With all the fraudulent crap that’s been released under the Disney moniker, it’s easy to forget how artful a lot of their early stuff is. The Old Mill is structured like an animated City Symphony, opening with a pseudo-documentary like shot that guides us through the mill and the frogs all croaking in rhythm to each other could be like street musicians busking in said city. It doesn’t really have a point beyond an exploration of setting, but it’s still a…
When they landed the plane at the end, I half-expected to see Leslie Nielsen to walk through the cock-pit doors to tell the captain "I just want to tell you both good luck. We're all counting on you."
Hey, Leslie Nielsen and Liam Neeson have similar sounding names. Have they ever been in the same movie together? Were they ever photographed together? What is the truth? Are we alone in the universe? Impossible. When you consider the wonders that exist all around us... voodoo priests of Haiti, the Tibetan numerologists of Appalachia, the unsolved mysteries of Unsolved Mysteries
The truth is out there!
Of course, all the negative press brought up doubts in me, but of course Mann delivers another digital smorgasbord of colors and epic, operatic storytelling in what's probably his most colorful, yet at the same time, most bleak film to date.
I foolishly didn't see this in theaters because of all the negative reviews about how Chris Hemsworth is too muscular to be a hacker. Now, I'm deeply regretting that decision, as I found the film to be immensely engaging…