CHERRY Ending Explained | Full Movie Breakdown, Book Differences And Spoiler Talk Review | Apple TV+

CHERRY Ending Explained | Full Movie Breakdown, Book Differences And Spoiler Talk Review | Apple TV+

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CHERRY Ending Explained | Full Movie Breakdown, Book Differences And Spoiler Talk Review | Apple TV+. We review, recap and explain what we took from the ending of Cherry starring Tom Holland which is directed by the Russo Brothers.

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0:00 Cherry Intro
0:35 Cherry Plot Summary
3:43 Cherry Ending Explained
6:17 Who shot Coke?
7:20 Cherry Movie Review

Welcome to the Cherry Spoilers show I’m your host Paul aka your friendly neighbourhood spoiler-man and this video we’re breaking down the ending of Cherry.

Directed by the Russo Brothers, the Tom Holland movie has a lot to unpack from it and throughout this video we’re gonna be going over it’s story, ending and our thoughts on it.

Full spoilers ahead so if you haven’t had a chance to check out the film then I recommend that you check out now. Make my day have a cherry on top by smashing the thumbs up button and make sure you subscribe for videos like this every week.

With that out the way, thank you for clicking this, now let’s get into Cherry.

Ok so Cherry is somewhat of a twisted love story that centres around addiction and breaking a toxic cycle. The film is actually based on the autobiographical story of the same name by Nico Walker and this documented many of his highs and lows.

Because of the narration and life story element that follows the film I sort of view it as a cross between Forrest Gump and Requiem For A Dream. It’s getting a lot of mixed reviews and one of the biggest criticisms I’ve seen lobbied against it is that Tom Holland is completely miscast as a bank robber.

Personally I kinda think that’s the point to it and you aren’t really supposed to see this guy as a believable threat. Instead I took the movie as portraying how even a good kid can end up doing bad things if he’s placed on certain paths with the wrong sorts of people.

Walker stated that the title Cherry refers to the phrase “pop the cherry” and though this is normally used in a way that refers to losing you losing your virginity, the author said it’s meant more to reference a transition in life. Nico goes through several of these transitions and whether it’s him being a student, joining the army or becoming a criminal, at several points in the film a red title screen is used to show how he’s gone from one state to another.

Holland to me gives a great performance and I really respect that he as an actor is taking on challenging roles instead of just sticking to comic book movies…even though he does shoot his web fluid at one pint. However that doesn’t mean I don’t think the movie has it’s faults and I did struggle to see what Nico sees in Emily who is pretty much the love of his life.

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