The design, that 3 unlike people are stroked by death is a great thought to make a movie, and has prospective, but unluckily that prospective doesn't give you an idea about what the whole movie really is.
None of the 3 story lines are tenuously theatrical or touching and there wasn’t any passion here also. On the whole it's a very quiet film. The instant where Bryce Dallas Howard smashes down didn't make me sense anything at all. The relationship or friendship between her and Matt Damon appears to be a bit dramatic false. If there is any jiffy value seeing, it's at the extremely start of the movie, where a tsunami takes place. This is a lot more enjoyable than what follows next after that, not only with the characters in this plot, but to the whole movie. Also, the story where a kid loses his brother in a freaking accident didn't budge me moreover. If you're seeking for a movie that has any bang at all, then you may desire to look elsewhere rather than watching this, because there isn't any here. What's additional, there's no clarification has to how or why these stories come together, aside from the book fair sequence which was bringing some sense to me.
Overall, there's nothing such impressive in the film, but however I liked the movie in a commendable way, rather than an enjoyable one which normally one goes to spend their heavy bucks in multiplexes.
2 / 5