In the November issue of Esquire Tom Chiarella wrote a review about the movie The Road.
The Road is based off the novel written by Cormac McCarthy. The story covers the journey of a father and son as they make the trek to safety in a desolated/post apocalyptic world.
In this review Chiarella provides the reader with many aspects of the film that he feels makes it rank as one the tops movies of the year.
One of the main issues I have with this review is the aspect of story plot reveals. In the review Chiarella gives too much away as the story for The Road.
There should be some restraint to Chiarella writing. Throughout the review I felt as if I was reading a review written by someone who is very opinionated about the movie.
Chiarella gives a closing that will satisfy most readers because it plays off fears of what man could turn out to be if there wasn't any type of control or restraint.