Not just because Russell Crowe is a hunk or because it's a Ron Howard piece, but because you will learn something important. Russell Crowe was one of the big reasons this movie was so brilliant. Now my take on the acting: Superb in every sense of the word. Anyone who has been close to the frailties of the human mind will appreciate how respectfully and honestly this film approaches the subject. And I guess if you love someone as much as Alicia loved John, then you would stick with them through anything.
And the same goes for Ed Harris. The psychology of the movie was intriguing, the mathematical philosophies was actually realistic from my own experience, and the icing on the cake making the movie stand out was surprisingly the humanistic side of Love. But the handsome and arrogant Nash soon found himself on a painful and harrowing journey of self-discovery. Its not like any other movie I've ever seen, in that a character exists that is not real. Tags: , watch Beautiful Mind, watch Beautiful Mind eng sub, Beautiful Mind online ep 1, ep 2, ep 3, ep 4, watch Beautiful Mind episode 5, episode 6, episode 7, episode 8, episode 9, episode 10, Beautiful Mind dub drama, watch Beautiful Mind ep 11, ep 12, ep 13, ep 14, ep 15, Beautiful Mind ep 16, ep 17, ep 18, ep 19, ep 20, watch Beautiful Mind ep 21, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, Beautiful Mind english subtitle, Beautiful Mind full , Beautiful Mind episode final, watch Beautiful Mind free drama online, watch online Beautiful Mind in dramafire, dramacool, kissasian, myasiantv, hdfree, dramanice, dramatv, Beautiful Mind asian tv, Beautiful Mind Korean Drama.
Howard is able to portray all the complex reactions to mental illness while maintaining the humanity and dignity of the patient. He's eccentric, abrupt, and highly intelligent, but doesn't seem crazy. A Beautiful Mind was by far the most original, intelligent and entertaining movie I have ever seen. I like Mel Gibson, Tom Cruise etc, but I wouldn't be able to pinpoint a classic actor's performance. After many years of struggle, he eventually triumphed over his tragedy, and finally - late in life - received the Nobel Prize.
I went along to the movies not really wanting to see this movie, thinking it was a 'girly' movie, one which had more technical skill rather than a storyline. But, I think that maybe it started out as just a crush, you know, and the math question she showed him was just her excuse for going to his office and she already knew she was going to ask him out before hand. After fierce battles with his inner self, he overcomes this and returns to win the Nobel Prize in 1994 for his brakethrough game theory in economics that he had been working on during his years in Princeton University in the 1950s. Russell Crowe does not overdo it for a minute and turns in his customary brilliant performance. I was surprised more than anything I could imagine.
Instead of spending two and a half hours watching George Clooney and Matt Damon rob casinos or Kevin Spacey and Julianne Moore dealing with their problems in New Foundland, I found myself pulled into another kind of story, a powerful, emotional story of how one man learned to battle his own demons and dazzle the world. A mathematical genius, he made an astonishing discovery early in his career and stood on the brink of international acclaim. John Nash, portrayed very well by the versatile and brilliant Russell Crowe, is a partly shy, yet ironic and sometimes even arrogant, gifted young student studying in Princeton University in the late 1940s. This movie provided a brilliant pardon the pun insight into many aspects of a genius at work. Before seeing this movie, I must admit that I was a bit afraid that casting such a well-known actor as Russell Crowe as the main character would ruin the image of John Nash, forcing the viewer to see Crowe, rather than Nash. I can't really explain it, but I can understand why she still asked him to dinner. They are not merely acting, yet are transformed into the characters, leaving no trace of a line between their part and reality.
She helps Nash to open up and eventually discover love. When Alicia finds her husband's secret cache of newspaper clippings behind their house, I was eerily reminded of Jack Nicholson's wife in The Shining discovering his endless, typewritten pages of the same phrase. When you're around someone you like so much you can't help but be fooled by them. I was shown a person at their best and the worse and everything in between, by a masterful actor at the top of his game. I think its a good idea to know as little as possible about this movie before seeing it. A Beautiful Mind 2001 Subtitles From the heights of notoriety to the depths of depravity, John Forbes Nash, Jr. It was truly worthy of the Oscar, and Russell Crowe was definately the most deserving of this production team to miss out on the highest accolade.
Movie I need to believe that something extra ordinary is possible. Jennifer Connelly is amazing as well. Its uniqueness, ironically enough because it was based on a real life situation was a refreshing change from the usual Hollywood blockbuster. I hope a lot of people see this film. Storyline : From the heights of notoriety to the depths of depravity, John Forbes Nash, Jr. When Nash imagines that someone is going to harm Alicia, he lunges at her -- and only through his eyes do we see how a seemingly senseless act of violence is a gesture of love, filtered through the smog of delusion. Added to that the stellar performances of Jennifer Connelly, Ed Harris and Adam Goldberg, and this made for the 'perfect' movie.
There are some truly shocking moments in A Beautiful Mind. I have seen a lot of movies in my time, but this movie just took me by storm. You will learn why compassion is an absolute must when dealing with the mentally ill. In a powerful and emotional way, it shows the viewer how difficult an illness like this can be to not only face, but overcome, something that people today may not always realize. This is a common problem when dealing with famous actors, but to my surprise, it didn't much bother me much. Ron Howard contributes truly inspiring work to this film, and I hope that the critics remember him when awards are being given out.
Perhaps politics played a bigger part than I previously would have thought. Of course a film is only as good as a screenplay would allow, and the story contained within is written in a way that compliments everything that is truly great about A Beautiful Mind. Meanwhile the government asks his help with breaking Soviet codes, which soon gets him involved in a terrifying conspiracy plot. After many years of struggle, he eventually triumphed over his tragedy, and finally - late in life - received the Nobel Prize. Her chemistry with Crowe is vital to the movie and neither of them disappoint the audience at all in that respect. This could have been an unbelievable story to which very people could relate; however, the directorial mastery Howard exhibits throughout allows the audience to accompany Nash on his journey and awareness of his illness. But the handsome and arrogant Nash soon found himself on a painful and harrowing journey of self-discovery.
But Russell Crowe in this film showed me what it was like to act in a way where I was in awe of his skill in playing this character, especially when considering the extreme difference from characters in his other movies such as the Gladiator and The Insider. Its a hard movie to pinpoint. In a moment, remembering Marcee, Nash has a flash of insight, and he finally accepts his illness -- ironically, through his intellect. Some people have had problems with the romance part of the movie, saying that the way John and Alicia even started seeing each other wasn't very realistic and why Alicia would stay with John after he becomes distant. And this from a movie I didn't expect big things from. This movie touched me on many levels. A mathematical genius, he made an astonishing discovery early in his career and stood on the brink of international acclaim.