Movie Review: Seven Pounds
“God created the earth in seven days and I shattered mine in seven sec”. This quote from the very beginning of the movie seven pounds was the first and last referral to Christianity. The movie Seven Pounds hardly refers to any religion which really makes me think that it is the purpose to see the underline of the story. Even though Seven Pounds does not make it evident that the storyline is not referring directly to Christianity, it does not mean that it cannot be. From a Christian stand point your mistake and faults can be made up. Making up for what is lost is not impossible. The only thing that is lost and impossible to make up for is time. You can take a life and give life. Giving life is a gift from God, but taking a life is a sin. Ultimately God rules over all. Mentioned in the New York Times movie review Will Smith’s latest movies have gone from comedy to ultimate sacrifice his past to box office hits are both centered around one man on his own, and having to make a sacrifice for the lives of others. Either he uses this storyline for the money or he really trying to portrait the ultimate sacrifice of Jesus in a subliminal manner. The movie seven pounds is and should be considered Will Smith at his best. Will Smith has made a strong transition from his hit movies Men in Black and Wild Wild West to stunning performances in I am legend and the movie Seven Pounds. This transition of comedy storylines to a major, but good turn around to roles of heroism. I believe this started with the movie Pursuit to Happiness. He captured audience’s minds and souls on how he takes on this one man on mission roles and absolutely crushes them. Now what next to expect from Will Smith, but referring to the impression he has left in his fans mind an eye is Seven Pounds. In this story he acts as Tim Thomas. A man who get into terrible car wreck one night from making the mistake of texting...