Simon Baker’s film isn’t about surfing so much as it is about riding a wave that must eventually break and recede.
The film dazzles during long shots of the cave-diving characters suspended in the Esa-ala’s massive insides as if in utero.
If 300 was an abomination of history, Zach Synder’s latest is an abomination of the power of fairy tales.
Rob Cohen is an engineer of dim-witted, belligerent, testosterone-fueled summer spectacles that visually and aurally assault with all the subtlety of a sonic boom.
The video is good but the audio is spectacular. Beware though: You may need a hearing aide when you’re through.
In support of the National Drug Control Policy’s anti-marijuana advertisement included here, feel free to light up.
There’s no investment. In anything. Welcome to the desert of the reel.