Thelma & Louise Reviews
Thelma And Louise
3 And A Half Out Of 5
Thelma And Louise is a character driven feature about an adventure gone wrong that eventually is undeniably right. The chemistry among the lead characters might be and is the heart of the feature but its the rest of the part that gives it an appropriate kick to punch it on the correct lane. It may be short on technical aspects like background score and art design, but has an amazing cinematography and perfect editing on its favor.
As mentioned, the camera work is beautiful with amazing visuals and places where it is shot, that makes it immensely pleasing to encounter and demands attention through it. The script by Callie Khouri is smart, adaptive, gripping and thought-provoking where it may not allow the audience to work for it as the most of the past is served beforehand, but still keeps them tangled and engaged in it.
Ridley Scott; the director, delivers his expected magic on screen and he is on his A game in here, withholding the viewers frame-to-frame. The performance objective is scored majestically by the lead actors Geena Davis and Susan Sarandon in their parallel role and is supported decently by Harvey Keitel and Brad Pitt.
Thelma And Louise breeds an essential and irrevocable fatal decision that actually is way ahead of its time and equally accurate too.