Both Emilia Clarke and Sam Clafin were excellent. Both these characters are very different, yes they pick things from each other and they put smiles on each others faces. I am very taken with Emilia Clark's performance and smile. Don't listen to critics and go see this movie. I really enjoyed her character. I'm not a fan of when romantic films play popular songs that tell you exactly how to feel as an audience member. Instead it focuses on the good times and precious moments he spends will Lou.
I never read the book that which this film is based on. With a pretty eclectic sense of style. The film makes you dwell on the unpredictability of life. The camera-work is gorgeous and the soundtrack is second to none. A very bittersweet film that will leave you feeling happy and sad at the same time.
Emilia Clark has the most expressive face I have ever seen on camera. Emilia Clark is an absolute delight! He knows everything feels very small and rather joyless now and he knows exactly how he's going to put a stop to that — a planned death after fulfilling his parent's plea for a six month reprise. She was amazing and breathtaking. Her family Brendan Coyle, Jenna Coleman, Samantha Spiro and Alan Breck needs money and insist Lou seek employment when Lou loses her job: it is out of pure fortitude that she finds one - as caretaker of a young wealthy quadriplegic — a job that ultimately keeps her sane. Jojo Moyes obviously isn't one of those people.
One of the best things about this, is it is not just your usual love story. I really bought the affection they feel for one another. There are a lot of light moments, actually the whole movie has a verylight tone to it it's a serious topic, but with Clarke's characterit's hard for anything to be too serious or solemn. Sure it has some problems, and the ending will leave some people confused and angry but overall this movie works on so many levels that those flaws are hardly even noticeable as the good outweighs the bad by a lot. On more than one occasion, Me Before You does that. Both characters were charismatic, and enjoyable, and matched the dialogue of the book, which I thought was great. The high point of the film is the performance by Emelia Clarke.
The movie depicts William's life as worthwhile and precious. A verybittersweet film that will leave you feeling happy and sad at the sametime. This film is one of those rare instances where a novel by JoJo Moyes is adapted for the screen by the novelist and finds a sensitive director such as Thea Sharrock and the result is a story that could have been sanguine but instead is an enriching emotional journey. Will cannot deal with the pain and suffering of his disability. I knew exactly what to expect since Iread the book, but I loved the adaptation.
The way Lou effortlessly deals with these issues is what makes her so likable. Claflin is believable, and the question is how would you feel if you where in his shoes. The main qualm for these characters are Will's questionable wishes about his future living as a quadriplegic and Lou's inability to fulfill her potential and aspirations due to her commitment as the breadwinner for her family. I think my only real complaints with the film involve its tendency to veer into clichéd territory. I couldn't think of something better.
Am seriously considering whether the movie ought to bump another movie off my favorite 50 relationship movie list. Although the ending got me nervous, it was cool. She is heartbroken and does not speak to him the rest of the trip. There is a little treat for any Harry Potter fans! I was expecting the usual American love story, but that's not what this is. Emilia is so animated and she is now one of my favourites. I think Sam Claflin was also born toplay Will. There is no cursing or obscenities in this movie worth mentioning.
The story itself is well thought out and great. I like the chemistry between Claflin and Clarke, at no point it feelsforced. Claflin is believable, and the question is how would youfeel if you where in his shoes. I have already read the book, so I decided to most definitely see the movie. Because I'm thinking she was exaggerating it, therefore she played thepart marvellously. At times Clarkes performance feels overly cartoonish, but still good in most of it.