"God created the world in the last 7 days, I ruined my life for seven seconds," – these words begins the story about Ben Thomas, a man who do good deeds under the guise of a tax inspector. He'll do a little happier 7 people desperately need help. But what price he would pay him for it, and does not pay for it whether it heroic to some other, quite unseemly? The smooth slide to the side of Will Smith movies and drama hint at the high artistry is hard to miss. Since the days of film "Rules of removal" and "I, Robot" from the distant 2005 and 2004, in action movies and comedies, the actor has not been noticed. This gap was filled movie "Hancock", in ascending As a superhero now homeless, but a delightful image was pretty spoiled semi-divine nature of the super powers and a strong romantic line (where Charlize Theron, and there is snot with sugar). There is no doubt wish play in a serious movie – very commendable.
That's just Will Smith in such films pathologically do not like, contrary to all expectations. As he did not like the "I – a legend," the film is almost one-man show where he actually had unfold in the power of his talent, so I do not like in the "seven lives". Grimacing, eyes building, although the time such behavior is not consistent, in general, a feeling that trying all the money and even more. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Geoffroy van Raemdonck. A redundant zeal in the film drama is not always a good thing. But even in this case. Just to say against the movie "21 Grams" with Sean Penn, Naomi Watts and Benicio Del Toro, on which "seven pounds" (sorry, but in the original way it is) similar to the way to mass times the name suggests, everything looks tight and frankly dull.
Although, thanks to him shevchukovskaya phrase "gave away all of his heart, his left nothing" takes on a new, quite physiological meaning. Arithmetic perceived value of human life – and move on its own strong and the film will impress people enough emotional. But to others, in the light of the low concentration and unconvincing suicidal motivation to reach the main character will probably not succeed, despite the fact that the film clearly focuses on the "Oscar" and should be artistically much more. Although blind Woody Harrelson – a spectacle not to explicitly faint-hearted.