Who wrote these dialogues? My God, they're awful!
What is this anyway? Not a good movie, for sure. Bad performances and a crappy story, nope.
A bad film with a marvelous soundtrack. And that's obvious, considering my love for the hip-hop culture. If we just look at the idea, well, it's a good one: blaxploitation with a sociological vein, but every single story is not entertaining and awfully crafted.
A missed chance.
Week 3: A "Silly Symphony" short
Imagination at its best. Colors came in clutch, providing life to nature.
A radiant short.
Part of my FSDO challenge
( letterboxd.com/lonza/list/im-a-model-student-fsdo-challenge-2k17/ )
Week 4 - Genre - Action - Swashbuckler
This movies signs the birth of the swashbuckler genre, and it's a milestone for history of cinema as well as for Douglas Fairbanks' career.
Matter fact, he's simply phenomenal in portraying the character of Don Diego Vega, alias Zorro, with a genuine smile on the face and a believable interest for human rights.
The film is really enjoyable, the action scenes are fast paced…