The Curious Case of Benjamin Button ()

directed by David Fincher
featuring Brad Pitt, Cate Blanchett, Taraji P. Henson, Julia Ormond, Jason Flemyng

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David Fincher's The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, an adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's story, re-teams the director with Brad Pitt, who takes on the title role. What makes Button such a curious case is that when he is born in New Orleans just after World War I, he is already in his eighties, and proceeds to live his life aging in reverse. This sweeping film follows the character's unusual life into the 21st century as he experiences joy and sadness, loves lost and found, and the meaning of timelessness. Cate Blanchett ...

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Myrna

Sep 17, 2016

Wonderful Movie

This is a wonderful movie! The story line is very unique!

Pat V

Feb 20, 2012

Watched the Movie

Exceptional performances and a winner with a different story line.

barbietart

Oct 22, 2009

Wonderful movie

This movie has such atmosphere you feel you are in New Orleans of the early 1900's. The story is of a baby born old. He gets younger looking as he ages, which is fascinating to watch. But the best part is his life. He is raised in an old folks home with a group of wonderful people who are already old. A child looking like them doesn't seem to surprise anyone. His adopted mother wanted a baby but couldn't conceive so she is thrilled with this odd and ugly child. When he is finally old enough, he does go to work. This leads him to the wider world beyond his home. He also has fallen in love with the grand-daughter of one of the residents. Their relationship is warm, loving and long-lived, although they go separate ways when she grows older and he grows younger. Wonderfully filmed & acted, this is a love story as deep as any! I loved every minute of the film and you will too.

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