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A Beautiful Mind(2001)

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  • A Beautiful Mind

    • Michael Whitty
    • 1/28/16

    "A Beautiful Mind" is a beautiful movie which won 4 Academy Awards including Best Picture. The story of John Nash who was at Princeton University as both a student and later a professor. As a mathematician he was a bit of a genius but later aquired schizophrenia, a disease of the brain, and couldn't tell the difference between truth and delusion and what is insanity and what is reality. But he later came out of his mental situation to win the Nobel Prize in 1994 for his theory in economics. Russell Crowe plays John Nash to the hilt in all his madness and intelligence and is supported well by Jennifer Connelly who won an Oscar as his understanding wife. A film that acts on the personal level and the concerned level this also won an Oscar for director Ron Howard and when "A Beautiful Mind" won at the Oscars the real John Nash was also there.

  • Passable

    • Kubby
    • 3/2/15

    But no Best Picture

  • My Favorite Ron Howard Film

    • Alex Krajci
    • 10/13/12

    This Is My Favorite Ron Howard Film, I Like Russell Crowe's Performance As John Nash And The Score By James Horner.

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