And the fact that it seemed so genuine is exactly why I have not cried in a film so much since. If I stay is one movie that I believe is 10 out of 10. I do not normally give out ratings without thinking about it first. Also the theme of music is well shared between classical cello and Pacific Northwest rock band. Those films were about the interaction of living breathing humans and the spirits of dead humans. This is a problem that face many couples and it's good to see proper issues as the problem instead of trumped up melodrama.
Caught between life and death for one revealing day, Mia has only one decision left, which will not only decide her future but her ultimate fate. In the film, it's shown in flashbacks that Mia's folks grew up and embraced responsibility when it became apparent to them that the late nights and party lights did not blend well with parenthood an epiphany which makes even more perplexing their almost pushing young Mia out the door to be with her rocker boyfriend. Description Mia Hall thought the hardest decision she would ever face would be whether to pursue her musical dreams at Juilliard or follow a different path to be with the love of her life, Adam. The movie has a good balance between family tragedy of a horrific car accident and teen romance of young love. We learn of the sacrifice a family makes for their children, for music.
This film shows so many aspects of Mia's life, so it's easy to find something to relate to. And I know the joy of winning that audition too. I know what it is like to play your guts out and leave it all on the stage. Language Release 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English 0 English. This film was not supposed to be as good as it was. But what should have been a carefree family drive changes everything in an instant, and now her own life hangs in the balance.
The ex rocker type parents seem like they couldn't have had such a beautiful daughter but never mind. I respect that sort of commitment to a part. The two were attracted to each other, and did fall in love, but were troubled with what might be described as musical differences. And it is all tied together with good music: Saint-Saëns Concerto N°1, Beethoven Cello Sonata N°3 in A Major, and the Kodály Solo Sonata. The teenage-girl is played well by Chloe Grace Moretz. Synopsis Mia Hall thought the hardest decision she would ever face would be whether to pursue her musical dreams at Juilliard or follow a different path to be with the love of her life, Adam. If you have any legal issues please contact the appropriate media file owners or host sites.
Shauna Cross wrote the screenplay of the Gayle Forman novel. Her love interest is played by Jamie Blackley who does a good job without overacting. Thus this film has a major musical plot-line that reminds of the recently screened 'Begin Again'. And the picture mostly works hard to earn its tears honestly: The characters are attractive and appealing and likable, and the actors playing the characters also are attractive and appealing and likable. As film opens we discover that she is part of a sickly-sweet family that seems just too perfect. That the scene which I believe began the manipulation featured the showcase moment for veteran actor Stacy Keach, as the crusty but lovable old Grandpa, made the cheat seem even more unexpected and surprising. This teenage love-story shares a supernatural spiritual love story like 'Ghost' and 'Truly, Madly, Deeply'.
Chloe Grace Moretz performance in this movie was amazing. This is the rare picture which features no bad guys. If you liked any of those films, then 'If I Stay' will appeal to you. I think she portrays the love and the actions of a teenage girl in love with great accuracy. This was done well and allows us to understand the love and bond that they have because it skips back to different points in their history.
The film is emotional, yes, verily, with a simple storyline, so be ready to enjoy this film once, and leave it there. Best movie of the summer by far. These scenes all occur at the start of the film, the rest of the film is based at the hospital, with the majority of the film being flash-backs. Mia is a cellist and a lot of the film focuses on her dreams of becoming a successful musician, so the film is filled with beautiful classical music. The film skips back and forth from her out of body experience to her memories with Adam and her family. Thus, 'If I Stay' is completely different from 'Ghost' and 'Truly, Madly, Deeply', both of 1990.
But what should have been a carefree family drive changes everything in an instant, and now her own life hangs in the balance. Flashbacks tell us that the teenage schoolgirl Mia Hall, has fallen in love with older boy Adam, played by Jamie Buckley. There's something about her life that I think anyone can relate to, so she's a wonderful character. The music is also beautiful. She has to face her insane loss and she has to choose between many different things in life. The film does not center around her out of body experience but centers around Mia's love for Adam. I honestly really enjoyed this movie and thought multiple times during it that this movie is really good.