• 电影名称 The Road(I)

  • ——In a moment the world changed forever.
  • 中文名称 末日危途
  •  类型  冒险 / 戏剧
  •  国家  美国
  •  语言  英语
  •  时长  1 hr 51 min (111 min)
  • 上映时间 18 December 2009 (USA)
The wonderful thing about the Road is that it will more than likelyplease the two camps: the one that has not read Cormac McCarthy'sPulitzer prize-winning book, and the one that has. There's the nervousfeeling one gets when watching the theatrical trailer, though - will itbe this super action-packed...
While watching this movie I thought to myself that it was good I hadalready read the book. This was because the movie is agonizinglydesperate and sad--often times it was just too much to absorb or handlein such a large dose. You can't put this movie down like you can withthe book. Unlike the book be...
Just got back from seeing THE ROAD.I had been very impressed by the novel and was concerned about how itwould be adapted. The tone of the novel is almost unremittingly bleakand a 100% faithful adaptation would be very difficult to watch.I'm happy to report that the film is very good indeed. It solve...
With a surplus of post-apocalyptic/disaster flicks present in today'sfilm circle, the Road does what very few films in any genre seemcapable of doing. Here is a picture that in it's own discretenesscaptures the realism of a holocaust horror, combining the absoluteworst possible future with the most ...
When my husband and I went to see this movie, we chose it purelybecause a) it wasn't one of the ridiculous movies already out, and b)it got a good rating on Rotten Tomatoes. At the snack counter, a posterproclaimed, "One of the most uplifting and optimistic movies of theyear!"After watching that mov...
I just got home from seeing "The Road" and my stomach is still in aknot. I never read the book and therefore won't be making anycomparisons. I'll simply comment on the film. I can't imagine the performances being any better from any of theactors, starting at Viggo and working my way down to the smal...
I read Cormac McCarthy's novel a few years ago & figured it would bemade into a movie (this was when "No Country for Old Men" was playing)but I wondered how they could make this extremely grim tale intosomething that people would want to see.This film was every bit as grim as the novel and it seemed...
I really have got to get used to reviewing adaptations of books,because they come out all the time. But reviewing them is so muchdifferent it almost doesn't seem fair. A movie like Watchmen would haveseemed completely different had I not read the book. It just changesthe playing field completely and...
"It's not as good as the book." seems to be one of the most commonsentences in discussions about movies. I have certainly uttered it manytimes. I try to judge a film on it's own merits as a separate art form,but cannot help the comparison, especially when elements that I love ina book are sacrificed...
By Zach Copeland "The Road" Takes Fresh Approach to Post-ApocalypticGenre Ever since God flooded out the entire human race in the earlypages of Genesis, literature has abounded with stories of theapocalypse. For generation after generation, from The Book ofRevelations to The Stand, we have obsessed ...
The Road, a story about a journey undertaken by a father and his 11year old son on a post- apocalyptic Earth. It seems that everythingliving has died due to some catastrophe except for some unfortunatehuman beings who wander the land and cities in search of the last canof coke or anything else that ...
CONTAINS LOTS OF SPOILERS. But it's difficult to spoil a movie that'salready rotten.I picked up The Road hoping for some kind of bleak, postapocalypticexamination of the human condition. Maybe some kind of depth.What did I get? A couple of whiny crybabies who never should'vesurvived the doomsday eve...
Despite a trailer that was cut to bring in disaster film audiences,Bobby was safe from my wrath because it appeared his brother and he letHillcoat's vision stick, creating one of the best films of the yearthus far. Please do not take the preview as gospel, because it does aterrible job marketing the...
Greetings again from the darkness. The most recent adaptation of aCormac McCarthy novel brought us the fantastic No Country for Old Men(Coen Bros.). McCarthy's post-apocalyptic The Road did not seem to setup well as filmed entertainment. Director John Hillcoat provesotherwise.Make no mistake. This f...
Cannibals feeding on people being fed on... Right, on what? Onpineapple cans left here and there? Yeah. No other predators leftexcept for men? Of course, we ate all of them or they died ofstarvation. But we didn't. We are special. And well-preserved dryplants everywhere several years after they had ...
I read the book. I didn't find it particularly good, and I've read alot of post apocalypse SF. These fall into two categories: "realistic"attempts to examine behaviour in the aftermath of some catastrophe. Themost recent one I would recommend is Octavia S Butler's Parable of theSower.The second cate...
****SPOILERS GALORE**** I've just finished watching the road, and I'mmore than a little disappointed. Leaving aside the finger-pointingre-write ending, what I missed most were the little things, the smallexchanges between the man and the boy, the coke can sequence being themost obvious. In the novel...
Just went to see "The Road" (I had been really looking forward to it asI am a fan of Mr Mortensen).What a disappointment! From the first minutes I thought to myself 'withall this bleakness it's going to be jolly hard to keep the interestgoing'. Well, quite! I was bored after half an hour. I found th...
The striking thing about this crappy film is that some viewers give itmore than a 1/10 rating. It simply is mind-boggling! The only possibleexplanation is that such reviews were written by staff of the filmstudio or highly depressed viewers who felt less depressed afterwatching this lemon.Let's be o...
This was a very dark, gloomy and depressing film in which you wished injust one scene that the darn sun would shine. I spent a lot of my timesquinting at the screen trying to make sense of what was going on. Thestory centers around two characters. Viggo Mortenson as the Father andKodi Smit-McPhee as...
"We are not gonna quit. We are gonna survive this." The Man Survival is the ultimate motif of the Cormack McCarthy Pulitzer TheRoad. And so too is the film adaptation, faithful to the original whileadding what McCarthy can't—the actualization of a landscape barren oflife and humans barren of hu...
The Road (1:50, R) — Science Fiction, 3rd string, originalAmong the first words spoken in The Road (adapted from CormacMcCarthy's novel) are "It's just another earthquake.". That's supposedto be reassuring.It's a bleak, devastated, post-apocalyptic world leached of everything:color, sounds, nam...
***Spoilers up in here****** This movie should have only been 2 minuteslong; it should have started and ended with the whole family blowingeach other's brains out. I consider myself a deep thinker and love agood post-apocalyptic movie so I was excited to see this but I was leftin awe with the utter ...
This Was one of the most pointless film I have ever seen in my life, Ihave tried comparing it to other bad films I have seen but most othershave some redeeming qualities. "The Road" could easily be edited downto 10 Minutes and tell the exact same story. Actually where was thestory, where were the tw...
The overwhelming feeling this movie communicates is one ofhelplessness. It never occurs to the main character to try and connectwith other people, to try and find some way out of the unexplaineddilemma the Earth is in. I guess it was an eco disaster, and since ecodisasters are by definition caused b...
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