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Perhaps a Ruby Sparks review will spark your interest

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Plot

This film seemed like a love letter that the main actors wrote to and for each other. As such, it felt at times as though it wasn’t meant for me…like I wasn’t supposed to be watching it.

Characters

Before this film, I didn’t care much for Paul Dano. He was okay here, though, along with everyone else. Antonio Banderas’ character kept making me remember that I was watching a movie, but then again, he always does that.

Visuals

Ingenious was a similarly-shot movie, and I complained about the “shaky cam” in that review…but here, it didn’t bother me quite as much.

And these reviews are completely opinion-based, after all. It says so on the About page!

Product Placement

Nothing. At all.

Rewatchability

Since it felt like it wasn’t meant for me, I can’t see myself returning, but it’s not so bad I’d purposely stay away.

7 comments on “Perhaps a Ruby Sparks review will spark your interest

  1. “Antonio Banderas’ character kept making me remember that I was watching a movie, but then again, he always does that.” This is so true!!! I never could put my finger on what it is about this actor but that’s what it is, he makes you remember your watching a movie. I don’t know if that means he’s a bad actor or what but that’s exactly it!!!! Thanks for the review I will probably watch this movie now.

  2. Not sure if it’s just me…but the scorecard isn’t showing up :(

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