The story itself is well thought out and great. With a pretty eclectic sense of style. Shehas the combination of charisma, physical beauty, character-actingchops, and inner luminosity to pull a fairly nice, 7-of-10 heartwarmerup to a 9-of-10 charmer. It stayed very true to the book and I love thebook. It's the undeniable, overwhelming pull from our hearts that grows only when we really let ourselves care about someone unselfishly. A film is a work of art.
She finds work in taking care of Will Traynor, a cynical banker who was completely paralyzed by a motorcycle accident. While Me Before You definitely falls victim to some of those unfortunate young adult tropes, there's far more charm than harm here. I was expecting the usual American love story, but that's not what this is. Very modern, and expensiveI'm sure. Her facialexpressions were amazing and her insane eyebrows deserve some type ofaward all on their own. This film is getting mixed reviews, but I really enjoyed it. Louisa learns that Will has given his parents six months before they must bring him to Switzerland for euthanasia.
She knows how many footsteps there are between the bus stop and home. At times Clarkes performance feels overly cartoonish, but still good in most of it. I hope to see him in more roles, maybe even a lead one day. He knows everything feels very small and rather joyless now and he knows exactly how he's going to put a stop to that — a planned death after fulfilling his parent's plea for a six month reprise. In fact, I'm usually turned off by the overabundance of forced clichés and unnecessary plot devices.
I like the chemistry between Claflin and Clarke, at no point it feelsforced. That's all I have to say. I knew exactly what to expect since Iread the book, but I loved the adaptation. This movie is a treat to watch and a glimpse of what it feels like to be a person who lives their life with a moral conscience, an open mind, a respect for beliefs that are different than yours and a desire to see the best in the world. After laughing and crying, this film left me feeling like I'd actually experienced something for a change.
How can so many people get this this movie wrong, especially the critics? Atfirst Will does not want Louisia there, and she does her best to put upwith him. A couple that wouldn't get bored giving and taking to their souls. Me Before You is a romantic drama film directed by Thea Sharrock based on the novel by Jojo Moyes with the same name. What Will doesn't know is that Lou is about to burst into his world in a riot of color. But it's when the film attempts to take an original and realistic spin on the romance that the film really shines. This film is one of those rare instances where a novel by JoJo Moyes is adapted for the screen by the novelist and finds a sensitive director such as Thea Sharrock and the result is a story that could have been sanguine but instead is an enriching emotional journey. Neville Longbottom,all grown up and looking fit, he plays the part of Emilia Clarke'sboyfriend.
Will you stick around at a trying time of another's life? Movies Plot : A small town girl is caught between dead-end jobs. Synopsis Lou Clark knows lots of things. This movie is memorable for everyone. Attimes Clarkes performance feels overly cartoonish, but still good inmost of it. She knows she likes working in The Buttered Bun tea shop and she knows she might not love her boyfriend Patrick. I think that they did very well on a book to movie adaptation, because they didn't change too much from the book. I really bought the affection they feel for one another.
And neither of them knows they're going to change each other for all time. A beautifully well made story, it about Louisa Emilia Clarke a 26 yearold who finds a job taking care of Will Sam Claflin a youngbillionaire who is permanently confined to wheel chair after anaccident two years earlier, the use of his arms and legs are gone. What Will doesn't know is that Lou is about to burst into his world in a riot of color. She did a great job transitioning the story from paperto screen. The acting was so well done. And as already stated, the character of Lou is completely adorable. Everything is earned and not forced.
It is William's own judgment that his life cannot go on as it is, and that he would prefer to die. There are a lot of light moments, actually the whole movie has a verylight tone to it it's a serious topic, but with Clarke's characterit's hard for anything to be too serious or solemn. The main qualm for these characters are Will's questionable wishes about his future living as a quadriplegic and Lou's inability to fulfill her potential and aspirations due to her commitment as the breadwinner for her family. At times it was hard to tell if Emilia Clarke the actress is justextremely expressive with her face, or if it was something she wasdoing for the role which I suppose speaks to how well she did. Because I'm thinking she was exaggerating it, therefore she played thepart marvellously.