Behind Panic at Rock Island
Behind the scenes documentary on the Channel 9 tele-movie 'Panic at Rock Island'.
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Steven G (es) wrote: Thankfully this was Casey Kasem's last Shaggy-related venture. He's done it long enough. His Shaggy was starting to sound in his 80's instead of his 20's
Nate Q (jp) wrote: Bury my Heart at Wounded Knee is an emotional, complex, rich movie, that does great for what it's given, being on TV and all. One of the things the movie showed is that America isn't a perfect country, something I think most people in America refuse to belive, it's tragic story is all something that needed to be told. The movie all had a few entertaing battle scenes, as well as some good acting and a solid script. Despite thos perks the movie had a few flaws, for instance, some of the blood seemed a bit cheesy at time, and it's also tends to drag on a bit, and there could have been a little more action because the movie may get a little boring at times. A well-exectuted, entertiang movie that's pretty good for being a movie made on TV.
Rinoa S (au) wrote: long ago this kind of things happen.. is very cruel.. they now make it into movie.. to let us know these.. learn the lessons.
Fei L (jp) wrote: Angelopoulos is a poet. His films are always my favorite. Beautiful, philosophical, and sober. ''Tell me, how long does tomorrow last?' "An Eternity and a Day."
Mike L (gb) wrote: There's something about the whole routine of nerds triumphing, and underscoring the importance of nerds to society that just makes for a general feel good movie for me.
(us) wrote: Yes it begins with sexist crap, but that is a self-mockery. Not often is that true in a film. The guy is watching his life wind down. The structure is that as one old man's life is tapering away, another's is sailing forward. Not the most exciting of topics, and a self indulgently male focus, but it is well drawn. The actors are very good, as is the direction. The photography is worthy of the best galleries - the Icelandic scenery, surrealistic nudes, and a sensual portrayal of a brilliant young woman. There are a few hilarious road scenes, and a lyrical love scene. The film portrays old age, vulnerable youth, cautious middle age and perhaps the unborn. The script is poetic. Everything is in balance - the scenery is not the only star. The editing is seamless. If your mind and senses have been numbed by the usual feed, you may not see everything, so maybe go when you haven't been to a movie for a while and can absorb. Something is going right in Iceand - Metalhead was excellent.
Kris B (nl) wrote: A truly beautiful film
joseph f (ag) wrote: again, more propaganda, give it up.