The Walk 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

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The Walk 2015 Full Movie Watch Online

Directed by : Robert Zemeckis
Produced by : Tom Rothman Steve Starkey Robert Zemeckis Jack Rapke
Screenplay by : Robert Zemeckis Christopher Browne
Based on : To Reach the Clouds by Philippe Petit
Starring : Joseph Gordon-Levitt Ben Kingsley Charlotte Le Bon James Badge Dale
Narrated by : Monu Singh
Music by : Alan Silvestri Cinematography Dariusz Wolski
Edited by : Jeremiah O’Driscoll
Production company : TriStar Productions Distributed by TriStar Pictures
Release dates : October 21, 2015 (New York Film Festival) September 30, 2015 (United States)
Running time : 123 minutes
Country : United States
Language : English French
Budget : $35 million
Box office : $34 million

The Walk :

James Marsh’s great documentary Man on Wire, about the French acrobat Philippe Petit and his magnificent 1974 wire walk between the towers of New York’s World Trade Center was a healing act: a celebration of Petit’s act of love to cancel the act of hate on 9/11. Petit missed a single trick: he omitted to get cine film of the event, and now Robert Zemeckis has tried to rectify this with a heartfelt and extremely entertaining Imax-3D fiction feature based on the event.
It reproduces pretty faithfully what Marsh got on the record, though tactfully removing the fact that Petit was afterwards unfaithful to his French girlfriend Annie by having a fling with an American fan. This is a family movie, after all. Joseph Gordon-Levitt does an intelligent, conscientious job playing Petit: alert, focused, with decent French, though maybe he doesn’t capture the childlike, unworldly quality that emerged in Marsh’s film. Ben Kingsley is Petit’s irascible old circus mentor Papa Rudy; Charlotte Le Bon is Annie and that notable acting chameleon James Badge Dale plays a French-speaking New Yorker who helps Petit and his crew infiltrate the building. The great wire-walk scenes themselves are really tense, vertiginous and very enjoyable. You know he survives in the end – like General de Gaulle at the end of The Day of the Jackal – but it doesn’t stop it being exciting. Zemeckis has specialised in plane-crash drama in movies such as Cast Away (2000) and Flight (2012). His brand of high anxiety has a different outcome now.

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