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Plot: Layered romantic drama The Words follows young writer Rory Jansen who finally achieves long sought after literary success after publishing the next great American novel. There's only one catch - he didn't write it. As the past comes back to haunt him and his literary star continues to rise, Jansen is forced to confront the steep price that must be paid for stealing another man's work, and for placing ambition and success above life's most fundamental three words. Runtime: 97 mins Release Date: 06 Sep 2012
Surprisingly Amazing Emotional Story (by mjblack13)
The Words draws you in with its beautiful cinematography and engaged dialog. I was especially impressed with the layers of the presentation. Most films these days will spoon feed you a flat story and leave no room for personal interpretation. The Words layers a complex open-ended plot that demands viewer involvement. I was surprised with the simple surface story presented as each deeper layer was uncovered. Sometimes it came as a subtle hint when other times it hits you straight in the face. The film has the flavor of Memento or Inception; which is refreshing these days. Bradley Cooper <more>
surpassed my expectations. I never once saw his type-cast Hangover/Limitless ticks or mannerisms. He was completely in touch with the character and never fell back on default techniques.
"The Words" is amazing! (by rdcarmichael-524-278717)
I am not sure what Hollywood considers a good movie but I know this is an excellent film. The story is told with such elegance and fluidity that it is a joy to watch. I am buying this movie for my personal collection to make sure that I watch a film, from time to time, that reminds me of art in its highest form. The actors are brilliant, the direction is genius, photography is captivating and the scriptwriting is unparalleled. I completely loved this movie. Though it was not a blockbuster hit bringing in hundreds of millions, it did earn back its original investment costs and nearly that <more>
figure again. Just when you think you know how it's going to go - the movie bends then twists into another path. Just brilliant!!!
Just saw the premiere at Sundance - a beautiful movie (by Beckalina7)
I was just part of a packed house to watch the premiere of this film at Sundance 2012. They started work-shopping this project at Sundance 12 years ago. It was a lovely film and I give it a ten for the story, casting,and how intriguing and enjoyable it was to watch. These were excellent roles for Dennis Quaid, Bradley Cooper, and Jeremy Irons. The first two were there tonight - I'm sorry Irons couldn't be there, as well. I'll let others give a more detailed review. I wanted to quickly post that this movie will be well worth seeing when it comes out in theaters. Congratulations to <more>
the writers-directors for sticking with the project and seeing it to it's beautiful fruition.
If you never see a movie unless EVERYONE else LOVES it... then skip "The Words". However, if you are able to enjoy a movie in spite of silly reviewers questioning the ending, the plot twists, or perhaps and don't require countless Dukes of Hazard-style car chase scenes and seeing the nude bodies of the leading ladies... then go see "The Words" and enjoy it! My wife a I went with another couple last night, and we all generally liked it or loved it! We planned on dinner afterward and this gave us time to discuss it... and that was helpful because we all had taken away <more>
different interesting bits. The actors are good to terrific. Jeremy Irons is exceptional! BUT...WHAT did it all mean? WHO CARES!!! It meant, quite simply, they made a great movie that requires one to have a mind to enjoy it. ; Enjoy "The Words" for what it is... something different, finally!
This film is a rare and brilliant combination of book and movie. You will see this movie like reading a book, just Your imagination will be rest, replaced with this lovely pictures and actors. Words and frames will flow smoothly together before Your eyes, like a big, calm river but with volume, deepness and strenght. The narrator good choice for Dennis Quaid, especially for His voice will read for You, Jeremy Irons "the old man"-a wonderful play of course , Bradley Cooper just slightly under the other two great actors , Dennis Quaid, Zoe Saldana good enough , Olivia Wilde bad <more>
choice , Ben Barnes nice play and the others, will told the story in a great acting. Highly recommended for film and book lovers too. Beside the good story and acting, what I like most in "The words" is the words.
Absent of cheesy one liners, cgi explosions and presumably never ending car chases it was not surprising to see the lack of respect this movie has received. It is telling of our culture to pass by a story, full of such raw, human, emotion, with dis-contempt and frailty.'The Words' is a movie about life, mistakes and the pain we can all feel inside, and it is this ability to relate that makes it so powerful. It gives me hope, along with a select other few, that cinematic story telling has not simply been reduced to the next ex-cia to shoot up the town, or romantic comedy with the same <more>
stale happily ever after ending.It is real, and comes with the all of the uncertainty and heartbreak of life.
It's difficult to really determine what this films true intention was at first, but then you realize that this movie is more honest and open then you hope for. It's deep to say the least, it really pulls you in and makes you feel for the characters involved, especially Jeremy Irons Character past and present . The true price of falsely claiming a work of art is yours isn't the guilt that you didn't write it, its the realization that you could never create it on your own. This movie is inspiring as it is overwhelming, not to be taken into high regard but it was very much worth <more>
paying attention to. If you write, if you draw, if you create anything that makes you proud that you did it, share it, if not you will regret it for the rest of your life, that was the true message of this film.
Beautiful and Passionate Without Overstepping to Cheesiness (by rgkarim)
Hey, Hey, It's Robbie K with another movie review for the masses. The movie of choice this time is Bradley Cooper's latest film entitled the Words, a tale about a struggling writer that discovers a story unlike any he has read. He's so captivated and impressed with the story he decides to submit it to the publishers as his own work leading to a high point in his career. However, a road block is soon hit as the original author returns and demands to confront the man who has plagiarized his work. What will happen?When I saw the category Drama/Romance I immediately thought I was <more>
getting another chick flick or soap opera that have seemed to flood the movie world. Yet to my surprise, and perhaps luck, I got something else out of this film, something that many artists will appreciate more than one going for entertainment. The Words is a film that addresses the issue of what one would do to obtain their passion and if they would go so far as to steal/cheat their way to reach their dream. While it may seem obvious that one should not cheat, this movie shows that pressures in the world may drive even the most honest person to doing something wrong. Unlike the cheesy, overacted dramatic scenes other dramas choose to do, The Words instead keeps the situation realistic to a pretty reasonable level. Instead of having a wild young couple's love conquering the struggles and getting instant success, like most chick flicks, New York's hard knock life actually puts the couple's fantasy love to the challenge. Yes, that's right the couple actually has to work out their differences and work on their relationship. As life continues on, the struggles of the real world continue to conflict with Rory's Cooper dreams of writing, despite his passion to write. When the magical manuscript arrives, the choice of turning in the script is not instantaneous as some dramas decide to do. Instead the film chose to show the struggles of using a meal ticket to fame, or to hold onto integrity and pay your dues. This portrayal of man's internal struggle is relatable, at least it was for me, and thought provoking as to what it could take to break your own morals.As you've seen from the trailers, you know what his decision is. Yet instead of then turning the drama into a chase/hide from the law while the protagonist tries to find redemption for his actions, The Words decides to dive into another area that artists will surely grab on to. This idea is creativity and passion that everyone in the world strives to discover. This act of having the Old Man, Jeremy Irons, tell the tale of Rory's novel, helps to explain how such a feat was created. It's during this tale that a mixture of drama, romance, and inner journey was well crafted to keep the movie interesting and still emotionally stirring for me. Rather than filling the screen with montages of romantic kisses, sunset walks, and over emphasized smiling scenes, this movie chose to keep the movie realistic as the relationship buds from friendship to true love. While this occurs, a parallel story also develops as the Old Man's counterpart begins to discover his desire, which he has to develop. As events unfold, the young man continues to adapt and evolve, which for me was more interesting than any prodigal artist story until the climax of the tale unfolds. Yet for those who do want romance, it is still in this movie, but it is not the sole focus of this movie, which may be a turn off for you.However, no movie can really come to life without actors to play the characters the tale revolves around. I rather enjoyed Cooper's performance of the struggling artist, as he managed to capture the anger, frustration, love, happiness, and countless other emotions required for the part. Unlike some of his other roles, his character had well written lines that for once weren't infused with numerous F bombs and cursing. Instead, Cooper actually got have some diversity in his dialog switching from casual romantic banter to soulful speeches about what drives him. Zoe Saldana did a nice job with her role, but her character is pretty one dimensional and has very little use than a tool to drive Rory's decisions and creative sparks. The other actor that may have made the movie for me was Irons, the man with the gruff voice that is perfect for telling stories. Whether he is on the screen or just telling the story, Irons puts enough emotion into his words to add a little extra emotion to the scene, without overdoing it. For me his voice somehow managed to ensnare me in the story, and the scenes seemed to mirror the emotion he showed. Despite the artistic appreciation of this movie, there are a few characteristics that may turn one away from this movie. For one thing, despite the romance tag in this movie, this isn't your typical couple cuddle movie. While I do enjoy realistic portrayal and drama, others may be disappointed with the lack of over passionate love scenes most media like to use. The drama in this movie is more about challenging one's inner character, not challenging a love story. Other weaknesses include some pointless characters, a very predictable ending, some edits to the Dennis Quaid parts, and some rather pointless characters. To summarize this review, The Words is a well done film that is realistic and artistic at the same time. Although I enjoyed various parts of this movie, I can't say I would recommend this film for a theater visit for most. Instead wait for this well shot movie to hit Neflix/Redbox, then you can enjoy it in the comforts of your own home. My scores for this movie are as follows: Romance/Drama: 8.0-8.5 Movie Overall: 6.5-7.0
Words and the Thin Line between Fiction and Reality (by claudio_carvalho)
In New York, the aspirant writer Rory Jansen Bradley Cooper has written a novel but the editors do not accept to publish it since the story is intimist and non-commercial. Rory lives with his girlfriend Dora Zoe Saldana in a loft and is financially supported by his father Mr. Jansen J.K. Simmons .When Mr. Jansen tells Rory that he will give no more money for him and that Rory should have a conventional job, he works as a clerk in a publishing house and soon he marries Dora. The travel in honeymoon to Paris and he buys an old briefcase in a jumble sale. When they return to New York, Rory <more>
finds the manuscript of a novel hidden in the briefcase and he becomes fascinated with the story and decides to send it to the editors. Soon the book becomes a best-seller and Rory becomes a successful and famous writer.One day, an old man Jeremy Irons meets him in Central Park and asks for an autograph in his book. When Rory is leaving the place, the old man asks him if he wouldn't like to listen to a story of a man that was stolen by a young man. Rory seats on the bench again and the old man tells a dramatic story of pain and loss to him."The Words" is an excellent movie about words and the thin line between fiction and reality. The screenplay is excellent with an ambiguous story within another story, and is not conclusive about fiction and reality. For me it is clear that Rory Jansen is the alter ego of Clay Hammond, but the plot is open to interpretation. The writers and directors Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal make an outstanding work supported by a fantastic cast with the names of Jeremy Irons, Bradley Cooper, Dennis Quaid, Zoe Saldana, Olivia Wilde and J.K. Simmons. I was really surprised with such good story. My vote is eight.Title Brazil : "As Palavras" "The Words"