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Rupert Grint tries it with the teen drama “Cherrybomb” …
with an impressive sensitivity for the youths’ awareness of life, Cherrybomb catches the audience as a clever bit of cinema between drama and thriller.
Alfonso Cuarón, the director of ‘Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Askaban’, had already stated three years ago that he considers Grint as the most promising actor among the Potter stars.” “We are familiar, of course, with Grint’s work in the Harry Potter movies as Harry’s funny and fiercely loyal best friend Ron Weasley.
So it is particularly interesting to watch his performance as a Belfast youth, caught between a stable, comfortable home life and his desire to prove himself a dangerous ‘bad boy’ to impress the alluring Michelle and keep pace with his truly wild best friend Luke.
But whoever advised him to take this part did a good day’s work: Grint is putting down a marker with this film as a convincing, thoughtful and highly effective actor.” BFI Sight & Sound “However, his performance (generally – not in bed.
With an insouciant smirk and latent intensity behind a calm exterior, Grint is convincing as Malachy, a hard-partying guy who is essentially a good kid with a rebellious streak, an “A” student and a poet armed with a can of spray paint. Whereas Grint’s Malachy was played with the quiet subtlety befitting the anchor in Luke’s life, Sheehan gives Luke a frenetic, nervous energy. But even in the quieter scenes, good use is made of close-ups of the highly expressive faces of the young stars, especially Grint and Sheehan, who are both exceptionally watchable and appealing in a real way, and not the perfect, pretty-boy Hollywood standard.” Dr. It’s stylishly shot and contains some excellent performances, although I’ll never be able to watch Rupert Grint (Ron Weasley) in the same light again…” Talking Movies “The pair of directors don’t waste their time trying to demonstrate a strikingly original style, they have faith in the pale face of Rupert Grint (who has finally freed himself from the Harry Potter label), and they content themselves with a few simple solutions, such as the text messages materializing onto the screen, as the sign of an increasingly shorter and more painful communication.” Sentierri Selvaggi “If you expect Rupert Grint to be somewhat slow and dumb just like he is in the Harry Potter films, you will be positively surprised.
Grint is capable of being more than a sorcerers apprentice sidekick.
It’ll be interesting to see what he does next in order to build upon this totally satisfactory but not amazing performance.” Film Juice “Grint, with slicked back hair and an attitude, gets to have sex and take drugs, which are the only highpoints in this Belfast-set drama. Rupert Grint is best thing in dull Belfast drama.” The Mirror “Daniel Radcliffe got naked on stage; Emma Watson chopped off her hair.
Every “Harry Potter“-star tried in his own way to get rid of the burden of being identified with one role for good, which he played half of his lifetime.