Monumental (2016) is a English movie. Scott B. Hansen has directed this movie. Gary Cairns,Luke Albright,AnnaMaria Demara,Agnes Albright are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Monumental (2016) is considered one of the best Action,Drama movie in India and around the world.
Two young men journey across the U.S.A to honor one's mother by spreading her ashes at monuments she always dreamed of visiting. Along the way they encounter interesting characters and dangerous situations that force them to question their own character and their life-long friendship. Marital strife, jail time, car chases, old secrets and a demolition derby all threaten to derail their trip and their lives.
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I really enjoyed this sensitive journey of two men trying to live life in the consciousness of others. Cairns gave a stirring performance as a father/son who goes over and beyond for the family. Over anxious, over wrought by the day to day living. He finds release on the road trip. Eventually to come home to himself. His heart. Albright's performance as one who is figuring it all out. Out of all the confusion. He brings things into focus and on the right path. At journey's end he finds himself reconciled with his hear. The cast is genuine and the plot is realistic of times we live in today. Nice work everyone. I find it entertaining. Yet, touching in teaching us life's main cord. Love. Yes, love knows no bounds in this movie.
This movie is one that takes you through genuine emotions. The questions raised by circumstances and actions. 2 friends trying to find themselves while honoring one's mother. The acting in this movie brings true emotion to life! Seeing these friends go through realistic tribulations; questioning themselves and decisions they and others have made and how it affects their lives is a true picture of life. Definitely a must see!
"Monumental" brings us the story of two brotherly friends, who just recently lost their mother and are now preparing a road trip to the monuments she used to talk about, each coping with his own personal problems and challenges. On the way they learn a lot about themselves, the other, and what's important in life. I especially enjoyed the moments when the movie was brave enough to be a bit alternative. It's a beautiful idea to travel the monuments and some scenes are clearly carrying a lot of love, beyond what most mainstream movies provide as usual motives. Unfortunately, sometimes the producers couldn't resist to add some Hollywood-like elements, like an unpredictable win at a crash race or a last minute finish to the son's birthday party. Most often they don't really disturbed me, but they stand in the movie's way to be even more. Nonetheless this is a beautiful movie, that more people should give a try and experience. It might have its small issues and it isn't perfect but it is a very honest and careful portrait, that'll leave you richer than it finds you.