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Finch Review: Tom Hanks Is A One-Man Wonder In Heartrending Dystopian Sci-Fi


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Perfectly balancing tense drama with charming humor, Finch highlights the best and worst of humanity, and a robot-dog friendship worth remembering.

Finch Review: Tom Hanks Is A One-Man Wonder In Heartrending Dystopian Sci-Fi

Post-apocalyptic dramas often make for great and arresting cinema, delving into the concepts of human perseverance, along with the beauty and terror of existence in a world bereft of hope. These notions have been explored with great depth in survival science fiction offerings such as Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later, and John Krasinski’s fairly recent installment, A Quiet Place Part II. Tom Hanks is no stranger to helming one-man survival dramas, as he brilliantly embodied the role of Chuck Noland in Robert Zemeckis’ Cast Away, wowing audiences with his profound, showcased performance. Hanks recreates this magic in Miguel Sapochnik’s Finch, set in a post-apocalyptic world wherein survival is an everyday challenge, raising seminal questions about what it truly means to be human. Perfectly balancing tense drama with charming humor, Finch highlights the best and worst of humanity, and a robot-dog friendship worth remembering.

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