THE BOOK OF HENRY (Film Theatrical Release USA 2017)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 4.2|5.0 Starsìììì

The Book of Henry—freshly tells an old story—interestingly explores awareness of one’s environment. The movie’s script has been well-written and the characters’ personalities are well defined. No lack here when it comes to its ability to draw an audience into its story.

Film Poster Courtesy of Wikipedia 

Storyline 

A young boy endeavors to establish justice for a young girl living next door. 

Additional Thanks

Thank you to Director Colin Trevorrow for directing effort. Thank you to Producers Sidney Kimmel, Jenette Kahn, and Adam Richman for making the film possible. Characters/cast include: Susan Carpenter (Naomi Watts), Henry Carpenter (Janden Martell), Peter Carpenter (Jacob Tremblay), Shella (Sarah Silverman), Glenn Sickleman (Dean Norris), David Daniels (Lee Pace), Christina Sickleman (Maddie Ziegler), Janice Wilder (Tonya Pinkins), John (Bobby Moynihan), Mrs. Evans (Geraldine Hughes), and Morris (Jackson Nicoli).


Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe?

Yes. This movie is a hard watch due to sad events that litter the story, but there is no lack in its ability to hold audience interest. The concluding twist is completely unexpected and grandly told. The movie easily earns its watch.

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