Tuesday, September 15, 2009

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button: a Hollywood Movie Apt for Bedtime Watching

Have you ever seen someone living a reverse life? It does certainly not happen in the mentally sane world, but only in fabricated stories. I strongly recommend you see The Curious Case of Benjamin Button to get an idea of how Hollywood can make such a mythical story real to life.

The main character Benjamin of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button is a freaky baby when he was born on the day when the WWI was over. Because of his terrible look, Benjamin was immediately abandoned by his father. An elder’s nursery kindly took him and he was fortunate to have a home there. But he looked so old that people all predicted he would die soon. On the contrary, Benjamin was incredibly getting younger as he grew up, while people around him were getting older, weaker and at last gone. Benjamin started the romance with his dear childhood playmate Daisy and life seemed to liven up. As merciless as from the beginning, fate once again broke the happy bubbles. Benjamin met his best period in his 40s but his body never stopped to get younger. He started to get confusion as his intelligence fell within the level of teenagers and finally dies as a baby.

So this is an amazing story of a man who is living from old to young. If you ever have dreamt of such experiences, maybe you would get a good experience from this movie as a bystander. For a story that is so attractive and the plots so delicately composed, why don’t you just put it to your iPod and watch it on bedtime? The silent night makes a perfect watching ambience for this movie.

I have already used Leawo Video Converter to do the trick. It helps me to output the proper video format required by my iPod. It plays excellent on my iPod and I still keep the movie for a third review. If you have the DVD of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Leawo DVD Ripper may come in handy for the job.

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