The musings about the depths to which rich folks will sink to retain their feeling of status could also be sound, but they’re all presented with minimal impression. Director David M. Rosenthal takes The Road much less traveled by, and unfortunately, it makes all of the difference. Will (Theo James) and Tom (Forest Whitaker) blaze a path from Chicago to Seattle after a whopper of an earthquake threatens their mutually beloved Sam (Kat Graham), Will’s fiancée and Tom’s daughter.
Though that could have very nicely occurred, because the movie’s not afraid to be as literal as attainable; after the final scene, the production staff reveals up onscreen to fully spell out how severe the unfold of AIDS has become in the subcontinent, but by that time, everyone knows. For these right-considering souls nicely conscious that Western colonialism in Africa is and was wrong, but who nonetheless get the nice and … Read MoreRead More