The pen is stronger than the sword. This sentence is the heartfelt belief of the characters of these 9 films. All writers are ambitious, from the introverted Charlie who begins writing in The Benefits of Being Alone on his typewriter to the fledgling rock music critic William and his adventure with a group in Almost Famous. Films often focus on artists, musicians and writers, because these creative men and women inspire many audiences. Nevertheless, among the thousands of creative heroes, there are nine top films whose authors are the main characters.
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9. The Perks Of Being A Wallflower )
- Director: Stephen Chebowski
- Actors: Logan Lerman , Emma Watson, Ezra Miller
- Release Date: 2012
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 85 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.9 out of 10
This controversial movie based on Stephen Chebowski's popular teen novel is a masterpiece about adolescence and tells the story of a depressed teen. Logan Lerman plays Charlie, who has little understanding with his family. He meets Sam (Emma Watson) and Patrick (Ezra Miller). They support Charlie and boost his confidence. Next, their group chronicles the typical teenage adventures of Pittsburgh in the 1990s, which Charlie describes in letters to an unknown friend.
Charlie's goal is to become a writer. He worships writers like Salinger, and his English teacher (Paul Rad) lends him classic American novels to inspire Charlie to write. This film is very good and faithful to the original novel. The depth of Charlie's feelings is expressed through a narrator in his own voice. Audiences have no doubt that he will be a great writer, and his experiences throughout the film are the perfect setting for writing a detailed story.
8. Ruby Sparks ( Ruby Sparks )
- Directors: Valerie Fallis, Jonathan Dayton
- Actors: Paul Dano, Zoe Kazan, Anna Benning
- Release Date: 2012
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 79 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 7.2 out of 10
Paul Dano in one of his spectacular performances , Plays Calvin, a young novelist struggling with Book II syndrome, but more than anything else, he is looking for someone he loves and can share his life with. When Dano starts writing about his imaginary mistress in his typewriter, that person, Ruby Sparks, appears in Calvin's life.
The film stars Zoe Kazan as Ruby and Elliott Gould as therapist. , Has a humorous style and is somewhat mystical and absurd. This work (apart from Calvin's ability to make his mistress appear out of nowhere) is not like other works in this field and does not deal much with other aspects of a writer's life. Dano is frustrated and depressed, and his real companion is his dog Scotty until Robbie enters his life.
7. How To Build A Girl ( How To Build A Girl )
- Director: Cookie Guidrock
- Cast: Nose Feldstein, Alfie Allen, Paddy Candidate
- Release Date: 2019
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 79 out of 100
- IMDb rating to movie: 5.9 out of 10
This movie is one of He has the most angry and ambitious main characters of recent years. In this film, Bini Feldstein plays the role of an ambitious writer who has a great interest in women poets and writers of the early twentieth century. However, when the idea of writing about rock music came to his mind, he became one of London's most stinging rock critics, destroying any band he listened to, even the bands he liked, with his critiques. His family and friends are unhappy with the situation.
Apart from its humorous and daring context, the film addresses issues such as sexuality in the workplace. Male writers disrespect him and do not know him in his size. Men hire him, but only because one of them wanted to abuse him. However, these events are ultimately resolved with justice. The film paints a good picture of the British working class and workers in the 1990s.
6. Almost Famous )
- Director: Cameron Crowe
- Actors: Kate Hudson, Billy Cradup, Patrick Fujit
- Release Date: 2000
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 89 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the film: 7.9 out of 10
Fifteen-year-old William Miller in an almost biographical film called "Almost famous," he is set to write his first article for Rolling Stone magazine. As a result, he goes on tour with the rock band Stillwater, where he gains a lot of experience in a few rough weeks. This is one of the best films of its director, Cameron Crowe, which is based on the real experiences of William. He actually joined the German Brotherhood on a tour as a novice rock journalist. One of the highlights of the film was William's relationship with his coach and writing consultant, Lester Bangs (Philip Seymour Hoffman) who inspires William and tells him to pretend to be an adult and helps William write his first article. The world of rock journalism is portrayed in this film as an exciting and at the same time boring atmosphere. Rolling Stone editors believe that William's article is not based on facts. Nevertheless, the film is a spectacular spectacle, starring Oscar-winning actor Francis McDormand and his compelling music.
5. Stuck In Love )
- Director: Josh Boone
- Actors: Lily Collins, Logan Lerman , Net Wolf
- Release Date: 2012
- Raton Tomitose Score: 58 out of 100
- IMDb rating for movie: 7.2 out of 10
Greg Keener usually does not play lovable roles. Trapped in love, in which he plays the role of the unfortunate and newly divorced father of a family of writers, is no exception to this rule. Fortunately, her two children, starring Lily Collins and Net Wolf, are the focal point of the story. Sam is his eldest child, whose draft has just been accepted by the publisher, and he is indeed a talented poet who seeks to reach the girl he loves.Talent has by no means been a good role model in a romantic relationship, and that has left Sam frustrated. The film, in general, is about Bill, Sam and Truth, who seek to solve their problems and achieve their goals in love. The film is a comedy-drama in which Kristen Bell plays Bill's friend and Logan Lerman is an emotional man who falls in love with Sam and tries to get him out of his bad mood.
4. Servants ( The Help )
- Director: Tate Taylor
- Actors: Viola Davis, Emma Stone, Bryce Dallas Howard
- Release Date: 2011
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 76 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 8 out of 10
Servants has a cast of stars and several main characters, from Aibilin, an African-American maid who works for a white family in Mississippi in the 1960s. He and the other servants are subjected to racist insults by the ruthless Haley Hallibrook (Bryce Dallas Howard) and have a bad day, but Skater changes the situation as he enters. But Stone plays one of the few non-racist whites and ambitious journalists to begin writing a series of servant stories and documenting the city's racist attitudes. One of the scenes shows a maid being violently arrested, and some of the racist words used by white women are very offensive. However, this movie is full of happy and heartwarming moments. The scene of Minnie making chocolate pie is unforgettable, and it 's also amazing when Skeeter's mother orders Haley to get off the ground, and the success of Skeeter's book, published by Harper's in New York, makes all these hardships worthwhile. Have more.
3. Repeat ( Reprise )
- Director: Joachim Terrier
- Actors: Andres Danielson, Span Clumman, Victoria Wing
- Release Date: 2006
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 88 out of 100
- Score </<strong> IMDb to the film: 7.3 out of 10
Competitive and impenetrable jobs and professions, such as writing, create a gap between Become friends or family. This is the plot of the Norwegian film by Joachim Trier, which attracted the attention of critics. Two close friends, Philip and Eric, both deliver their drafts to publishers at the same time. One is accepted and the other is not, and the rest of the film shows their different paths, relationships, fame, and other differences, which even lead them to bitter quarrels with each other and to see a psychiatrist.
Film Sometimes it is funny and sometimes it is sad and very emotional. The most important achievement of the film is showing how the relationship between these friends deteriorated, and in the last scene, we see Philip walking madly along the beach, reminiscing about his happy days with Eric, and wishing he could be with her again. strong>
2. Adult World ( Adult World )
- Director: Scott Kofi
- Actors: Emma Roberts, Ivan Peters, John Kiosak
- Release Date: 2013
- Raton Tomitosis Score: 56 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 6.1 out of 10
Adult world, despite its star cast, is not very well known and so It has not been well received by critics. John Kiyosak, but Roberts and Evan Peters star in this independent film about an ambitious poet who works in a sex shop to make ends meet.
This character is perhaps the most memorable. Emma Roberts is not the role, but she is still a very attractive and good play, especially in scenes where she asks her role model with Kiyosak questions about the world of poetry. The film addresses the plight of young writers, and Roberts's character receives numerous letters from various publications indicating his incompetence, and he thinks he may not have enough experience to write a major work. Therefore, this film is a motivating work for anyone who tries to follow his path in a creative profession.
1. in the basement ( The Door In The Floor )
- Director: Todd Williams
- Actors: Jeff Bridges, Mimi Rogers, Kim Basinger
- Release Date: 2004
- Raton Tomitoz Score: 67 out of 100
- IMDb rating for the movie: 6.7 out of 10
Jeff Bridges in this adaptation of The Widow For a year, John Irving plays a child writer on the verge of separation from his wife. He hires Eddie (John Foster), an ambitious writer who wants to draw on Bridges's character experience, as an assistant and driver. The film's beach environment at the end of Long Island is not very striking, and its pale white space adds to the film's dark feel. It is about ambition. The relationship between Ted (Bridges) and Eddie is also interesting, because the young man gradually understands the true face of Ted, and at the same time, he has to decide what kind of writer he wants to be and he has to know that in dealing with others, What path should women take?