. My advice: Forget the Oscar nominations, the rave reviews, the famous faces, and sit down to watch this movie with a completely impartial attitude. I know people like that. This movie is ahead of it's time, and lands an easy 10 out of 10. When he solves a difficult graduate-level math problem, his talents are discovered by Professor Gerald Lambeau, who decides to help the misguided youth reach his potential. If your looking for a typical Hollywood movie with a Hollywood ending, then do not bother spending two hours on this movie. The first time I saw it, I felt moved as the credits rolled.
If that's all you heard, you weren't listening! When I got home, I finally burst into tears. But if there's any scene that will have me in tears, it's the one where Will finally breaks down and starts to cry. When he solves a difficult graduate-level math problem, his talents are discovered by Professor Gerald Lambeau, who decides to help the misguided youth reach his potential. There's one thing about Hollywood - you can't stop the hype. You will see that it really is beautiful. Hey, my mum even says so, and she teaches sociology! The brilliance in it is everywhere. When Professor Gerald Lambeau posts a difficult mathematics problem as a challenge for his graduate students, Will solves the problem anonymously, stunning both the students and Lambeau.
Matt plays Will Hunting, who is a brilliant young man who denies his unreal intellect. The next day, Will and his friends fight a gang, who used to bully Will when he was a kid; the police arrest Will. Matt's best work since Dogma and Williams best along side Dead Poet's Society. . First of all the script. Will tentatively agrees, but treats his first few therapists with mockery. I also liked to watch how Will behaved around his buddies; the four guys really seemed as if they had known each other all their lives.
There is more to life then what we are taught and what we have to show for it. That is until a professor at one of the top colleges finds Will's talent and helps him out of trouble with the law. When Will is arrested for attacking a police officer, Professor Lambeau makes a deal to get leniency for him if he will get treatment from therapist Sean Maguire. The language shouldn't even be an issue. Sure, if you boiled it down to its essential components it wouldn't amount to much. The film just about manages to avoid easy answers, preferring to acknowledge indeed, highlight the complexity and pain of personal growth and self-realisation.
I feel he plunged right into the part and relished it, although something told me his accent wasn't quite right! Only those who deny their own vulnerability will remain unaffected by this film. As a challenge to the unknown genius, Lambeau posts an even more difficult problem. As wisdom, it's second to none. Sorry, but some people do use 4 letter words to express themselves. Matt Damon and Ben Affleck really have done themselves proud. Sure, this film's plot is fairly predictable.
They definitely deserved the Oscar for this. The acting, direction and script are wonderful. Oyuncular : Robin Williams Sean Maguire , Matt Damon Will Hunting , Ben Affleck Chuckie Sullivan , Stellan Skarsgård Gerald Lambeau , Minnie Driver Skylar , Casey Affleck Morgan O'Mally , Cole Hauser Billy McBride , John Mighton Tom , Rachel Majorowski Krystyn , Colleen McCauley Cathy Film, fotografik hafızaya sahip yoksul bir gencin yerlerini sildiği üniversitenin profesörü Sean McGuire'la kurduğu dostluğu anlatıyor. I enjoyed the acting a lot, especially by Robin Williams - I had been too used to seeing him in cutesy films, so this was definitely a refreshing change. If this is the kind of revelation Matt and Ben are going to come up with, I look forward to their future efforts. And no, it doesn't mean that's because they lack intelligence to use anything else.
McGuire, Will Hunting adlı bu gençteki yeteneğin farkındadır ve ona hayranlık duymaktadır. This one is a keeper in my movie library. The most amazing thing about this movie is the writing. You could read a lot of self-help books, but they won't bring across to you as powerfully as this film what it's like to be scared, what it's like to experience loss, how difficult it is to shake off your old ways of thinking, how important honesty to yourself is. The script is a jewel.