Based on the critically acclaimed novel by Alice Sebold, The Lovely Bones, directed by Peter Jackson (Lord Of The Rings, King Kong) and produced by Steven Spielberg, stars Susan Sarandon, Mark Wahlberg, Rachel Weisz, Stanley Tucci and Saoirse Ronan.
The Lovely Bones tells the story of Susan Salmon (Saoirse Ronan), a 14 year-old-girl who is brutally murdered by her neighbour. Susie tells the story from Heaven, showing the lives of her family and friends and how they have changed all while attempting to get someone to find her missing body.
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I know people are banging on about how it isn't faithful to the book, (who cares?) what is important is whether it's a great film in its own right, and it definitely is. So enjoy!
OMG! When I read the book I thought it was amasing and when I heard they made a film based on the book I was thinking 'how would the inbetween world be pictured in the the film'. But it worked really well in the film. The only one thing that I feel that maybe they could of incorporated into the film that was a major part of the book was the sister's story. Overall I loved the book and film, would advice to watch film and read book! x x x
What an amazing film ! Id like to start by warning anybody who doesnt like films that mess with your head, scare you, or leave you chilled to the bone not to watch this. The 12A cert is very misleading and in my opinion wrong. Now back to the movie .... This film has everything, drama, suspence, incredable special effects & sublime acting. The story line itself is disturbing to any parent or adult any then given the hollywood treatment, it will leave you with many a thought provoking moment, both during and after the film. I read a few other reviews before i decided to leave my own and several compare the film with the book, well i havent read the book YET but im deffinately going to buy it now as its supposed to be even better, but as a film in its own right it is excellent. If you didnt see it at the cinema its well worth pre-oredring and watching on dvd. Ive done both and cant wait to see it again.