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Into the Wild ist ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr von Sean Penn, der auf der gleichnamigen Reportage von Jon Krakauer basiert und das. Bis der Aussteiger schließlich seine letzte Nachricht an seinen neu gewonnenen Freund, den Farmer Wayne (Vince Vaughn) schreibt und anschließend in die. Ein junger Mann wandelt auf den Spuren der amerikanischen Romantik, um auf einer zweijährigen Wanderung durch die USA zu sich selbst zu finden. In. Filmkritik - Into the Wild: Packendes Abenteuer über einen Aussteiger von Sean Penn. Mit Emile Hirsch, Vince Vaughn und dem Soundtrack von Eddie Vedder. Exzentriker Sean Penn zeichnet in seinem Abenteuer-Drama „Into The Wild" in schwärmerisch-betörenden Bildern das bittere Ende des jungen desillusionierten. Emile Hirsch weiß, wohin der Weg führt: Into the Wild. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Into the Wild Into the Wild - Deutscher / German Trailer. Into The Wild – Trailer auf YouTube ansehen. Mutig ist jedoch weder Regisseur Sean Penn noch die Figur des Christopher McCandless, wie.
Emile Hirsch weiß, wohin der Weg führt: Into the Wild. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Into the Wild Into the Wild - Deutscher / German Trailer. Into The Wild – Trailer auf YouTube ansehen. Mutig ist jedoch weder Regisseur Sean Penn noch die Figur des Christopher McCandless, wie. Bis der Aussteiger schließlich seine letzte Nachricht an seinen neu gewonnenen Freund, den Farmer Wayne (Vince Vaughn) schreibt und anschließend in die.
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Along the way, Christopher encounters a series of characters that shape his life. Director: Sean Penn. Writers: Sean Penn screenplay , Jon Krakauer book.
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May 26, Full Review…. January 28, Full Review…. October 29, Rating: A Full Review…. View All Critic Reviews Jun 26, Fantastic realization of the novel of the same name about Christopher McCandless, who at age 22 and disillusioned by his parent's deception about his father's polygamy, abandons his comfortable upper-class life immediately upon graduating from college to explore the country largely on foot.
He spends the first 2 years moving around the western states, taking various jobs and living off the land for weeks at a time. He travels down the Colorado River by kayak, and, after wandering for nearly 2 years, decides to travel to Alaska to attempt to live off the land for several months.
The film is very well made, the performances, especially young Emile Hirsch, are very authentic and affecting. Backed by an incredible soundtrack of original songs by Eddie Vedder, this is a great movie about a somewhat lost soul, but someone most people can relate to at some point in their lives, who is merely searching for what he calls "truth.
The end is tragic, but almost necessarily so. Would we have ever known of McCandless, aka "Alexander Supertramp," had he not perished alone in an abandoned bus in the Alaskan wild?
This is a compelling story that is, understandably, quite polarizing. Opinions vary greatly about Alex and his journey.
One thing is undeniable - he had the courage and principles which few have at age 22 to walk into the world alone and try to discovery who he was.
Sean Penn pays the proper respect to the life of one young man who, right or wrong, chose to live a certain life instead of being told what kind of life to live, particularly by those he no longer trusted or respected.
Mark H Super Reviewer. Oct 19, Sanity Assassin! Jan 08, Solid movie that tells a great story. This is one of the more interesting films I've seen in my life.
Its storytelling knows how to keep your attention held throughout the film. I wouldn't quite say it's "life-changing" like many people would have you believe, although I can understand how some people could see it that way.
Whatever works for you I guess. The only thing that I feel really hurts this film is its lengthy duration, and its pacing, which can be poor at times.
I haven't read the book, so I can't say for sure that it's the screenplay writer's fault or anything, but the pace could be far better.
I also don't like how the film jumps around so much Again, I haven't read the book, so I don't know how it is, but there were a few things that could've been done better here.
Aside from that though, it's a very good film. Stephen S Super Reviewer. Jul 24, I could have said that a Springsteen song fits because this film is such a delightful testament to Americana, but Springsteen is as liberal as ever, and in this day and age, liberalism is more of a celebration to anything that isn't American.
Oh, Bruce, you poor misguided heartland rocker, now that I think about it, you really should have considered doing the soundtrack for this film, because Eddie Vedder's songs are just kind of ripping off yours a little bit.
Speaking of which, with the hair, beard and wardrobe that Emile Hirsch has in this film, he looks like he probably should be playing a '90s alternative hard rocker, though I might just be saying that because I for one am all for Eddie Vedder running away to Alaska, so that I don't have to deal with Pearl Jam for a while.
Well, I reckon the songs that he did for this film are alright, though I might just be thinking that because I enjoyed most every other aspect about this film so much.
That being said, I'm not exactly going "while" for this film, because its getting Eddie Vedder to contribute Americanatastic original songs rather than Bruce Springsteen is not its only questionable aspect.
Even with all of the big names attached to it, as well as the strong marketing that led to commercial success, this film is a bona fide indie drama, complete with heart, thoughtfulness and, of course, storytelling laziness, at least when it comes to uniqueness, because while the final product is compelling enough for you to embrace going with it on a familiar journey, the overlong road that this film's storytelling follows has been tread upon too often for predictability to not do some damage to your investment, though perhaps not as much as this road's winding all over the place all too often.
A film like this deserves to be long and thorough, but at two minutes shy of a whopping two-and-a-half hours, this film is way too long, padding itself out with repetitious material and filler until things start to meander with a certain blandness that is potent enough on paper, and exacerbated when atmosphere is applied to the dragging.
When I said that this film, as an indie drama, gets to be a bit lazy in its storytelling, I meant that it at least feels lazy under the steady directorial efforts of Sean Penn, whose thoughtfulness is often tenderly endearing, but just as often kind of bland, perhaps even rather dull.
There's enough heart and color to this film to keep entertainment value sustained for the most part, but when things slow down, as they often do, they really slow down, leaving the film to wander down an uneven, overlong and familiar path with a heart that, when accompanied by storytelling sharpness, compels thorough, but not without emphasizing the flaws in this promising drama.
The film is nothing if not highly ambitious, and it has the strength to fulfill such ambition enough to reward on the whole, but this drama could have been so much more, and Penn's passionate desire for excellence only stresses the areas in which he falls short, to where, before too long, it becomes utterly impossible to ignore the fact that high potential ultimately goes squandered under the weight of conventional, uneven and overlong storytelling, whose shortcomings have a history of being enough to drive potentially excellent films into all-out underwhelmingness.
However, in this case, underwhelmingness does not prevail, because as often as this adventure loses its thrills, it rarely, if ever loses enough compellingness to keep you very much invested, as well as a little entertained, thanks in part to the musical aspects, at least up to a certain point.
The film's soundtrack is flawed, having its repetitious bits that add to the blandness, as well as some overstylizing that doesn't really gel tonally, yet on the whole, this effort turns in plenty of decent tunes, including original ones, with Michael Brook delivering on a score that, outside of overstylized occasions, boasts a certain charming tastefulness, while Eddie Vedder taints his original alternative folk tunes with his trademark unappealingly overblown, or rather, "vibratoverblown" vocal style, but has more heart than he usually, and enough of it to provide some decent music, until the classic archived ditties enter to particularly color things up.
Musically, this film is hardly impeccable, but it's moderately impressive, with visual aspects being decidedly more commendable, thanks in part to cinematography by Eric Gautier that, while not stellar, delivers on warm and inviting lighting, as well as on a certain scope that is both broad and intimate enough for you to feel immersed in this film's sense of adventure, or at least in this film's many colorful locations.
On a visual level, the film is pretty memorable, not exactly having the sense of sweeping adventure that I was hoping for, but still enough cleverness to its celebrations of dynamic imagery for you to feel the progression in Christopher "Alexander Supertramp" McCandless' journey, and also be dazzled along the way, and when it comes to the substance that actually establishes this adventure, just about as much praising is due.
Not much is unique about this dramatization of McClandless' story, though there's plenty of excessive material and inconsistency, thus much of the potential to this subject matter is left betrayed, but by no means obscured, as there is never any denying the thematic value, layered dramatic weight and, well, fair degree of fun to this tale about a young man's lively journey to a simpler life, which isn't to say that Sean Penn doesn't still constantly make sure that you don't forget about the compellingness of this story, at least as writer, turning in a script that, while fatty around the edges, boasts plenty of wit, as well as color to characterization which is thoughtfully handled enough to feel accessible.
Inspiration is certainly with Penn when he puts his "penn" to paper Get it? The deliberate pacing to Penn's storytelling definitely does not always work, but when it does, it draws you into this very human tale, almost as much as the acting, something that is consistently strong in this star-studded flick, whose supporting cast members deliver on plenty of charisma to help in making their colorful character memorable, while leading man Emile Hirsch carries the film in his thoroughly charismatic and convincing portrayal of a good-hearted, spirited and bright, if a tad misguided young man who will face many changes, both expected and unexpected, on a challenging adventure that will bring him the richest of insight into the depths of both humanity and the world itself.
There are plenty of shortcomings to this dramatic adventure which could have been and perhaps should have been more, but for every misstep, there is a strength, some of which offer glimpses into what could have been, and most all of which go into making the final product a generally rewarding experience.
When the adventure is finally done, this promising drama feels limited in originality, and is rich with focal inconsistency, excessive dragging, - made all the more glaring by atmospheric bland spells - and overambition, until it ultimately falls short of what it could have been and almost into underwhelmingness, which is ultimately battled back enough by a decent soundtrack, lovely cinematography and locations, and a worthwhile story - brought to life by clever writing, thoughtful direction and strong acting - for "Into the Wild" to stand as an often entertaining, sometimes moving and consistently compelling tribute to Christopher "Alexander Supertramp" McCandless, a spirited young man of the world.
Cameron J Super Reviewer. See all Audience reviews. Christopher McCandless: Strong. You can do anything. You can go anywhere. Money, power is an illusion.
It's up here. You can be here. Me and you. Ron Franz: I'm going to miss you when you go. Christopher McCandless: I will miss you too, but you are wrong if you think that the joy of life comes principally from the joy of human relationships.
God's place is all around us, it is in everything and in anything we can experience. People just need to change the way they look at things.
Christopher McCandless: If we admit that human life can be ruled by reason, then all possibility of life is destroyed.
Christopher McCandless: Some people feel like they don't deserve love.
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Dave Calhoun. Ben Kenigsberg. As [Hirsch] struggles with the elements, his increasing frailty and the cinematography's increasing grandeur mesh in a way that's at once iconic and wrenching.
Bob Mondello. Penn's main idea about going native is making eye contact with a deer. Amy Nicholson.
The film is about people trying to live good lives and that is ultimately a serious and worthwhile subject.
Into The Wild is one of the best films of the year. Paul Byrnes. One of the best American films of the year, even if you do feel more impatient with McCandless than Penn seems to.
Derek Malcolm. Emile Hirsch perfectly highlights [his] untamed character. Penn and Hirsch test our patience with a time-tripping style of cinema that mixes fiction and nonfiction narrative styles, physical and emotional nudity, facial hair and hard-to-watch hunting scenes.
David Lamble. Into the Wild captures the recklessness, the passion, and also the cruelty of youth.
Felicia Feaster. This is a film that is full of life, showing how much living the young man did in his short time on earth, yet it's laced with the tragic realization that his life was somewhat wasted.
Micheal Compton. A masterpiece; a rapturous, quintessential American odyssey that earns its place in the pantheon of the great "road" films and at the pinnacle of this year's very best.
Matthew Lucas. Penn's direction intuitively acts as a spiritual proxy for McCandless' own rapturous way that he processes his journey. PJ Nabarro.
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