Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father
i think zachary quinto only fits to be Spock!
as i ve known zachary quinto since his 2009 entry as spock in Star trek, i felt that whenever i see him acting in another character, to me i just see him as spock, i can t like to watch him in any oth...
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(I could've done without the animated lip syncing for the lawyers, however, which feels like something from a lame comedy sketch on YouTube, but those are the types of amateurish tactics that Kuenne repeatedly employs, always undercutting the emotion of his own story instead of allowing it to speak for itself.) The backyard movies that Kuenne made with Andrew provide a poignant resource of archival footage, many of which fit eerily into the narrative; although Kuenne has a tendency to reuse some of those scenes to an annoying degree, diluting their impact.
It was never meant to be released theatrically, it was meant for the family it focuses on, so there are forgivable aspects, but it is indeed distracting to watch the film with distracting editing choices.
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