This is a review of the movie Finch starring Tom Hanks registered on Apple TV Plus on January 5th.
To briefly review the movie Finch first, it’s a movie that shouldn’t be missed that touches Tom Hanks‘ acting, who never disappoints.
These days, I watched too many movies and dramas with Netflix’s cruel cuts, so I watched them warmly after a long time.
The movie Finch begins in the future, a considerable amount of time after an environmental disaster on Earth.
The ozone layer has been destroyed, making it difficult for life on Earth to live in ultraviolet rays.
It’s a road movie in which Finch (Tom Hanks) leaves for a new area with his family members, Goodyear, Jeff and Dewey.
The dog’s name is Seamus, as Godyear was a good performance with Tom Hanks.
Finch is the only creature in the play that I cherish the most.
I think Godyear used CG, but Seamus’ acting played a big role in adding to the warmth of the movie Finch.
This is Jeff, an Android robot created by Finch to give him a big mission.
It’s the same as a child, but it’s a character that’s at the center of the Trust, the main story of the movie.
The role of Jeff was played by Caleb Landry Jones and appears to have participated in the motion, including the voice.
It plays a role in steadily giving small fun to the movie Finch, which can be quite boring.
Movie Finch Review
The movie Finch is a road movie in which an old man, a dog, and a robot leave together for a new place.
There are also gods threatened by other survivors in the middle, but no other actors can be found.
Tom Hanks is the only actor we can see, but this movie is talking about people and humanities with Jeff.
I recommend watching the movie Finch without missing it.