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Article by: Marilyn Slater
Date: August 22, 2012
Preview: Brett Stimely the well respected action actor seen in "Watchmen" and " Transformers: The Dark of the Moon" has adapted the Ray Bradbury short story...
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Reviewed by: JEFF MAYSH ? Features/Coleman-Rayner news agency, Hollywood
Date: June 6, 2012
Review: IN THIS GRIPPING big screen adaptation of a lesser-spotted 1949 Bradbury short story, Brett Stimely stars as an introspective astronaut, plummeting helplessly to his demise after a spaceship malfunction. This is a narrative straight from the golden era of Science Fiction retold honestly in a 17-minute, claustrophobic single act. Stimely is fantastic in the truest sense of the word: The late Bradbury argued only his work Fahrenheit 451 should be considered Science Fiction, the rest is "fantasy". Stimely's Hollis, heroic and philosophic, careens towards certain death discovering so much about humanity, in this original space tragedy. [5 stars]
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Reviewed by: JP - Jean-Paul Chaillet is a Member of the HFPA and is also correspondent for FIGARO Daily and FIGARO Magazine.
Date: May 18, 2012
Review: I was leaving for London the very day I received the screener, but came back Tuesday and was then finally able to watch it. Twice in fact. I had not read that short story and therefore had no preconceived idea so I could watch the movie totally fresh minded. I was impressed. I liked the tone and the approach, the way it is directed and its resonance with today. Obviously everybody can read and interpret what they want depending on their mood or state of mind. Brett Stimely is very good in it, believable and never overacting, which I assume could have been an easy trap to fall into considering the limited space he is acting in. So it is quite tricky to succeed in making all the emotional range as subtle and rich as he did. BRAVO. I also liked the music very much. The special F/X are excellent and feel fresh and original. Director Eric Tozzi did a masterful job at mixing them with the action and making the suspense thrilling and poignant. I then went on to read the original story and appreciate the way Stimely adapted it, not an easy feat. But he definitely captured the spirit and intent of Bradbury and made it both him and his. The use of the voice over was very clever and never redundant, which is not always easy to balance. A very good film that I highly recommend.
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Article by: by John King Tarpinian
Date: May 12, 2012
Preview: Ray Bradbury's 1949 short story "Kaleidoscope" is now a 17-minute movie. It will be making the rounds of film festivals like the 2012 Fright Night Film Fest...
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Review by: Alexandra Bradbury
Date: April 26, 2012
Review: I just finished watching Ray Bradbury's Kaleidoscope, which I loved! Of course I've always loved the story, and I feel a great job was done by all.
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