In this incredible movie, Angelina Jolie is the most beautiful woman in the world, a multi-millionaire with a million-dollar empire. Once she allows a multimillionaire’s challenge to marry him without living with a traditional wedding, she plans to have the most beautiful wedding ever. But when her husband will not let her marry him alone, this lady gets irritated and unpredictable, but with the assistance of her new friend Debra (Annette Benning), she decides to have the wedding ceremony she generally dreamed of. Although she has been independent, this chance to become part of something larger will change her life permanently. Angelina Jolie’s character is a memorable and strong central character, while Debra’s persona, played by Julia Roberts, gives the film its very best strength.

The Most Beautiful Woman is a film that is filled with memorable scenes, some funny others, nonetheless all interwoven with accurate emotions and real real human drama. Although some of the factors may have been removed from other movies (most notably the prolonged cooking sequences), this is still a very engaging film (and even the brief comical sequences between Jolie and co-star Craig Pelladonna were well done). I just especially liked the slow-mo sequences where the couple’s car accident was shot in slow-mo, demonstrating the obviously spontaneous act of putting out the fire. Of course , adorable that accidents can sometimes be just that: natural. But these sequences give the false impression of impulse, which is other ways The Most Beautiful Girl succeeds at the film: celebrate the feeling which a movie’s moments may happen even without us being there.

The most amazing wife is usually one that decides to be delightful, instead of becoming a victim of her beauty. The girl with strong and smart focused enough to do what’s best for little, rather than just simply blindly doing what the needs of others can be. It doesn’t matter if the film intends to provide a romantic perspective of marriage life or maybe a more contemporary take on the storyplot of the crime-filled life of your Sicilian friends and family, the film is a great achievement and the one that I recommend. Movie buffs, who want to your life represented in this fabulous film, should definitely go see The Most Beautiful Woman.

The most amazing Woman (Movie Review)

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