The Words

IMDb Rating 7.1 10 69


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April 10, 2019



Ben Barnes as Young Man
J.K. Simmons as James Forester
Jeremy Irons as Self
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23.976 fps
102 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by imdb-18282 7 / 10 / 10

Could Have Been Better

The Words is a story within a story within a story. I absolutely loved the story within the story. A masterful telling of an intriguing situation with wonderful acting and believable emotions that, at both levels, tugged at my heart strings. However, the third level added very little, or should I say distracted from the rest. It was meant to put a twist on the story within the story, to make the viewer think and wonder, but it was mostly a distraction, and the acting was far inferior to the other two levels. The producers should have seen this but instead, they took something great and made it good. Another reviewer said somewhere that negative reviews were from people who "didn't get it". That's pretty conceited by them to think that they were the only ones who got it. Trust me, I got it, I just didn't like it. All that being said, it was still worth watching, if only for the two inner layers.

Reviewed by kerron_maitland 8 / 10 / 10

The True Words...

It's difficult to really determine what this films true intention was at first, but then you realize that this movie is more honest and open then you hope for. It's deep to say the least, it really pulls you in and makes you feel for the characters involved, especially Jeremy Irons Character (past and present). The true price of falsely claiming a work of art is yours isn't the guilt that you didn't write it, its the realization that you could never create it on your own. This movie is inspiring as it is overwhelming, not to be taken into high regard but it was very much worth paying attention to. If you write, if you draw, if you create anything that makes you proud that you did it, share it, if not you will regret it for the rest of your life, that was the true message of this film.

Reviewed by koogie 8 / 10 / 10

Why Stories Are The Bedrock of Great Films (or used to be)

A film that shows the power of a good story above all else. Converting that to the screen is another story, and although I love the story and the production, I thought some of the actors overpowered the cast (the old man shines above the other actors, and is great. In fact so good, it's worth watching for his work alone. Lop sided talent on the acting side, but such a great story, and film worth watching. B.K.

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