Robinson in Space

Robinson in Space

Robinson is commissioned to investigate the unspecified "problem of England." The narrator describes his seven excursions, with the unseen Robinson, around the country. They mainly concentrate on ports, power stations, prisons, and manufacturing plants, but they also bring in various literary connections, as well as a few conventional landscapes. Written by Will Gilbert

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Champagne J (nl) wrote: The more you feel the world vibrating around you, the more you sense your own loneliness.

(ca) wrote: I heard the play was really good so I've always wanted to see this. The film however, disappointed me a bit. It's hard to sympathize with Ferrera's character. On the one hand she shows glimpses of the strong independent girl her character is supposed to be but she also comes off as lazy and without ambition. It reminded me of Spanglish a lot, a film I enjoyed a whole lot.

Private U (de) wrote: Rowan Atkinson's role was beyond hilarious.

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The Critic (ca) wrote: A likeable and cute family film that should have broad appeal.

Stuart M (jp) wrote: Truly lives up to its reputation as one of the worst films ever made, the Exorcist II seems intent on completely rewriting the original story and replacing it with even more incomprehensible rubbish. John Boorman has long had a fascination with African shamanistic magic and so it's not surprising to see it utilized here. However, unlike Excalibur where the bizarre and primativistic behavior of Merlin truly helped sell the work here it is shoehorned in and placed in center stage, no matter how little sense it makes. I mean, there was nothing wrong with the idea of tracing the roots of the demon back into Africa but once you get there there's no room for Regan's story. Instead of acknowledging that and telling a different story (perhaps focusing on Von Sydow again who looks very convincing in younger makeup) they shoehorn her in at every point and the plot quickly becomes incomprehensible. Why is Azuzu (the demon apparently) connected to locusts? How is it still tied to Regan? And what in the hell is James Earl Jones doing in here?But just on the most basic level the movie loses all claims to credibility about twenty minutes in when Regan's psychiatrist hooks her up to a telepathy machine that lets them share each others' dreams. From that point on you know that nothing can ever make the film lucid.