The vitrol with which this woman is attacked with is so graphic that the original cut of this movie is X-rated. The version we see in theaters is edited. I have not seen this much hate about Hitler ot OBL, but this woman from Wasilla Alaska somehow manages to become the lightning rod for controvercy.
This is a very uplifting story of true American spirit. I had tears of ride in my eyes and tears of shame at how badly she is treated.
You can see and hear all the hated in the uncut DVD that will be released when the theatrical version becomes available.
I am hoping that with exposure and a groundswell of support(read: ticket sales) more production value, name talent and polish will come inline. I look forward to the second and third movies.
This was going to be a hard book to bring to screen, even with the best of the best involved. Kudos to the people involved for producing this movie, given the obstacles against them.
The Technological aspects are pitch perfect...Staggeringly beautiful and fully realized. The story is a bit of a let down. Top notch voice work by CCH Pounder and Wes Studi add gravitas, as does Sigorney Weaver in live action and Avatar modes but the weight of a weak story are still palpable.
This movie feels like Aliens to me. I hate to say that, but it does. It is also not as engrossing as I would have liked it to be. Again the worn story.
The 3-D was flawless and should serve as the benchmark that all future 3-D movies try to launch from.
RUN don't walk to see it, It almost lives up to the hype!
It's rare that I want to like a movie even after it's clear, from the first 5 minutes, that the project is not going to come together. I agree with the message, but this is not about a message it's about a MOVIE. This movie can't decide if it wants to be a comedy or a drama . It ends up being a conceptual mess... and an editors nightmare.
I welcome movies with a conservative sensability, but I want them to be good!