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  • Unfortunately, the movie is too slow so that alone may lead to their witnesses will be a little lazy and good groove to follow the story
  • On the box office this film itself can be failed, this may be due to groove story this movie is rather boring, especially when the audience still taste like the animated version of Pocahontas so that no long-winded and more eager to be witnessed

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      Virginia, in 1607, when the British troops recently entered new territory. Led by Captain Christopher Newport, the team began to explore this area. Captain John Smith, which will be executed because of actions, in fact, asked to investigate the area. The original members of the British interact well with the indigenous population of the region (Indian), but a misunderstanding trigger a tension between the two parties. And tenser again, John Smith was in captivity by Indian tribes. Almost the only Smith sentenced to death, if it does not appear the Indian maiden, Pocahontas, which asks Powhatan, the father, not to punish Smith died. Connivance between the second men started to grow this seed-seed love. In fact, when Smith released by the Indian, Pocahontas Smith’s request to participate with

      them. Pocahontas eventually undertakes Smith’s request, but after Pocahontas adapt to western civilization even to be given a new name, Rebecca, even now that Smith began to doubt the love. Even he ask his colleagues in a tell that a false news that he was killed. This of course is very striking sense Pocahontas. Appears a man named John Rolfe, who fills the void heart Pocahontas. Then, Smith will eventually return to the love of the Indian maiden Pocahontas, or will eventually receive the heartfelt love of John Rolfe?

      Terence Malick, director of the names may still be a little strange in the ears of moviegoers, but actually many of the Hollywood stars who want to work with this director. After the Oscar nomination was to reach through ...


      • his work, The Thin Red Line (1998), Malick now work again. Actual story this movie is not foreign anymore, especially for you who have had witnessed the production of the animated Disney film, Pocahontas (1995). However, Malick presents a film with a story that is braided and requires full concentration to the witnesses. Coming from the row, there are stars from the famous Colin Farrell (Alexander), which play a role as Captain John Smith, veteran actor Christopher Plummer (The Insider) role as Captain Christopher Newport, the Indian maiden Pocahontas trust in the stars newcomer, Q `Orianka Kilcher, who is the younger brother uterus singer Jewel Kilcher. While the figure John Rolfe performed by Christian Bale (Batman Begins).

        For you who have never witnessed Malick film works, it may

        be a little upset with the style of produce. Malick re-unite the film with his characteristic, slow path, and the monolog of the main figures of this movie, besides once again Malick also displays pictures of beautiful in good recorded by a cameraman Emmanuel Lubezki (Sleepy Hollow), even the name was Lubezki nominator as the Academy Awards several years ago. Unfortunately, the movie is too slow so that alone may lead to their witnesses will be a little lazy and good groove to follow the story.

        On the box office this film itself can be failed, this may be due to groove story this movie is rather boring, especially when the audience still taste like the animated version of Pocahontas so that no long-winded and more eager to be witnessed.




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