Review: A Love Song for Bobby Long

As a true follower of all Scarlett Johansson’s work, this collaboration with John Travolta couldn’t be missed. Her acting skill leaves me with no regrets, but the movie itself isn’t the must-see that I hoped for.
Scarlett plays a young girl who crosses path with John Travolta’s character after her estranged mother’s death. The movie builds on a brooding secret, and inbetween are literary quotes bloated with methaphores your head will exploded. And all that in a slow pace. The feeling is there, but it’s all covered and foggy, so you can’t figure it out. In the end, all the heart and soul passes you by unnoticed. So, all it gets from me is a scratch on the head and a nod of acknowledgement.6½.

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