The movie is “The Upside.” And as you’d probably expect—or at least as I expected—it’s a hollow replica of its source material. Advertisement. ... Cranston’s sly wit—have been tamped down until they’re flattened, then mushed into a bland paste.
Inspired by a true story, The Upside is a heartfelt comedy about a recently paroled ex-convict (Kevin Hart) who strikes up an unusual and unlikely friendship with a paralyzed billionaire (Bryan ...
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Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston star in The Upside, a remake of the hit French drama The Intouchables. Based on a true story, the film follows the relationship between Cranston, a quadriplegic ...
Critics Consensus: In spite of its wonderfully unusual premise and talented cast, Upside Down fails to offer much in the way of compelling drama to anchor its admittedly dazzling visuals.
The story behind the movie is interesting, it was a pleasure watching. The special effects and imagery as a whole are astonishing, although at certain times "unfinished", "half-rendered". The actors fit well in the story, and it's needless to say they performed good.
"Upside Down" takes that conceit and flips it on its head by offering a vision of twin planets that are literally within shouting distance of each other — their respective highest mountain peaks almost touch — and which have gravities that pull in opposite directions.
"Aquaman" has finally been taken down from the number one spot at the domestic box office after being perched there for three straight weeks, and the movie that did it was the unlikely movie to ...
STX Entertainment The Upside tells a feel-good story with no real surprises. But that's okay. The movie's pleasures lie in its details and its top-drawer performances.
“The Upside,” starring Hart and Bryan Cranston, exceeded box-office expectations in the same week that Hart definitively ruled out hosting the Oscars.