Fifth about The Seventh


SullySully: Clint Eastwood makes a solid, tight film; the story, as well as the objective of the film, is a simple one, something that is really well-executed (technically, it’s all low-key, from the score to the editing and cinematography, just there to serve to story). Tom Hanks, as is usually the case, is quietly brilliant, displaying all the dignity called for by the role; however, that, along with the screenplay, allow for barely any flaws in the title character, making him less interesting and the film, too much of a hagiography. It may be warranted, but it makes for a slightly less interesting and poorer experience. Aaron Eckhart is also a solid presence.

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