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While Vulture himself considers 2003 Master and Commander: The far side of the world “Grand and intimate, exciting and introspective” and praised CEO Russell Crowe for his “effortless authenticity and shaking charisma” last August, other moviegoers may have had a harder time getting into the director’s Napoleonic Maritime epic. Weir. If you count among those members of the audience who move to something else in the middle Teacheris the first act Russell Crowe would like to formally state: it’s up to you and you alone.
“It’s a problem with children these days. No focus “, Crazy the actor wrote on Saturday, retweeting a post in which Twitter user, musician Ian McNab, praised Teacher and Commander as a useful sleep aid during quarantine and, inexplicably, marked Crow in a tweet.
“Peter Weirs’ film is brilliant,” the actor continued. “A demanding, detail-oriented, epic tale of loyalty to Empire & service, no matter the price. Amazing cinematography by Russell Boyd and a magnificent soundtrack. Definitely an adult movie. “In a subsequent tweet, McNab said he was actually four years older than Crow, so, every day, he should enjoy that full 138-minute time, not just get out.