Squanto is a high-born Indian warrior from a tribe on the Atlantic coast of North America which devotes its life to hunting and rivalry with a neighboring tribe. Everything changes forever after a ship arrives from England, prospecting the region's commercial potential for the rich Sir George, who uses all his wealth and influence only for ever greater profit. When it returns, several Indians find themselves captives on board, including Squanto. The arrogant Christians consider themselves utterly superior to the 'heathen savages' and treat them as brutally as they do beasts. Squanto fights a bear in a circus, not understanding how men can be so cruel to that creature either, and manages a spectacular escape, but where must he go? He finds shelter and help in a rural monastery, where it takes his protector some effort to prevent the others considering the unknown as diabolical. In time sir George's men come looking for him most brutally...
Dankwa B (es) wrote: Excellent documentary that shows you exactly how eloquent Iceberg was and details how greater career as a novelist. His literary career is given its just due and not just his pimpin
Syed R (br) wrote: A great look inside the man who largely helped the SFX world and inspire many. It's pretty straight forward, they got a lot of directors who was inspired by him like Peter Jackson, James Cameron, and Spielberg. It's definitely worth checking out especially if you are a fan of film and filmmaking.
Adwina O (ag) wrote: Enjoying it thou the ending is lame..
Tina A (ag) wrote: I didn't care for this movie very much.The acting was ok considering what they were given to work with.I say skip it.
Daniel L (fr) wrote: It's not perfect, but Costner's mesmerizing performance makes up for its faults
Nelly J (ru) wrote: dont remember too much about it but i know i rememeber that i looved inuyasha so yeah
Meredith W (es) wrote: The film loosely follows the writer named Danny (Noah Taylor) as he moves in an out of three shared houses in Australia, introducing us to numerous over-the-top characters along the way. Attempting to film John Birmingham's novel of shared living arrangements was a big ask of Director Richard Lowenstein and the transformation from page to stage makes for one dull movie. The fragmented nature of the narrative does not suit the medium and the changes comparative to the novel only impede its comic appeal. The only highlight is a soundtrack featuring Nick Cave.
Wahida K (nl) wrote: Christ where to begin. Just a disaster Movie. Like a Hurricane, exiciting at first and it ends in Disaster! There is a a very tiny bit in the Movie I thought it was a look worth! One whole Star for that tiny bit.
Stella D (ru) wrote: the film that changed the production code; it's hard to imagine the impact this must have had on movie audiences in 1955. the novel's super bleak ending was changed to be somewhat moralistic but hipster cool, the driving jazz score, plus sinatra's knock out performance make up for that imo. even novak is great and she's never really impressed me
Caitlin L (ag) wrote: Really enjoyed it. Loved all the characters and who got cast to play them.
Jamie J (it) wrote: Picture the scene. If you will. You make a comedy film, for all accounts a pretty funny one. Hollywood then spends an endless and inordinate amount of time telling you that you're the next big thing, no the biggest fucking thing to land in years. I can only imagine that's how as inexplicable as it is that The Hangover got a first sequel, let alone went the full Hobbit and made an unnecessary trilogy out of affairs that fit newly into one 90 minute film. While not as downright bland as Part 2, The Hangover part 3 at least tries to be different, throwing away the desperate attempts at comedy for a more bleak, black comedy flavour. Although I raised a giggle a few times (perhaps 3?) during the Wolf packs supposed final outing. Till they go the whole American Pie and do a pointless 4th effort ten years later, I couldn't help but just sit there and wonder the meaning of humanity and why we are here. An easier question to define an answer to than just why this film exists. I will stress again though it really isn't as bad as part 2. Just isn't any better either.