Hancock Character Analysis
The film is mostly about Hancock, an alcoholic man with superhero powers, including flight, invulnerability, and super-strength. In the start of the movie, he is messy but at the end he evolved to a real superhero
Hancock is an unhappy, alcoholic superhero who is living in his own world. He has saved a lot of lives in Los Angeles over the years, but while he is doing that, he always has bad luck an that costs the city a lot of money. The public has had enough of Hancock, and want him to either stop or move to another city. One day, Hancock saves Ray Embrey , Ray feels he owes Hancock his life, and he makes it his mission to change Hancock's public image for the better. Ray persuades Hancock to go to prison so that the public will realize how much they need him. He reluctantly agrees …show more content…
The story is original for a superhero-movie. Normal superheroes are famous and popular in the start, and Hancock is hated for the first hour of movie. Overal, the movie is a spectacular, strong and also funny experience.
Overal, the film is pretty good filmed with good special effects, I have not much other things saying about the film. The scene: Call me an asshole one more time is my favorite scene because the dialogue is very great between the kid and Hancock. Also when he threw the kid away the special effect is very great.
Conclusion: I like the film very hard because everything is great, the dialogues, the special effects, the story and even the casting is awesome. I would recommend the movie to everyone who likes superheroes and want to see a original film about