After a young married woman (Alice Eve) is robbed and misses her train out of New York, a street musician (Chris Evans) offers to help her and they spend the night exploring the city together. However, the woman is distracted by her desire to get home in time to destroy a letter she had left for her husband before she set off to the city. In addition to his starring role Chris Evans also marks this film as his directorial debut.
If only strangers in NYC were this kind & outgoing
My opinion of this movie is a little biased because I am a huge Chris Evans fan, but I thoroughly enjoy watching this and it's my go-to for when I want to watch something romantic. It's not an over-the-top or goofy romcom; it's just quiet and sweet and complex. I like the chemistry between the actors and the way the movie is filmed makes it intimate. Give it a try.
THIS FILM DIRECTED BY CHRIS EVANS IS THE STORY OF A MUSICIAN AND A YOUNG GIRL WHO MEET IN CENTRAL STATION AFTER SHE MISSES HER TRAIN..THE CHEMISTRY BETWEEN THE STARS IS RIGHT ON AND ALTHOUGH THE FILM MOVES VERY SLOWLY, IT IS EXTREMELY MOVING AND ENTERTAINING.
I saw a preview for this movie and thought it looked really good and then I found out that Chris Evans was the director of it. I decided to buy it because I am a fan of his movies and I was curious how he would be as a director. This movie was amazing. You would never even be able to tell that it was his first time directing. The story flows and you really fall in love with the characters. They face real problems and that is something I like about movies, when they could be happening to someone you know, or even yourself. I would watch this movie over and over.
Directorial Debut was good. Well Done.
However, the story was a little boring. I understand it was supposed to place in one night, but either they walk really fast or everything is really close? I don't remember them getting into any taxis.
As an audience I want it to end with a happy ending.
That was depressing.
These are my favorite kind of films, so this review may be bias. I really enjoy storyline films with a very finite period of time taking place within the film. For being Captain America's directorial debut it was quite a pleasant film!