The 2000 drama comedy film 28 days starring Sandra Bullock was one of the most popular films at the time. It struck a lighthearted story which caught the attention of many. Though what really got people to watch and recommend the movie others was the splendid acting Sandra. The film may not have received the most positive ratings from movies, but that didn't stop people from watching the film, as it earned a grossing of over $62 million worldwide. The unique plot of the film is what got so much people to be more interested in continuing with watching the next scene after the other.
Gwen Cummings accidentally got into a car accident on the day of her sisters wedding due to drinking too much, so she is given the option to either go to rehab or jail. She obviously chooses rehab, though is extremely hard headed and refuses to take part in any treatment programs they offer. She even refuses to admit how she has an addiction with alcohol.
After meeting and getting to know the other patients better, Gwen has gradually begun to re-examine her entire life and notice that she does have this serious problem. Although the path to complete recover isn't going to be easy, and success won't be a guaranteed factor or even likely to occur, at least she is willing to try and help herself.
Just like most of Sandra's movies, 28 Days has plenty of jokes that people will definitely find amusing. The film shows exactly how versatile she is when it comes go acting and how regardless of the genre, she will make viewers believe the role. Sandra made Gwen Cummings as if she was really the character, and that made the film even more enjoyable and entertaining to watch. The unique plot has no comparisons to many other movies out there, which explains why people found it as very different.
This film will make you laugh and cry all at the same time as the acting and story of the film was simply spectacular. This movie will seriously be enjoyed by anyone anywhere, and is certainly advised for everyone to consider watching one of these days. Despite the film being a drama, it was still able to compromise the drama with a bit of simple yet funny jokes.