Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made
In 1982, three 11 year-olds in Mississippi set out to remake their favorite film: Raiders of the Lost Ark. It took seven turbulent years that tested the limits of their friendship and nearly burned down their mother's house. By the end, they had completed every scene except one... the explosive airplane scene. 30 years later, they attempt to finally realize their childhood dream by building a replica of the 75 foot "Flying Wing" plane from Raiders in a mud pit in the backwoods of Mississippi... and then blow it up! This is the story behind the making of what is known as "the greatest fan film ever made."
- Category:Adventure, Biography, Comedy, Documentary, Drama, Music
- Stars:Eli Roth, John Rhys-Davies, Chris Strompolos, Eric Zala, Jayson Lamb,
- Director:Jeremy Coon, Tim Skousen,
- Writer:Tim Skousen, Jeremy Coon, Alan Eisenstock (book)
Two 11-year-old boy saw the film "Raiders of the Lost Ark: The Adaptation" and and were fascinated so they decided to remake it. Thanks to the help of their friend, they make it completed in 7 years, except for one scene, which is finished after next 30 years. This documentary film tells the whole story of them, from the begin till the end. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Raiders!: The Story of the Greatest Fan Film Ever Made torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: This was a great surprise. A low budget little slasher that really delivers the goods. A bizarre throwback to the slashers of the 70s and 80s complete with damaged 'film' images and sound. Very uneven mix of over the top, outrageous horror and very eerie dark undertones wrapped in lots of nudity, sex and violence. Strange mix of maybe Last House On The Left and Slumber Party Massacre if I had to compare, but it really has a feel all its own as well. I have to admit I didn't know if I even liked it at first, but after watching it 3 times I decided I did. If you are a fan of 70's grind house/drive in type stuff give it a try.
(ca) wrote: If it hadn't been so reliant on 'it's people swearing and making sex references BUT THEY'RE MEDIEVAL' for its humour it would probably have been quite good...
(gb) wrote: Oh boy family guy movie. So .....................YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(nl) wrote: Great movie. The story and the acting was fantastic.
(us) wrote: I used to love this movie, but nope!
(kr) wrote: British criminal drama, not at its best, but at its most thoughtful. In a Hollywood sort of way.
(au) wrote: based off the plot of Bomb The System and falls short but still one of my fav's
(mx) wrote: the first hour of martin scorsese's "new york, new york" is a lot of fun. the humor is clever with good performances from both robert de niro and liza minnelli. but after that first hour, the film loses a lot of steam, and the tone completely changes. the musical numbers are often boring and go on much longer than they need to. much of the film could have been edited out or made shorter. there's no reason for "new york, new york" to go on well over two hours. i felt that if the majority of the ending was cut out, the film would have been much more enjoyable.
(de) wrote: "The name written in blood!" "The Crazed Love of a Prehistoric Giant for a Ravishing Teenage Girl!" "Eegah had never seen a girl until one fell into his arms! Boy fights giant for girl prize! Desert dune buggy first time on screen!" "Primitive Passions Turned On! Love Breaks the Time Barrier!" Terrible low budget scaled down rip off of King Kong with Richard Kiel, better known as Jaws in some James Bond movies.
(it) wrote: A classic fish out of water love story set in the Big Apple. A great performance by Paul Hogan who finds love in the most unlikely person, a reporter obsessed with his hunting escapades. Great score by Peter Best and a hilarious subway climax!
(au) wrote: Il be honest it was bad.