Sunday, September 30, 2012

The Ghost Writer (2010)

The ghost writer (2010) | One thing that makes me so excited about The Ghost Writer: I am a fan of the Chinatown mystery thriller (1974) Polanski's masterpiece and I have always been a fan for movies like this. It means movie reveals the mystery from the perspective of the main character, although here Ewan McGregor is not a detective, but he still took the position of detective with the audience. This is a perfect storytelling for a mystery thriller, which could certainly give memorable cinematic experience.

Based on the novel entitled The Ghost by Robert Harris, The Ghost Writer is a political thriller story with the main character a writer (McGregor) who gets a job to become an author biography of a political figure, former British Prime Minister Adam Lang (Pierce Brosnan ), the latter of controversy as a result of a war criminal conspiracy relating to the Iraq War. Mystery was built with guidance from the previous ghost recently drowned, have connections associated with people around the life of Lang.

The Ghost Writer has a serious case of interest with the development of the plot that makes the audience guessing what happens next, memorable characters, played well, visual tone and the cold scoring, and the very sweet story execution. Incredible. Suspenseful and entertaining. One of the best movies of the year.

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