Just when you thought you had reached Tolkien overload, along comes an adaptation like none you've ever seen... a docu-comedy. The story chronicles writer/director/actor, Arthur Krize's (... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Not Another Tolkien Movie
Just when you thought you had reached Tolkien overload, along comes an adaptation like none you've ever seen... a docu-comedy. The story chronicles writer/director/actor, Arthur Krize's (...
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Derek J (nl) wrote: Funny and singular. I found Dave alternately infuriating and likable, his roommate both comic and sad. They have a Maverick-Goose thing going.
Sushma S (br) wrote: Akshaye Khanna is an ace at portraying mixed tormented emotions which border on good and bad. He however is fabulous.The portrayal of the biggest failure of the father of the nation, being a father to his own son, is so delicately bought out, you can feel the tension. Fabulous performances by everyone. Well done.
Sam E (ag) wrote: Books are better. And more realistic. But I wish they made Point Blank.
Bruce B (es) wrote: decent indie film...If like indie stuff, check this one out.
Craig M (kr) wrote: After having read the book, which I found to be slow and boring I decided to give the movie a look. I can't say the movie was any better. I'm sure for budget reasons, to make this TV movie, it was easier to have it set in the early 70's as opposed to the book's setting of the depression era. But it also removes the racial aspect of the book which plays a part in what is later revealed about the girl who is found dead at the beginning.The movie has more of a horror feel to it than the book did, but it is definitely 1970's made for TV movie horror.
William W (gb) wrote: Another outstanding treatise against, not religion but organized religion, and the facades that exists, both within families and different socioeconomic levels of society. Bunuel's camera movements, especially his pan shots, are remarkable here, as he establishes a veritable clinic on filmmaking. The script and acting could hardly be bettered, either.
Tim R (ru) wrote: Not a (director) John Ford masterpiece but still more entertaining than it should be. The torrid, love in the deep-dark Jungle, story was told better in another Clark Gable vehicle 'Red Dust'. Still, beautiful creatures Grace Kelly and Ava Gardner make up for a lot.
Matthew D (us) wrote: A sequel that continues an utter misunderstanding of the main character combined with complete corruptions of the villains. Even on their own merits these interpretations (if they are worthy to be called that) are rarely entertaining, instead we are treated to cringe-worthy competitive scenery chewing between the two villains (something that became tradition for the series) as DeVito and Pfeiffer try, and fail, to find some consistency and motivation in their roles. The Penguin in particular seems to yo-yo between several versions and plotlines, none of which fit together. The movie can't decide whether to be a pantomime or a grim look at how society treats outsiders, better Burton movies manage to be both at the same time. At least there is some more substance this time around; Batman is explored a little more through his relationship with Catwoman and there's some stuff about duality, although it's pretty basic. The impressive Gotham city of the last film seems to have been placed with it feeling like its being filmed on a tiny budget and tiny stage. In a film with Batman and Catwoman, Walken's Max Shreck and remote controlled penguins are the only source of entertainment.