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Year:
2017
Country:
USA
Genre:
Crime, Drama, Thriller
IMDB rating:
6.0
Director:
Colin Trevorrow

 

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Geraldine Hughes as Mrs. Evans
Maddie Ziegler as Christina
Jaeden Lieberher as Henry Carpenter
Jacob Tremblay as Peter Carpenter
Jackson Nicoll as Morris
Dean Norris as Glenn Sickleman
Tonya Pinkins as Principal Wilder
Joel Garland as Big Ed
Sarah Silverman as Sheila
Lee Pace as Dr. David Daniels
Naomi Watts as Susan Carpenter
The Book of Henry Storyline: Sometimes things are not always what they seem, especially in the small suburban town where the Carpenter family lives. Single suburban mother Susan Carpenter works as a waitress at a diner, alongside feisty family friend Sheila. Her younger son Peter is a playful 8-year-old. Taking care of everyone and everything in his own unique way is Susan's older son Henry, age 11. Protector to his adoring younger brother and tireless supporter of his often self-doubting mother - and, through investments, of the family as a whole - Henry blazes through the days like a comet. Susan discovers that the family next door, which includes Henry's kind classmate Christina, has a dangerous secret - and that Henry has devised a surprising plan to help. As his brainstormed rescue plan for Christina takes shape in thrilling ways, Susan finds herself at the center of it.
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Reviews
Ignore the critics. This is a terrific movie
I loved The Book of Henry. A moving, quirky, courageous film with heart and intelligence. A young genius, his insecure younger brother, their mother who has abdicated her role as adult, are all transformed by a girl in peril and a tragedy that blindsides them. The events of life are often out of our control and how we deal with the losses, how we rebuild our lives can define us. The acting is superb. The script has twists and turns and depth. The direction brings it all together into an emotionally satisfying, beautifully paced film. Do not miss your chance to see The Book of Henry.
2017-06-26
Movies are made for the public, not critics.
Movies are written for the public, not to impress critics. How the average critic thinks of a movie is rather predictable. They don't like things that tend to manipulate or play on your emotions for sympathy. They don't seem to like precocious kids or child prodigies. They don't like plots that stray too much into "overdone" or less than believable If this is how YOU judge your movies, you probably should stay away. I am not a typical critic, or even a critic at all if such an official capacity exists. OTOH, TODAY, ANYONE who has an opinion is a self proclaimed critic and some unfortunately, actually get paid to trash movies for the rest of the people who cant seem to come up with their OWN thoughts. THIS IS MY OPINION! Nothing more, nothing less. I have seen the movie twice (so far); both paid admissions. I don't see things a second time if I don't enjoy them or at least feel that I may have misjudged them the first time. I enjoyed it BOTH times. What I can speak to is that the acting is "solid". GREAT performances from the main actors in the movie. Naomi Watts is a versatile actress who can handle a variety of rolls and do it very well. This one is no exception. The 2 main child actors are equally excellent in their rolls. I would say that Jaeden Lieberher (as Henry) is the best child performance I have seen so far this year. Jacob Tremblay (as peter) is "spot on" with his performance. There seems to be a chemistry between the 2 boys when it comes to playing brothers. Interestingly enough both boys have previously worked with Naomi Watts; so the Chemistry seems genuine as mother and sons. The plot deals with how we deal with abuse and how we deal with loss. Some parts of the plot which stretch believably, are exaggerated to show how one deals with a moral dilemma. What seems to be going astray, ends up with characters "doing the right thing". I will admit that I felt a bit uncomfortable about the direction the plot was going, but in the end, I see how something conceived in a child's mind ended being carried out in a better way. As with many movies, the plot worked itself out, but it did so in a way that stuck to good moral ( and more lawful) decisions.

I was curious. I asked a theater employee what the general feeling was from those who saw the movie. For the most part it was favorable. Judging from sites like Metacritic, it shows a serious gap from how critics feel and how the public feels. CRITICS today GIVE US an opinion based on some notions that THEY have, then try to shove down our throats. They tell us how we are supposed to feel about it and react to it. I PREFER TO THINK FOR MYSELF, not let others think for me. Again what I share is MY OPINION, I feel it is well acted and overall it is well intention-ed. YES it will invoke tears. It may come off as unbelievable at times. IT's A MOVIE. I liked it and that is that.
2017-06-19
The tonal transition is just nuts! [+35%]
Colin Trevorrow's (director of the 2015 blockbuster 'Jurassic World' and the 2012 indie 'Safety Not Guaranteed') latest directorial 'The Book of Henry' is prime proof that having a solid ensemble on board just isn't enough to make an engaging movie.

I'd loved 'Safety Not Guaranteed' while I found 'Jurassic World' to be quite enjoyable (largely thanks to Pratt), and to be honest 'The Book of Henry' even has a passably sweet first half, but it's the sudden jumble of tones that spoils the broth in the second, to the point of no-return. Susan (Naomi Watts) is a single mom (and a waitress) taking care of her two adorable kids - 11 year old boy-genius Henry (Jaeden Lieberher) and 8 year old Peter (Jacob Tremblay), somewhere in the suburbs of NY. Henry apparently has done enough investment in the stock market to let them lead a life of comfort (or luxury even) but Susan is adamant on not discontinuing her waitress job or sell her old car.

Now, I hold nothing against well-crafted films on child geniuses, but 'The Book of Henry' isn't exactly a film pondering over that concept. It jumps genres halfway, from being an occasionally funny family- drama to a dark, crime-thriller (with incestuous overtones) and this tonal transition is rendered in a far too unconvincing manner for the viewer to feel exhilarated. Henry notices his next- door-neighbor (and classmate) Christina Sickleman seemingly undergo circumstances of sexual abuse from her (step)father and conjures up a 'master-plan' to eradicate the problem by killing off Mr. Sickleman (a.k.a Glenn) who is also the city police commissioner.

While it isn't a spoiler to say that Henry dies all too soon (half- way into the movie) owing to a brain-tumor, what follows is absolutely preposterous. Susan, all of a sudden, decides to execute his late son's plan (written in a book, hence the movie title) of murdering the neighbor, as a way of paying homage to Henry. These portions are so badly written (absurdity lingers throughout); even the acting seems unnatural and forced. Logic takes a backdoor exit pretty soon (even on 'cinematic' levels) and implausible scenes keep piling on, culminating in a rushed finale.

The motives, the decisions, the acts - none of them are able to keep the film afloat. Even the go-to actress for such mom roles (Watts) couldn't save this one. Trevorrow though, has ensured that his film looks good on the onset. One only lets out a shrug when Henry's recorded tapes almost falls perfectly in-line with the sequence of his mom's actions. The character Christina who has supposedly undergone child-abuse barely mouths a few lines in the entire movie - in fact, the principal of the school (even after Henry's timely warnings) comes to an instantaneous conclusion when she notices something odd in Christina's body-language during a dance performance (jeez!).

The climax is just cheese on top of melted cheese - improbable and contrived. This movie just fails in its story-telling department, period. Right, it's a 20-year old screenplay and that shows.

Verdict: Curse of the second half hits hard!
2017-09-21
God-awful, boring , stretched out 105 minute long drama.
I am simply gonna list the pros and cons about this movie. Pros: -Acting is fine, the main character (Henry) is pretty good. -Direction of photography is pretty good. -The locations used are great. -Smart symbolism. -Music is fine. -Movie gets minutely better by the end.

Cons: -Little cheesy, clunky dialogue. -Shameless product placement thrice in the movie. -Pretty predictable plot. -Some characters don't have good chemistry, feels kinda forced. -Really slow paced. -They kill off their most interesting character too early. -Unlikeable mother for the whole film. -Misleading marketing. -They ruin the tone at the end by crappy humour. -Its stupid that NO ONE in the town arrests Glenn after so much evidence, it is convenient writing, No investigations? Really? Who wrote this movie, its boring as hell and it would never happen in real life.
2017-09-24
Best Movie that had me cried
I cried after watching this movie....When the peter did the magic for his brother. awesome movie.

i thought Henry will reappear or something like that. Acting of the both kid character realistic and again awesome. 10 on 10 movie it deserves.
2017-09-21
99% A Perfect Movie
I Cant believe that i cried,laughed and thrilled by the same movie. Really well done Jaeden Lieberher , Naomi Watts and also Jacob Tremblay . Such an enjoyable Movie. Well done all of the crew .This movie is as remarked one of my favorite movies after the perks of being a wallflower.Go ahead Jaeden soon you are going to be a legend .
2017-09-25
Irrevocably Broken
I am truly at a loss for words concerning Focus Features's newest, and I pray last filmic experiment. In it, director Colin Trevorrow, and screenwriter Gregg Hurwitz attempt to, among other things, balance the story elements of a taut thriller, a morality play and a maudlin melodrama while making a smart, borderline psychic 11-year-old not seem like the kid from The Omen (1976). While doing so they use the affable Naomi Watts as a doe-eyed sacrifice to the Gods of tortured metaphor, and willfully ignore the fine line between believable, unbelievable and unbelievably stupid. Is Book of Henry maliciously bad or just plain bad? The fact that I can't tell should say something.

Jaeden Lieberher plays the titular Henry, the elder son of a single mom (Watts) living in Upstate New York. Henry is by all accounts a whizkid. Some would call him brilliant, he calls himself precocious - I prefer to call him a snot who, in addition to putting his peers to shame on a regular basis has more-or-less taken over every responsibility at home. Things however take a turn when Henry discovers his neighbor and coincidentally the town Police Commissioner (Norris) has been abusing his daughter (Ziegler). Finding only obstacles where there should be help, Henry ultimately decides to save the day, using his mother as a means to "take out" the Commissioner for the sake of his tortured crush.

Did I say crush? I ask because the plot assumes there's some kind of deeper connection but we never see Henry have anymore positive emotion than a waffle iron towards anyone. The character basically has two modes: smug and pissy which somehow only gets worse as the film progresses. Likewise Ziegler, Watts, Norris and Tremblay are given nothing more than a single trait in which to base their entire performances on. Tremblay especially gets shafted being forced to play a modern version of Ralphie's brother in A Christmas Story (1983) when if anything he should be channeling Elijah Wood in The Good Son (1993).

The tone of the film (once it manages to settle on one) can't help but be at odds with the cynicism of its lead character. Lieberher's Henry moralizes with the eloquence of a French philosophe but can't help but sound like a patronizing baby Hitler when he says things like "There are worse things in the world than violence." Henry as written doesn't have an iota of love in his body and as a result his mother is in for a Rube-Goldberg-like ride that has a lot of moving parts but amounts to nothing. Despite this, the movie itself is so obnoxiously twee it feels like it's trying to mimic the best part of The Goonies (1985) while exhibiting the worst parts of Red Dawn (1984) - which is to say an inconsistent, reactionary moral compass with nary a character in search of real solutions.

Below is a list of things that happen in this movie. They're not spoilers per se, as they are without context. That said, I truly believe the lack of context actually makes everything better:

-Watts becomes a stone-cold killer and sharpshooter in under a month.

-Henry buys and sells stocks on a schoolyard payphone.

-Sarah Silverman macks on Jaeden Lieberher and it's played off as okay even though the entire movie sets itself up as against child abuse.

-60% of Maddie Ziegler's lines are the words, "I'm fine."

-Henry plans a murder with two outdated textbooks on forensic science.

-Naomi Watts repeatedly plays Gears of War while ignoring her sons yet its supposed to come across as absentmindedly charming.

-Naomi Watts prepares school lunches like she trying to give children diabetic comas.

-Watts nonchalantly buys an illegal weapon despite nearly having a panic attack in the car earlier.

-Henry explains an MRI to a professional surgeon (Pace) despite zero medical training.

-The handsome doctor boxed-beard then unexpectedly shows up to a middle school talent show, despite not having kids, and it's not seen as creepy.

-The assassination is setup to a middle schooler crooning "Amazing Grace, " presumably because she couldn't get the rights to "Ave Maria".

-Henry's young brother showers the audience of a middle school talent show with fake snow strongly implying that he has just spread a person's ashes.

-The school principal continually ignores Henry's claims of abuse but calls the cops after the talent show because apparently she can speak dance.

Of course taking any of this farce at face value would be giving it far too much credit. Every story beat, character decision and sudden jolt in the narrative rings too demonstratively false to be taken seriously. Even if it does carry itself as just another thriller. I've seen a lot of bad movies but rarely have I seen a movie so hypnotic in its badness. The makers of this thing best be reminded that movies are tricky.
2017-06-20
I cried. Twice.
It's been a while since a trailer threw me completely. The intent of a trailer is to entice the viewer in to seeing the film, to tickle your curiosity. The trailer for The Book of Henry did this admirably. Like a magician's sleight of hand, it provided misdirection too. Having seen the film, I left thinking that that was not what the trailer implied. Hats off to  editor, Kevin Stitt.

The plot synopsis on IMDb.com, written by the distributors, Focus Features lays out the plot without spoilers:

Sometimes things are not always what they seem, especially in the small suburban town where the Carpenter family lives. Single suburban mother Susan Carpenter (played by Naoimi Watts) works as a waitress at a diner, alongside feisty family friend Sheila (Sarah Silverman). Her younger son Peter (Jacob Tremblay, who we last saw in Room) is a playful 8-year-old. Taking care of everyone and everything in his own unique way is Susan's older son Henry (Jaden Lieberher), age 11. Protector to his adoring younger brother and tireless supporter of his often self-doubting mother - and, through investments, of the family as a whole - Henry blazes through the days like a comet. Susan discovers that the family next door, which includes Henry's kind classmate Christina, has a dangerous secret - and that Henry has devised a surprising plan to help. As his brainstormed rescue plan for Christina takes shape in thrilling ways, Susan finds herself at the centre of it.

This is Colin Trevorrow's second feature and he has crafted a warm, charming, sometimes despair-filled film that ultimately brings a message of hope. Good triumphs over evil in the end, as it should in most films.  

Critics have been very harsh in their reviews. Some decry being emotionally manipulated! Is that not the whole point of going to see a film? Audience reactions are more favourable.

My reaction? I cried. Twice.

A very enjoyable and competent film: 3.5 out of 5
2017-06-21
Great film for family values, but not for young kids
Beautifully written story of a family with lots of problems, including a brilliant child and caring single mom. Harvard and Cambridge grad author, Gregg Hurwitz, always writes coherently and intelligently. Some really scary moments, but lots of fun also. We enjoyed very much. Too bad there was so little publicity.
2017-06-23
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