Starting from June 3, you can watch ‘Me Before You’ on big screens.
The movie starring Emilia Clarke and Sam Claflin is about a woman named Louisa Clark who is trying to show Will Traynor that life is worth living. Clark works as a caregiver for Will who got injured in an accident that makes him have to use wheelchair for the rest of his life and it makes him wants to end his life.
Compiled from Celebuzz, here is the movie review from the critics that you will probably need to read before watching it:
“The filmmakers seem to have missed an opportunity to deal in a sophisticated way with a thorny, important subject. Still, you’ll probably cry anyway. It’s that kind of film.” (Jocelyn Noveck, Associated Press)
“Clarke has loads of talent, but in Me Before You she’s undermined by director Sharrock’s technique, and an endless slew of overeager reaction shots.” (Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune)
“A recent screening of Me Before You concluded with audible sniffles and even a sob or two. Why not gales of laughter or quiet snores? These are the mysteries that trouble a critic’s uneasy mind.” (A.O. Scott, New York Times)
“Forget art, or even craft: This is the kind of movie that can’t even get its shameless audience-pandering in order.” (Alonso Duralde, The Wrap)
“A sob story that averts its eyes when things get uncomfortable about the tangle of sex and frustration. Still, you can’t blame audiences for being seduced by two shining young stars.”(Peter Travers, Rolling Stone)