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Review of Freedom Writers
This is a very inspirational film, I must say. To have a child in high schools, I would hopefully have his teacher as reassuring as Mrs. G. I rarely see this kind of passions in schoolteachers. I saw a great deal of since Dome and his all over claimed characteristic up Homie's words.
That film is as dumb as hell! Not only did I not know much about the film, but I didn't expect too much from it. It' the good old story of a good man. It' s a classic story, but the picture is fun.
Review | Movie
An enthusiast classroom educator accepts a work that educates disenchanted children of indigenous minorities from the outskirts of LA and turns a heap of irritated incompetents into pupils who would make America proud. Experienced scriptwriter Richard LaGravenese has hardly chosen an inventive story to direct his first big film, and comparison with people like The Emperor's Club, Coach Carter and, obviously, legendary minds are unavoidable - and just.
Freedom Writers, like Minds, is built on a true story - in this case that of schoolteacher Erin Gruwell, who is sacrificing her own times, private lives and even her clothing to inspire her physically and mentally disadvantaged family. And despite her clearly classy intent, she is playing as a car for her feminine celebrity, this year an ultraperky Hilary Swank.
Swank's Erin defines "resolutely" new, incapable of taking no for an answer and dipping herself in hot choc. In Swank's merit, she doesn't try to conceal how confusing such skills can be, and it's difficult not to empathize with her students' early animosity when she buzzes around on the road like a cheeseleader.
This means that there are real gravel, and the actor puts a bit of detail into a part that could have been one-dimensional. It' difficult to understand why he took on such a signed part. However, the young talent (April Lee Hernandez is an exception) that introduces the pupils to their parts with enthusiasm and honesty, and as bringing them up progressively proves to be an occasion to growth and not a task - Erin encourages them to keep journals of their inner thoughts, which become the script on which the movie is built - only the toughest heart could not be entangled in their newly discovered aspirations and aspirations.
It' s just a pity that the Hollywood shine of this MTV movie watered down the effect of a really noteworthy tale. In spite of the tight work from committing form, theres nothing new here to make a difference freedom writer as anything beyond a C+.