Beach, The (2000) [English (MPEG Layer III, 128 kBit/s, 48 kHz, Stereo)]
Genre: Drama / Adventure
Length: 1h 59m 0s
Director: Danny Boyle
Tagline: Innocence never lasts forever.
Plot outline: Garland's novel centers on a young nicotine-addicted traveler named Richard, an avid pop-culture buff with a particular love for video games and Vietnam War movies. While at a hotel in Bangkok, he finds a map left by his strange, whacked-out neighbor, who just committed suicide. The map supposedly leads to a legendary island paradise where some other wayward souls have settled. Summary written by Mike Arndt {}
Comment: Danny Boyle's The Beach is well done because it showcases a pacifist anarchist society (to me that means that its a society that gets along and does whatever they want to do) enclosed in a beautiful beach. It shows what happens in the society, how paradise can be achieved, and how Leonardo DiCaprio is OK after all. DiCaprio gives his best performance since What's Eating Gilbert Grape, and though I have never been much of a fan of DiCaprio's (AT ALL) I found his teaming up with Trainspotting director Boyle was a good bet. With a slick cameo by Robert Carlyle, this film gets good in my book by skipping all the drama Titanc had, and going straight to the good old fashioned crazy drama.
IMDB Rating: 5.7
Country: USA
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