Uncertainty

Being sort of a fan of the work of Joseph Gordon-Levitt ever since Brick, I can say I have watched the majority of his leading role movies without a feeling of disappointment.
This is a young actor in Hollywood that knows how to choose his works. Either he has a great agent or a natural talent for spotting good projects. Not great films, but competent.

Well, but it had to happen someday: Uncertainty was a bad move. The photography is good, but nothing really happens in this movie!
The filming style and the way the story was cut in two “parallel universes” gives us the sense we’re watching an episode of 24, with multiple things happening at the same time, but we aren’t…and what seems like an interesting plot in the first moments, turns into a wild goose chase with no actual development during the whole film.

As for Gordon-Levitt, he totally missed it. His character is boring and doesn’t have any shinning moment….ok that’s not only the actor’s fault, but even the beautiful Lynn Collins manages to bring some depth to her performance, stealing all of their common scenes (98% of the film lol).

Pass on this one if, like me, you have a never-ending list of films to watch.

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2 Responses to “Uncertainty”


  1. 1 nuno 23 May, 2010 at 10:39 pm

    maioral,

    é verdade, tudo termina!
    andava a precisar de fechar o capitulo.
    vamos conversando sobre essas novas aventuras!
    e o video? ta quase no vimeo?tou com ganas pra ver aquele concerto de sb!

    grande abraço

  2. 2 A Constant Refrain 24 May, 2010 at 8:01 pm

    parece fraco pelo trailer realmente


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