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  • Acting 4.0
  • Dialogue 3.0
  • Screen Play 3.0
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Finch

PG - Sci-fi, Drama | November 5, 2021 Storyline:

In a post-apocalyptic future, a lone man builds a robot to protect his life. The machine learns about life, love, friendship, and what it means to be human.

  • Stars: Tom Hanks
  • Directors:
  • Writers: Craig Luck ,Ivor Powell
  • producer: Craig Luck ,Daniel Maze ,Kevin Misher ,Ivor Powell ,Jack Rapke ,Miguel Sapochnik ,Robert Zemeckis
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AllNews Review
Reviewed by Sydney Elike - November 6, 2021

Finch is one of those movies that fall into the category of those flicks that lack originality but when you have an actor like Tom Hanks headlining it, you easily forget that because he gives you countless reasons to.

Directed by Miguel Sapochnik (the filmmaker behind some of those breathtaking battles in Game of Thrones), this sci-fi drama sees the eponymous character (played by Hanks) create a robot (Caleb Landry Jones) to take care of his dog after he is gone.

Finch is sick and knowing that his end is near, begins to teach his robot the basics to survive in a harsh and unforgiving post-apocalyptic world. 

Unlike many men who would crave the company of their fellow humans in a condition like the one he is in, Finch is a loner who has serious trust issues. Having experienced the lengths to which humanity can go after most of the world's population is wiped off, he prefers to be left alone to scrounge.

Jeff (the robot) arrives to bring much-needed excitement to the hero's uneventful existence. His naivety is a sharp contrast to Finch's experience and the latter's patience is tested like never before as they embark on the journey of survival.

Tom Hanks is one of my favourite Hollywood actors. He is without a doubt one of the best at what he does. Here, he brings his A-game and leaves no stone unturned in depicting a character who has accepted the inevitability of death.

Jones' vocal delivery is pitch-perfect and one gets lost easily in his performance as the robot that evolves into something more.

The score is apt, differing in melody and tone to match the various scenes and emotions, the cinematography is amazing, and the story itself isn't particularly extraordinary but may lead to a tear or two being shed when it concludes.

Finch is definitely one of the best films of 2021 and Tom Hanks has shown that age isn't slowing him down when it comes to knocking it out of the park with his acting.

Miguel Sapochnik, you've done well. I had a great time seeing this movie. Two thumbs up to you and Hanks.

 

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