Good Will Hunting (1997)

Good Will Hunting (1997)
  • Time: 126 min
  • Genre: Drama
  • Director: Gus Van Sant
  • Cast: Matt Damon, Robin Williams, Ben Affleck


Will Hunting is a boy genius who was severely abused as a child and has been in trouble with the law ever since. When Will finally agrees to get counseling to keep himself out of jail and with his girlfriend, he meets Sean, the therapist who will change his life. Good Will Hunting tells the poignant story of Will and Sean’s coming to terms with the blows life has dealt them and with the questions that lie in the future.

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  • “Good Will Hunting” is a brilliant movie! The script was perfect and the performances were uniformly top-notch: Robin Williams was so believable as the educated psychiatrist who still hadn’t left behind his Southie roots. Matt Damon playing the bad-boy-genius with the fragile mix of lightheartedness and hidden sadness is worth watching and his role is quite beautifully supported by his buddies. This story is kinda mystery, the more it unfolds, the more it leaves for you to see and imagine. With some of the best lines and well-crafted dialogue, this film soars above most of the movie fare. With a running time of 2:05, this film never drags and leaves you wanting more. In short, awesome movie, great acting, superb screenplay, and overall inspiring.

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