The Good Doctor  Thriller I always thought of Orlando Bloom as a pretty boy with that lovable British accent, but this is the first time he showed his full acting skillset. Yup, Legolas decided that enough is enough and started acting in “real” movies. Three trilogies and a tone of fantasy movies threatened to eat his career and Private Blackburn was too small to stop that. But, lets get back to the movie. It’s really intense and creepy with that anything can happen atmosphere. They simply took the characters and their motives and followed the story wherever it led them. Realism is the keyword here, because you don’t have to make up some elaborate plots to make your movie good, just follow the characters. If they’re interesting the movie will write itself, same as life. The Good Doctor flows like a river, like a strange murky, and yet clear river. Dr. Martin Blake or Frank Grimes – Grimey (if you remember him from Simpsons) is a young doctor dedicated to his profession entirely. He is very ambitious and proud of the things he has accomplished. There is a desire in him, a desire to be The Good Doctor. He has no friends, family or anything else that might distract him from this mission. That type of dedication is both admirable and scary. I would go with scary myself. He just started his internship and caught a relatively simple case. But that’s the thing with simple cases, it’s not the case that has to be simple to be solved… Michael Peña, Rob Morrow and J.K. Simmons were phenomenal as supporting cast, and the leads were perfect. I really believe that this is the doctors life, and that they realistically portrayed all the aspects, especially hospital life. The story is simple and yet so complicated and beautiful. Especially for later analysis that just strengthens the 10 that this movie got from me. I hope you will find it as interesting as I did. One last thing, at the end of the movie I want you to ask yourself, how many good doctors are there in the world… And do all of them have the creepy haircut our doctor has? Director: Lance Daly Writer: John Enbom Cast: Orlando Bloom, Riley Keough, Rob Morrow, Michael Peña, Wade Williams, J.K. Simmons Fun Facts: Was originally rated R by the MPAA for “some crude sexual references” but was re-rated PG-13 for “thematic material, disturbing situations and some crude sexual content” after an appeal. Rating: IMDb Link: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1582271/ Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.