Movie review: Charlie St. Cloud

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Charlie St. Cloud

This was a sweet movie, it’s not going to win any awards and it probably won’t be a blockbuster but it is good clean entertainment. Yes, it has its sad moments and there are more than a few holes in the story but the acting is spot-on plus the scenery is beautiful. Parents, no need to worry about dropping the youngsters off to see the film. There are no scenes that could possibly corrupt the kiddies.

What did you think about Charlie St. Cloud? Share your thoughts about the movie in the comments below.

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One Reply to “Movie review: Charlie St. Cloud”

  1. Charlie St. Cloud is the what the fans of Zac Efron have been waiting for. It is directed by Burr Steers, the director of 17 Again and they have caught a good chemistry in this one as well. The main character Charlie St. Cloud is portrayed by Zac Efron and he is the older brother of Sam St. Cloud. One day, Sam feels alone and Charlie as the older brother who needs to placate him promises to play catch with him everyday until he goes off to college and leaves the house.

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