The Curious Case of Benjamin Button movie review

December 26, 2008

I say this is one of the best movie this year starring  Brad pitt had done a excellent job in this movie, any way credits go the director David Fincher and i didn’t expected that he would present a movie like this. This is a gentle, loving film done with a glow of kindness. The scene of the father of the soldier rowing out to see was breathtaking. The story is intriguing, entertaining and a joy to watch unfold. I hope this movie is a finest achievement as a filmmaker for David Fincher.

On her death bed in a New Orleans hospital on the eve of Hurricane Katrina’s arrival, Daisy (Cate Blanchett) is comforted by her daughter (Julia Ormond), who reads from a diary written by Benjamin Button. Born in 1918 with the physicality of an elderly man, Benjamin (Brad Pitt) is abandoned by his father, left in the care of Queenie (Taraji P. Henson), who raises the infant inside the comfortable surroundings of a senior citizen home. Aging in reverse, Benjamin sets off on a series of experiences that help inform his conscience, running into Daisy over the years as she blossoms from a curious girl to a brash young ballet dancer. Smitten with Daisy but fearful his condition will overwhelm their love, Benjamin treads softly around her over the course of his life, waiting for the day when their ages will line up perfectly and allow him the one thing he’s always desired, but fate has always refused.

so dont hesitte to watch this films it is one of the interesting movie i ever watched.


One Response to “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button movie review”

  1. coffee Says:

    i was pleasantly surprised to find out that F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote the short story upon which Benjamin Button (the movie) was based, then mention this in the opening credits

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