Beautiful Mind is a biographical movie about John Forbes Nash junior, mathematical genius with hard fate. At the beginning of his career he has made enormous contribution in the field of Game Theory, which was a revolution in this mathematical area and almost brought international fame to the author. The movie was filmed in 2001 by Ron Howard and today it is called modern classics: a true drama, making you think and evoking emotions.
Such movies, telling us about the life of a famous person, are always difficult to assess, because any such creations somehow pretend to be biographical ones. But in fact they are just a glance of one particular producer on the life of another individual. Of course, much depends on the actor who will perform the role of the protagonist and after watching Beautiful Mind I will agree with this once again.
For a simple movie viewer, the cast will be interesting in the first place. Unbeaten great actor Russell Crowe and brilliant actress Jennifer Connelly meet on one film set. With such perfect cast film simply could not come out as a bad one. The actors play on the emotions of the audience throughout the film and every time you sympathize them more and more. They managed to convey many differing emotions – frustration, pain and suffering, the state on the verge of madness, love, indifference, desperate longing and bitterness. This is evident in the gestures, look and the walk.
There are no random and non-belonging film frames, accidental phrases and even random characters, as everything belongs to the movie and the main story.
Many viewers boast that they guessed that John Nash’s friends were not real and that he had some mental problems. But this makes viewing boring. It is much better to go through all moments and situations with the main hero.
To sum up, the movie is a…