Excerpt: Aron Ralston: "I'm in pretty deep doodoo here." The story is about a mountain climber becomes trapped under a boulder in a remote area near Moab, Utah, he must resort to extreme measures in order to survive. Danny Boyle once again proves that he is a fantastic director in this movie.
Excerpt: An adventurer and nature lover Aron Ralston (James Franco) who was trapped last 2003 at Utah's Canyonlands National Park. An accident occurs passing thru Blue John Canyon where a boulder pins his arm as he gets trapped below. He reflects upon his life as the days pass by.
Summary: With bizarre cinematography and a talk show like environment, what Danny Boyle announces to the audience in "127 Hours" is not James Franco as the winner (Still, he was cool). He presents to us that, between all those blood, sweat, and urine spilled, its the perseverance of man that claims victory.
Summary: It's shocking to believe this is a true story, but who better to portray this shocking story than Danny Boyle and James Franco. This is by far the most defining role James Franco has ever played. I cannot get enough of this movie, it's more like watching a thrilling documentary instead of a film.
Summary: Movies like this can be really good or really bad. This was obviously really good. It takes a tremendous amount of talent on behalf of the actor and director to make an entertaining film about one man literally stuck in one place.
Summary: James Franco deserved his nomination for this film. It's gripping, it's moving and, best of all, it's intense. Danny Boyle has crafted another excellent film and the fact it's based on a real story makes it all the better. One of the better films from 2010.
Excerpt: We do a lot of things in life that we later regret. For the most part it's ordering the soup instead of the salad or buying shoes in brown instead of black. Sometimes your choices can change your life, like breaking up with somebody, or for that matter not breaking up with somebody when you had the...