Estevez keeps his touch light, with a minimum of pedantry. The Way is really a gift from this son to his father. Sheen, gradually revealing a man painfully getting reacquainted with long buried feelings, who gives the film its bruised heart. show more
A heartfelt project, scrappy and engaging, The Way has its way with audiences despite, not because of, its sentimental excess. show more
It's a sweet and sincere family pilgrimage, even if a little too long and obvious. Audiences seeking uplift will find it here. show more
I trulu LOVED this movie!!
I have watched (or simply played) this movie, The Way, more than 20 times, and it hasn\'t worn thin yet! The UNSURPASSABLE GENIUS in ALL aspects of the making of this movie; the photography--from epic scenery to subtle expressions of the actors, the timing of dialogue, music, sound-before-scene, and momentum of the Camino trek, has me so addicted that I cannot go more than a few days **************** it again! THANK YOU, EMILIO!
a truly remarkable film...about character, love and faith...all the pilgrims were terrific. rcmconsult