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MOVIE REVIEW RAIN MAN In their first film together Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman made an unlikely pair work as brothers in the movie Rain Man Charlie Babbitt Tom Cruise owns a car business The first scene shows that Charlie is vary talkative He can speaks with such eloquence He has a beautiful girlfriend called Susanna Valeria Golina The conflict all started when he heard about his fathers death who he hadnt spoken for many years His father had left him a car and a few rose bushes The rest of the three million dollars went to his unknown autistic brother Raymond Dustin Hoffman At the beginning Charles was in madness to get his share of money But as he spent time with Raymond he made a connection with him He discovered that Raymond was not just a original mental patient He was actually very intelligent He could count 446 toothpick in a second but he just couldnt function normally In reality situation like Raymond may not happen very often but with the terrific acting of Dustin the plot becomed very realistic How he tiled his head and repeated himself all the time made his role believable This could not be done without a good script Ronald Bass did a very great job on writing the movie Between showing the development of Charlie from anger to love he added a little comedy which made Rain Man even more interesting One thing I have to mention about this movie are the scenario The picks of locations and setting are excellent For example at the scene where Charlie and Raymond were driving to LA it showed three shots from morning to night The contrast between them made me feel involved The sunset made me feel like its the end of the day Then they drove into LA where lights and people are everywhere This made me
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