- SuLv 51 decade agoFavorite Answer
你可以參考US yahoo movies裡面的影評，有媒體寫的也有網友寫的，希望能幫你找個方向，總不能在這裡叫網友們幫你寫英文心得吧。
我給你Deseret News Critics的影評，字數有限無法全部貼上，可到上面網址慢慢參考:
Cast Away by Jeff Vice Deseret News movie critic
The producers of "Survivor" only wish they could come up with a story as compelling and ultimately human as "Cast Away."
Besides the "stranded-on-a-deserted-island" scenario the two share, this big-budget holiday film couldn't be more different from the summer's smash hit television show — in fact, it makes the latter appear as superficial as "Gilligan's Island."
That alone should be enough to draw audiences in droves, but when you throw in Tom Hanks — who has been box-office gold this time of year — you've got the formula for something even bigger, if not better.
And as far as Hanks is concerned, he's getting to be so good at this sort of thing that it's easy to overlook his work. Believe it or not, his absolutely riveting performance here — much of which is without dialogue, forcing him to rely on body language and facial expressions — just might be the best of an already distinguished career.
By the way, remember those (seemingly) overly revealing ads for the film, which showed what appeared to be the entire storyline, right down to the ending? Well, it turns out that this isn't a film that relies on suspense anyway. (And besides, there's a whole lot more to this movie than what a one- or two-minute advertisement could possibly show.)
Instead, it's a very character-driven piece, one that centers on workaholic Federal Express systems engineer Chuck Noland (Hanks).
Chuck really likes his job, helping FedEx offices around the globe be more efficient. In fact, the only thing he probably loves more is his grad-student girlfriend, Kelly (Helen Hunt), to whom he's hoping to propose over the holidays...........Source(s): 自己
- Anonymous1 decade ago
提供兩個版本：1.After FedEx systems engineer Chuck Noland is ripped out of his hasty life by the clock in a plane crash, he finds himself alone on the shores of a tropical island. First, frustration gets to him and then he realizes how little his chances are to ever get back to civilisation. Four years later, Chuck has learned very well how to survive on his own: mending his dental health, catching fish with a spear, predicting the weather with a selfmade calendar. A photograph of his girlfriend Kelly has kept his hopes alive all these years. Finally, Chuck takes the opportunity to take off for home: He sets off on a wooden raft with a sail that has washed ashore.2.Hanks stars as Chuck Noland, a FedEx systems engineer whose personal and professional life are ruled by the clock. His fast-paced career takes him, often at a moment's notice, to far-flung locales - and away from his girlfriend Kelly, played by Helen Hunt. Chuck's manic existence abruptly ends when, after a plane crash, he becomes isolated on a remote island - cast away into the most desolate environment imaginable. Stripped of the conveniences of everyday life, he first must meet the basic needs of survival, including water, food and shelter. Chuck, the consummate problem solver, eventually figures out how to sustain himself physically. But then what? Chuck begins his true personal journey. After four years, fate gives Chuck a chance to fight his way back to civilization, only to find an unexpected emotional challenge greater than all the earlier physical ones. His ability to persevere and to hope are a product of his life-changing experience.