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Just over twenty years ago, Macaulay Culkin attempted to break away from any semblance of his kid actor days with the thriller The Nice Son directed by Joseph Ruben. In that movie it is revealed that "Henry," played by Culkin, killed his tiny brother Richard. For just a second in the film, we receive a glimpse of Richard, pictured in a frame by Macaulay's then tiny brother Rory, the youngest of the seven Culkin children. Who knew that parents Kit and Patricia had saved the greatest and most talented for last? In writer/director Lou Howe's darkly constructed thriller Gabriel, the young Rory Culkin not only manages to build a multi-layered and fascinating character, but allows himself to be among one of the most promising and gifted lead actors seen this year.Magnetically charged and full of suspense for nearly each moment, Gabriel is about a troubled young boy (named Gabriel), who is convinced that reuniting with his first love will bring the stability and love he so deeply craves. When his attempts search missteps at nearly each turn, beginning with objections from his family, Gabriel starts to unravel.Director Lou Howe makes his detail movie debut with this twisted and terrifying look into the mind of an unstable young man. Howe lets the moments linger for what feels like a cinematic eternity, that brings the tension to the breaking point. You'll live at the edge of your seat. Assisted with the dedicated and surprising performance by Rory Culkin, the two embark down a path that will leave you breathless. The 60′s had Anthony Perkins in Psycho, the 70′s had Robert DeNiro in Taxi Driver, and actually in 2010′s, we have Rory Culkin. A darkly charged performance that is both fascinating and secure, his "Gabriel" has potential to be looked back upon for years to come.He isn't the only user that makes his mark. Testing Meredith, Deidre O'Connell, probably greatest known for testing Tom Wilkinson's cheated-on wife in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, takes the suffering and supportive mother role to fresh heights. O'Connell envelops the essence of loving with fear. Desperately wanting to hold her son with her on the outside but aware of what a gratis Gabriel should elicit on the globe is just the hint of her internal struggle. O'Connell joins the ranks of nice hero actresses such as Jacki Weaver and Ann Dowd working today. An actress who could be given more occasions to flourish in Hollywood. It's the greatest helping turn this year yet.Playing Matthew, Gabriel's brother, David Call rises to the opportunity in nearly each stage he's in. Showing restraint but frustration as he tackles on the daunting task of caring for his erratic sibling. Relegated to one stage each, Emily Meade, Alexia Rasmusen, and Louisa Krause are not forgotten as bright sparkles in this foggy storyline that's full of mystery and uncertainty. Lynn Cohen also has a very tender and strong stage that gives the audience some nice insight into Gabriel's mind. I found her just as compelling.Gabriel is a mesmerizing motion picture. Definitely not for everyone, the movie could be able to search a nitch with a key audience that will worship Rory Culkin. Gabriel's actions are quite unpredictable and should create some too uncomfortable. While I'm perfectly pleased with the ending resolution, as the movie continuously builds to this "one moment" from Gabriel, that some may feel differently. If anything, this sets up a long line for Howe's next detail film, whatever that may be. In the end, Gabriel is one of the most frightening and haunting hero studies since Tag Romanek's One Hour Photo. It shows the unpredictable and fragile nature of mental disease that we haven't seen before. Intriguing and hooked from moment one, Gabriel is a must-see film.
It's a very very quiet movie with an captivating performance by CulkinIt was a very down to world look at a child who just got out of a metal institution attempting to prove to everyone that he's not insane, when they all feel otherwise.The filmmakers added to this haunting quest by never totally accounting the actions of Gabriel before he got out. It's a nice method to have the audience hold him as the protagonist, so that we a cheering for him all the way.The subtlety of the entire thing from the very beginning to the very end really does the trick and now brings out Culkin's chilling performance.Thumbs up
I mean, first of all, the movie has a really misleading poster. It just seems so much like a category film, and what was fortunately surprising is that it's now a very real, very honest portrayal of a movie subject we've seen countless of times before. Although we have, it's rare to see it handled like this. The movie keeps this harsh tone of menace without now being a "thriller". It's impressive actually, and it's really impressive how well written the screenplay is. Rory Culkin is simply superb. The only another thing I've ever seen him in (well, since his child turn in Signs) is Shout 4 and he was definitely a standout there. He has raw talent that the movie was able to give him the occasion to showcase. Easy one of the greatest performances of the year so far. Other standout in the movie was Dierdre O'Connell. I'm not sure that the last 10 mins worked as well as they could have, but the movie made its mission and it never became anything that betrayed everything that came before it. I'm really glad I got the occasion to see his film, highly recommended.
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