What would have been just average 20 years ago is now considered award-worthy.
As I grow older, I find I'm less tolerant of wasting precious time on dubious prospects.
I see nothing profound in handheld cinematography documenting petty and pathetic human behavior for nearly two hours, particularly when there's no storytelling skill involved.
I've yet to sit down and watch this film, but the few clips I've managed to find have raised my interest. I'll be checking it out soon. https://youtu.be/G6mamLdYraU https://youtu.be/YKYR-0Vdm9I Supposedly, the film's home video release may be stalled due to copyright issues with music used in the movie. Until then, you can find a window-boxed … Continue reading Homemade Fake Criterion Of The Week
There are consistent efforts by the filmmakers to portray Knievel as an aw-shucks, kid-friendly hero, but he only seems genuine when he's sneering at people.