She can sense his deep sadness. A couple months after this Tim donates a part of his live to a social service worker. At least that's what he thinks. The acting was superb, the story was heart wrenching and I truly believed in the characters. Tim falls in love with her and decides to make his donation.
This starts his search for more people that are in need of transplants. She has also a rare blood style and is having a very hard time finding help due to this. He can bend the rules on some cases. Advertisement And why does he check into a fleabag hotel? Tim reaches out to the social worker and asks her if she know anybody that needs some help. And why then does he follow the same man into a restaurant and engage him in conversation? But Ben hadn't planned on falling in love with one of these people and she's the one who will end up transforming him. His friend finds him in the tube as well as his wishes to give the blind man his pupils and Emily his heart. For him final donation time meets Emily.
Tim feels in order to make this wrong a right he needs to save the lives of seven good people. As she gets sicker Tim leaves her sleeping alone and goes back to his motel. He fills a bath tube with ice water and puts a box jellyfish in the tube with him. Tim moves out of him home and into a motel. His first good deed is donating one on his lungs to his brother that is in need of a surgery. She tell him about a woman who is regularly beaten by her boyfriend.
This film blew me away. After doing research on him Tim decides he is worthy of a donation. One day when he was driving he was also texting on his cell phone. I haven't even hinted about the hidden motives in this film. This film here grabbed me from the start and will stay with me for weeks.
And why is he looking for people who need their own favors? Will Smith play the character Tim. Six are strangers the other is his fiancée. The final scene shows the blind man and Emily meeting as they are recovering from their procedures both of whom are alive and well thanks to the donations from Tim. Miraculously for once, even the trailers don't give anything away. I am fascinated by films that observe a character who is behaving precisely, with no apparent motivation. I'll tell you one thing: I may have made Ben sound like an angel, but he is very much flesh and blood, and none of his actions are supernatural. The reason it goes unexplained is that he has no need to explain it to himself, and no way to explain it to anyone else.
. One year after the crash Tim leaves his job as an engineer. And why, after he intuits he is speaking to a blind man on the phone, is he so needlessly cruel to him? He donates a kidney to a hockey coach and gives bone marrow to a young boy in need. And what favor does his lifelong friend Dan owe him? Haunted by a secret, Ben Thomas looks for redemption by radically transforming the lives of seven people he doesn't know. He can have a candlelight dinner with a beautiful woman named Emily Posa Rosario Dawson and go home afterward. He learns of a blind man who plays the piano. I do, when it's done well.
I find this more interesting than a movie about a man whose nature and objectives are made clear in the first five minutes, in a plot that simply points him straight ahead. Once his plan is set, nothing will be able to stop him. He is angry with people sometimes, but he seems angriest of all at himself. And why won't he kiss , when they both so obviously want that to happen? This movie has an all start cast including Will Smith, Rosario Dawson, and Woody Harrelson among other famed actors. He gives the deed of his home to this woman and she moves in with her children. Will Smith displays a rather impressive range of emotional speeds here. It's a very powerful film and Will Smith and the rest of the cast deserve our applause and respect for playing their roles so well.
Some of you may say that this film is just another in a list of movies such as Pay It Forward. A definite must see film and one worthy of nomination for awards. He causes a car crash and seven people die. Credit to the scriptwriters and director for also allowing this film to exist, it was amazing. She has a heart condition that is making her ill. Some people like to be emotionally manipulated. Some people will find it emotionally manipulative.
. . . . . . .
. . . . . .