The Three Ages Reviews
The Three Ages gets it's title from the format of the film. The film is basically split into three different short films set in three different times or "ages" (The Stone Age, The Ancient Roman Age, and The Modern Age) but all essentially telling the same story: the story of love.
Buster's first feature that he directed, wrote, produced and starred in, is quite an interesting film. The concept and story is very clever and well-written, even for it's age. I could certainly imagine a similar film being produced nowadays. There are a couple or so really funny moments but all in all, the film isn't that funny. It's a tad disappointing, but this film is still certainly enjoyable.
As long as you don't come in expecting Buster to split your sides, you'll have a good time. It may not be up to par in the comedy department but it is in the story and concept department. It's a very different film for Buster that any fan or wannabe-fan will enjoy.