The tragicomic story of lone rebel Boddi Steingrimsson who lives in a small town in Northern Iceland. Boddi hates materialistic modern society in its entirety and on his blog-page he comically criticizes everything and everyone. Before long he has become an outlaw in his own hometown, just like his viking hero, Grettir. After a series of dramatic mishaps, he snaps and goes riding down south to the big city on his sturdy steed Nietzsche. He's got a gun in his pocket. He's ready for the revolution.
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Michael B (fr) wrote: This movie will move your heart and is compelling.
Josh T (ca) wrote: I have to say this was a pretty drawing and entertaining documentary. Safe to say I was very eager to learn more about these mysterious tiles. Really inspired you to crack the case.
Nickay D (ru) wrote: It seemed like the movie was trying too hard to be a creation of David Lynch.
Nicholas D (jp) wrote: Not quite as top-notch as you'd suppose from the premise, but pretty good.
Jack B (br) wrote: intense but could have been better(more believeable)
Robert R (nl) wrote: Alright, so maybe I should have watched the series before seeing the film. . .or not? I mean it's not as if I didn't enjoy the film for what it was, practically speaking. And it's also doubly not as if theatrically released movies should require an entire user-manual of information in order for audiences to fully enjoy them. So, in that regard, as far as sci-fi/western movies based on canceled sci-fi/western television series that I've never seen go, I most certainly think this one is the best. All kidding aside though, when one looks past the glaring CGI missteps and the handful of "if you watched the TV show, you would totally understand what they're talking about" moments littered throughout, it's still a worthwhile/entertaining film with an incredible amount of wit and creativity abound.
chad g (br) wrote: Doco done by Grisman's wife covers the time Jerry Garcia worked with her hubby. Some great music made by these two gents and the story lays it out for you to see. Good stuff if these two blokes music lights your candle.
Gonalo S (au) wrote: Slightly close to the whole Monty Python's nonsense package, slightly better than A Fish Called Wanda in my opinion, Fierce Creatures is a nonstop comedy. It isn't as brilliant as Python's original work because it doesn't have such an awesome storyline, but with these comedy masterminds, there's no need for one to have a great movie.
s h e l l (fr) wrote: I love steven seagal. I think he is cheesy but i really enjoyed this movie. I think it had a pretty good storyline. And i loved Pam Grier.
Greg W (ru) wrote: one of the best pre-code early talkies harlow is amazing
Michael H (es) wrote: Crap. There's nothing goingon here. The story stops and starts and never finds a voice. The technical aspects are weak from wardrobe to lighting andbeyond. I was disappointed in thie effort.