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Boyhood - Movie Review
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38 thoughts on “Boyhood – Movie Review – สังเคราะห์หนังสือที่ดีที่สุด”

  1. My experience was very similar to this review. Through the first half of it. I was kind of like, this is ok, but I don't really see what the big deal is, but as the story closed out and especially the feeling and the thought the movie left me with is what caused me to appreciate it.

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  2. This is proof positive that you are absolutely mediocre at what you do. Nobody in their right mind with a lick of taste should receive this film well. It was completely banal and meaningless with a gimmick in production for its premise

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  3. I went into this movie expecting great things and halfway in I'm looking for this great scene to happen and, well…it never does. What is interesting is what you stated about the natural dialogue. It feels real, almost like a documentary. I think it's because there was a lot of openness and freedom to explore and create a movie by focusing on creating and filming moments. I think after Linklater looked at it two thirds of the way through he thought the same thing, "What do I have? A bunch of moments. Is it just a series of milestones? I thought there'd be more meaning!" So he has the lead characters talk about the movie as if it's their lives that are playing out that way. Rather than brilliant I thought that was more like director slight-of-hand. "I'll make the characters say what Im seeing".

    This film is an open ended exploration of filmmaking. The narrative is missing…so there's no point…to any of it. That's also how it feels after you're done watching it. It seems to be missing a point of why you're motivated to tell someone a story in the first place. Boring people will tell you the mundane details of their daily life. Interesting people will tell you a dramatic, interesting or funny story. This movie lacks all three, yet that doesn't make it a bad movie and it still kind of works in it's own unique, peculiar way.

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  4. The sequel Manhood is way shorter. Mason becomes an incel rejected by a string of skags off Tinder then necks himself at the end of the first 15 mins.

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  5. I saw this movie right before I turned 24 growing up in Texas. So I'm not going to lie, I went into this movie extremely biased but damnit if there weren't some great scenes in this movie. Richard Linklater is incredible.

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  6. This movie is an quintessential art of boyhood to manliness.
    Great lesson for present time, since many man are now turning into female or big boy.

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  7. The first time I saw this movie, I was a tad disappointed. I think it was due to all the hype it had received and having a different expectation. Since then, my life has changed substantially and after watching it again today, I had a whole other level of perspective while viewing it. I think that’s what makes this film unique – it can effect viewers at all different times in life and become relatable as time goes on – at least that’s what it did for me. Great movie

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  8. My only quibble with this film was how many of the men, including the father, would talk about women and girls as soon as they weren't around, ironically I thought the son was far more mature about them than the adults, possibly because he had a sister, and, that way, you grow up not thinking/talking about girls like bits of meat.

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  9. The crazy thing about this movie for me is that i grew up with divorced parents around the same age (8 yo) during the same time period, and a step dad and step siblings and a row of girlfriends for my dad. Among other similarities. My parents had a bad divorce…. and poor coparenting methods, but the movie had different hardships throughout- some relatable for me and some different.

    I’m so glad that this movie was made over this time span because it really really resonated with me on what growing up with divorced parents is like. All the small little fights and words said here and there gave me deja vu. It was like therapy for me in a sense. Despite actually going to therapy for other reasons since i was 14, no one wants to sit with you and hear all of the bullshit and trivial trials that went on with growing up with divorced parents. Don’t get me wrong- i’m glad my parents aren’t together since they weren’t a good match, BUT it did bring about many specific hardships that people don’t experience when growing up with a single parent/ married parents.

    Seeing this film let me know that other people knew exactly what it was like to grow up this way. Since divorce is so common, it’s not something that people need to chat about on the regular. It’s just your normal. But it’s nice to know that a film focused on it specifically vs the casual nature of it in films as one tiny sentence to give character development vs being the actual whole entire plot over the timespan of growing up vs one or two years of divorced parents like the Kramer v Kramer film. To understand what it is truly like and the effects it has on your coming of age years, this movie did a great job of showcasing that. And is the only film IMO that really gave a realistic view on it.

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  10. It isnt one of those complex movies. it´s a very unique movie that showcases growth of both actors and the characters. I definitely connected (music, tv shows also helped) with this movie and the fact that it took 12 years filming this with same people also helps that connection. Overall, thoroughly enjoyed the movie

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  11. April 10, 2020

    Watched this tonight and I was mindblown. It was a UNIQUE EXPERIENCE for a moviephile like me.

    Cried towards that scene when a plumber thanked the teacher. I am a teacher myself and am looking reasons to stay in this profession. AND THIS WAS IT.

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  12. The movie does has a timeline space feeling that had me wondering if it meant anything, but after the kid graduated… I felt like it didn't pan out.. I'm sure he was relatable to others cause I didn't smoke weed, drank , or felt what looks like the effects of divorce and straight up Alcoholism. It's okay I had exciting experiences, and trust me If I wrote them it would make twilight more tolerable. My point is, the boy evolves in a sense of exactly what he's gonna talk about in the next dialogue and it feels dragged out. You think you will see more personality after each scene but its more like every 2 years , even then it's not a satisfying leap. I give boyhood = bad influences a C+

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