Monster Calls movie is screening at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival and now it’s the year’s best yet.
It’s a beautiful and emotionally crafted masterpiece shows gut-wrenchingly sad look at coping with death, and of the importance of strengthening the familiar bonds.
The man behind the camera is fully responsible for such a masterpiece and J.A. Bayona‘s A Monster Calls incredibly crafted storytelling will make you realize the beauty of this film.
The Monster is a tremendous creation and MacDougall carries the film’s most emotional parts, though he receives a valuable support from Weaver and Kebbell.
This movie includes some of the best and heartbreaking scenes that will make your heart plunge but there is also some uplifting scenes that come with A Monster Calls.
That’s true, A Monster Calls is a perfect piece of art and easily it is one of the best movies in 2016 so far or I will say The Best Movie so far.
Everything about this movie works perfectly, The Cast, Director, and Storyline is incredible. Especially, J.A. Bayona’s high bar taste for Visual Effects and impeccable pacing skills, make this movie so incredible.
In other words, A Monster Calls is so good you won’t care that you’re crying.
The movie describes the story of a Young Boy (Lewis MacDougall) who conjures up a monster to help with deal with the school bullies and his mother illness by living in a fairy tale world of Monsters.
A Monster Calls impeccable storyline seemed like a logical next step for a director interest in merging the fairy tale world with humans.
Lewis MacDougall character which is played by Conor O’Malley is nothing short of astounding. Conor is capable of reaching character’s emotional depths, frustration, and indignation without coming off as a Melodramatic.
Surely, J.A. Bayona has created an unforgettable and loving experience with A Monster Calls, one that let anyone grapple with our fear and worries while lighting a beacon of hope that shines through our darkest memories.