Maidentrip is a beautiful little story about the amazing journey of a 14 year old sailing solo around the world, growing up and away.
The footage is mostly shot by Laura, the 14 year old sailor, while en route. It's personal, but there are no big highs or lows. Maybe that's how the journey went. Maybe that's how she chose to film it, or later with the director how they chose to tell it. It's a more subtle journey.
This film is amazing. You would not believe that you would be on the edge of your couch while watching a gentleman work meticulously on a painting.
There is a hypothesis posed, and it is the focus of the film. But you aren’t made to suffer a thousand talking head cuts about it. They just get down to testing it, in a kind of Myth Busters straight forwardness. And the scale of the test is epic.
There are a few…
What did I learn from Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol? Let me see. There are a lot of BMWs in Dubai and Mumbai (coincidence?) and they have safety features you can trust, and cool start controls, and cool wheels and cool grill-lights, what? I haven't seen such gross product placement in a while. Oh yeah, and iPhones. iPhones are cool, iPads are cool, apparently USB cables are cool; but iPhones in rubberised cases? I guess they might knock them around…
I've bought the DVD, the soundtrack, watched the making of and dreamed about Kelly McGillis more than one time. The film that did more for Air Force enlistments than anything else will do the same for you.
If you've ever been holding on too tight with a bunch of oiled up dudes then you will lose your edge over Top Gun again and again.