"The Road" is a very good movie about a father and son surviving a post-apocalyptic world.
The film was very moving, emotional, sad, and depressing. I really connected with the father and son. Viggo Mortensen was great. He is always good in everything he does, but this is my favorite performance I have seen of his. He seems like the perfect Dad that will do anything for his son's safety.
The film also had a very distinct look that I had never seen before. Everything is dead and gray. It is depressing from the very first frame to the last frame.
There are a couple thrilling parts of the film that deal with people who have resorted to cannibalism. It is scary, but very realistic at the same time. All of the survivors are starving, but cannibalism is not an option for the father and son. They just hope to find food. The appearance of Viggo and his son really sell that fact that they are indeed dying of starvation.
It is never told how the world ended up this way. Everything is dead and only a handful of people are still living. It doesn't matter why this happened though. The movie is about a father and son relationship and it is one of the best I have seen in a while.
A- I recommend it.