We Not In This For Hype But We Do this For the Love Not like Some Who Watch A Next Dancer copy what they do then jus Because you tink in your mine Your bigger than your #Shose
an You Not even big like the #ShoseLace
...... This Dance is Called #GODZILLA
IT WAS CREATED FROM 2014 FROM MY #RUSSIATOUR
UNTIL NOW THIS DANCE AS BEEN INSPIREING ALOT OF #DANCERS
BUT THIS DaNCE #1BEASTMOOD
this Dance you thife an calling it #GURELLA
ITS NOT ITS CALLED #GODZILLA
We you see this you will know I talk to u with respect you go dis so me show I can too change dance wat u claim to call creation are jus say little you watching big we #TeamRigical
one GENERAL @srilanka11rifical
THE LOST WORLD (1925)
104 minutes (restored 2016).
MY REVIEW: Introduction text screen at the beginning of the movie: "For decades, The Lost World could be seen only in an abridged version about an hour in length. This new edition completed in 2016 combines portions of eleven film elements to present the most complete reconstruction believed possible."
I enjoyed this. For a film that is 90+ years old I found it to be retrospectively sublime despite the simple approach to story and obviously dated effects. I place this in the top two most entertaining silent films that I've seen alongside Fritz Lang's Die Nibelungen (1924).
It can't be stressed enough how important the new ever-present and lively Robert Israel orchestral music score is to this film. Always energetic, always changing to fit the scene, it takes this film to another level by keeping the excitement level elevated and doing its part to move the story ahead. Also a nice use of changing color tinting from scene to scene and location to location, enhancing what otherwise would have been black and white.
As far as the rather simple effects, all part of the fun. Plenty of dinosaur vs. dinosaur action as they just don't seem to be able to get along with each other; they're either trying to kill anything that gets too close to them, or to eat them. Even a little Godzilla-type action at one point, long before there was a Godzilla! The film features special effects (uncredited) by Willis H. O'Brien who was the Visual Effects Supervisor for King Kong (1933).
Fun adventure and romance movie if you're in the mood for it and, unlike some silent films, I never found this one to be dull in parts; it moved ahead at a nice pace. Much credit should be given for the restoration efforts; while the film does show its age, it doesn't detract from the experience. The quality is consistent considering all the different film elements that were used to piece it back together.