Wednesday, March 07, 2007

Stranger Than Fiction

A movie very well made. One of the best in terms of the flow, transition of plot, and film photography. Almost every scene was well thought after to the level that it could be framed and hang in a photography gallery. Even when you were not into the plot, you could still half-heatedly enjoy pieces of small talks.

I am not a big fan of Will Ferrel, but he plays an excellent show in this feature. Totally outshone Dustin Hoffman. IRS agent Harold Crick's digitalized life routine resonated loosely with lonely hearts. The encounter with Ana Pascal the baker turned out to be the savior of the body and soul, although not the life.

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