Kevin Pazyck

Helpful votes received on reviews: 75% (3 of 4)
Location: Rochester, NY


Top Reviewer Ranking: 511,461 - Total Helpful Votes: 3 of 4
Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves (Special Extended Ed&hellip <b>DVD</b> ~ Kevin Costner
This was one of my favorite movies way back when it came out in '91. What may have even prompted me to see it was that it wasn't gonna be the proverbial 'men in tights' satire. But Kevin never really did much that was meant to be an intentional comedy (some only turned out to be that way not by design). Hilarity was an element was not intended to dominant the script. However, anyone who may have been expecting this to be anything like Dances With Wolves will have been thrown a curveball. Costner did not hold the directorial reigns and it shows, with no disrespect to K. Reynolds.
I bought the DVD recently and I cringe at some of the choices the project had taken. It's easy to say it… Read more
The Road Home (Bilingual) <b>DVD</b> ~ Ziyi Zhang
The Road Home (Bilingual) DVD ~ Ziyi Zhang
4.0 out of 5 stars spiritual, June 21 2004
Zhang Ziyi's performance in "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" had me wondering, out of all the stellar cast involved, who this was who had me the most impressed. I researched her filmography and came across "THE ROAD HOME". Mind you, I'm mostly a fight-it-out, special-effects, action movie fan who had my reservations about getting it once I finally found someplace to buy it. I rented first and I had no regrets afterwards.
Great films done properly can tell a simple story and hold the attention of the audience if one chooses to do so. This is a great example. Scenic vistas, compelling acting and a moving story has made this a favorite of my movie collection. Without… Read more
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars undeniable, June 18 2004
A casual viewer of the Lord of the Rings movie Trilogy may or may not appreciate what goes into the production of something of this magnitude. The DVD 'appendices' try to explain in what detail they can. All I know is I tip my hat to the exhaustive efforts of all involved in the making the Trilogy, especially Peter Jackson, WETA Workshop and the cast of characters. Lest not we forget one J.R.R. Tolkien in his brilliance, also. I will also admire New Line Cinema for having the confidence to invest in the vision and possibilities that Jackson displayed.
Owning the Trilogy is owning cinematic history. A tale renowned globally, even if it had to be modified for certain movie realities. A… Read more