#livelikeline "Sure, the acting is a little goofy. It stops on the border of maudlin. It's as accurate a recreation as I've seen. Most important, never loses touch with the true feeling a small city can feel about something seemingly as inane as a sports game. It's more than that, though. It's about a kid who had heart and her sisters on the court who loved her. "
The story surges ahead and it really is quite centered, despite the number of characters involved. The premise is a simple one, yet the questions it asks are profound. It really extends on the premise on how we want to be governed. Do we want to fulfill our own destiny, or do we want to push that responsibility to the side in wait of the judgement of others who may or may not be wiser.
The Host - 2013 Director Andrew Niccol Starring Saoirse Ronan, Jake Abel, Max Irons, Frances Fisher, Chandler Canterbury, Diane Kruger, William Hurt Screenplay by Niccol, based on the novel by Stephanie Meyer An invasion force of leech-type souls has taken over the world, and in the process they have extinguished most of the human race. These leeches … Continue reading The Host is a monotone response to sameness