August Rush Movie Review
If you keep an open mind while viewing August Rush you will be rewarded by this terrifically, satisfying movie.
When defending his 2000 romantic comedy Keeping the Faith, Edward Norton suggested that the only way to achieve true hipness in our age of irony and detachment was to be completely sincere and earnest. By this logic, August Rush is the hippest film released in 2007, if not since Keeping the Faith, because it wears its sincerity so plainly that you sometimes have to look around it in order to follow the story. Starring Freddie Highmore as a musically-inclined orphan determined to find his parents, the movie is a musical, a love story and a fable all rolled into one, and it is in spite of these things — not to mention audiences’ natural cynicism — that August Rush proves to be a quite beautiful and engaging film.
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