It’s both uneventful and entertaining - a weird mix of nothing that should be boring but the character conversations and relationships are in full force so it carries the film like a good episode of the television show. There’s a bit too much corniness, like when Scotty knocks himself out or when Spock catches Kirk after he falls from a cliff, and the layered special effects are weak, however, I’m a huge fan of having practical sets like the shuttle and the use of matte backgrounds. This is Shatner’s love letter to the original series.
A touching and heartfelt look into the lives of three drag queens travelling the barren landscape of central Australia to get to a gig and reunite with family. Excellent cast and energetic script keeps this roadtrip movie going strong until the end.
I just don't like it, and before you rip my head off and scream endlessly in my dead ear about how amazing this movie is, let me ask you this:
Have you ever been in church and the minister up front is droning on and on in a monotone fashion, talking about Biblical side character people and stories that you have absolutely no interest in because they don't relate to you at all. You're looking for anything to attract your…
Wow, this does NOT feel like a 3 hour movie. It seriously feels like 2 hours, max.
The pacing is "slow", but it needs to be, as it pulls us into the landscape, the situations, and the characters before raising the tension. This is a movie that is an experience - it stays with you days later and it makes you think what could have been if we had done things differently when we settled North America. When we finally…