Red Riding Hood (2004)|
Director: Randal Kleiser
Writer: Timothy Dolan
Review by Sir E. Smith (posted on 16-Jun-2008)
Brand new technique for on-set virtual reality done with this in-sync stage production is successful and gilmmers, thanks to Randal Kleiser and friends.
Henry Cavill has never been more good looking. The Gent plays along during each of his various scenes with effect, or at least charm.
Joey Fatone is a not at all scarey Wolf. Spazzy yes, scarey no... Entertaining overall.
Morgan Thompson is more talented than her only film role so far would imply.
The musical show gets going in an entertaining way after all, and is very different.
Perhaps too different for kids below the age of five. Each parent may have their own opinion. To be sure, this "Red Riding Hood" production is very unique.
Review by T. H. Smith (posted on 2-Jul-2008)
Sir Randal Kleiser it seems, won an impressive battle on these grounds.
One: An at the time vanguard effort, of simultaneous capture in three dimensional effects with live on stage action.
Two: The successful casting of the likes of upstart Morgan Thompson as lead character Red, a youthful and dashing Baron-Hunter otherwise in the most named Henry Cavill, and a brave collection of musical recording artist-actors being Fatone, Kazan, Mazar, and others. These soldiers successfully win over some quickly made battles and Ballyhoo.
Three: The overall watch ability of this movie, that was produced with barely any cash at all.
Four: A musical tribute and a unique effort, that could be more for the artist than the child.
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