"Charlie St. Cloud," from director Burr Steers, is the latest to portray everlasting love on the screen and the film doesn't just fail, it actually gets sillier by the minute.
Every now and then a brave filmmaker can't resist the temptation of making a metaphysical film that somehow will manage to portray everlasting love on the screen, that will somehow show a romantic idealism so great that it transcends even the boundaries between the living and dead. This is a temptation filmmakers need seriously to resist.
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