"Baz Luhrmann’s new, hyperactive Elvis biopic is but the latest attempt to depict Elvis Aaron Presley on screen since his death in 1977 at age 42. Not counting documentaries, which are legion, Presley’s life and legend have been fodder for at least a dozen films and miniseries over the years. In most, though, he’s deployed purely as a figure of fantasy – in 1988’s Heartbreak Hotel, 1992’s Death Becomes Her, 1993’s True Romance, and 2002’s Bubba Ho-Tep – or granted…
"Would he defeat the Amazons?"
What makes you think he would want to? Herzog's later claim that he "cannot distinguish a gay man from a straight man" has to be taken with a grain of salt when one considers his very first film was this very homoerotic short about bodybuilders.
This "film" has a running time of about 79 minutes. Here's how that breaks down:
5.5% - Kirk Cameron's smug, hot chocolate-obsessed introduction
3% - A seemingly unmotivated cutaway to what looks like a much more interesting movie but is, in fact, not (Bonus: We get to see this footage again in its entirety when it's placed in the proper context)
2.5% - Cheaply animated opening credits set to a ska cover of "Silent Night"
7.5% - Kirk's "brother-in-law" --…