I enjoyed the storyline and the courage one man had to live his principles but I did
not enjoy 25 F words. Way way way too much vulgar language.
As a fan of the Office, naturally I wanted to see Promised Land upon learning that John Krasinski was going to be in it. I hadn't seen any of his other work, and I wasn't even that interested in the plot of this movie, but coming out of the movie I was very pleasantly surprised. The movie moves slowly-- so if you're looking for something that's fast paced and keeps you on the edge of your seat, I wouldn't recommend it. However, don't get me wrong, Promised Land will keep you on your seat!
Unfortunately, Krasinski's role is not very impressive. Correct me if I'm wrong, but he had a part in writing this movie, and his character really just seems to be a re-hash of Jim Halpert. I guess if it's not broken, don't fix it, but it was a little bit disappointing. I didn't see his character as being a separate character, not really. At one point in the movie you get a glimpse of his singing ability, which was also pleasantly surprising.
I'm not really sure what the message of the movie was, but it's been a while since I've seen it now. I would watch it again. It had a feeling that you just can't get from many other movies, and I think that's what it's strength is.
No me malinterpretes... yo no soy mejor que mis vecinos, también necesito el dinero.
Pero soy afortunado. Soy lo bastante viejo para morir con dignidad.
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