A FedEx executive undergoes a physical and emotional transformation after crash landing on a deserted island. Well I vaguely remember this film as I got it from my local library and this is actually really good, it is well made and with a likeable lead and the film in general is watchable and it draw you in, overall this film is likeable and it has got a good cast and they are convincing.
Forrest, a man with low IQ, recounts the early years of his life when he found himself in the middle of key historical events. All he wants now is to be reunited with his childhood sweetheart, Jenny. For me personally it’s the pacing as it certainly hold your interest, it never gets too overcomplicated with the flashback element and that work really well, the lead is likeable and this is a well-made film.
3.Romancing The Stone
A mousy romance novelist sets off for Colombia to ransom her kidnapped sister, and soon finds herself in the middle of a dangerous adventure hunting for treasure with a mercenary rogue. I actually growing up watching this film, the chemistry between Kathleen Turner and Michael Douglas is superb and this is entertaining, it might be old fashioned type of film but this is a superbly made film.
A puppet is brought to life by a fairy, who assigns him to lead a virtuous life in order to become a real boy. Personally I don’t really get the hate for this film, as the visual is truly outstanding and it has got a beautiful story, the vocal in this film is superb and the rest of the acting is really good and really convincing, the ending is superb as this is eye catching from start to finish and it is memorable.
1.The Polar Express
On Christmas Eve, a young boy embarks on a magical adventure to the North Pole on the Polar Express, while learning about friendship, bravery, and the spirit of Christmas. A film that is close to my heart and the visual is absolutely amazing, the scenery look outstanding and this is suitable for all ages and a family viewing type of film, the characters are great and this is eye catching.
2 thoughts on “Article: Top 5 Robert Zemeckis Films”
I’m surprised that you didn’t include the Back to the Future series and Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
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I never seen Who Frame Roger Rabbit and I see all of Back to The Future films, but I never really like them