Made into a major motion picture starring Johnny Depp, The Rum Diary—a national bestseller and New York Times Notable Book—is Hunter S. Thompson’s brilliant love story of jealousy, treachery, and violent lust in the Caribbean. Begun in by a twenty-two-year-old Hunter S. The Rum Diary: A Novel by Hunter S. Thompson. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. The Rum Diary (Bloomsbury Classic Reads) | Hunter S Thompson | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch.
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No notes for slide. A Novel Pdf eBook to download this book the link is on the last page Author: Incoherency would be the best word to describe this film. The story lacks any kind of focus jumping from a love story, a corrupt land deal, drunken antics, workplace politics and racial tensions. Watching "The Rum Diary" was liking talking to a drunk grad student; little flashes of genius may linger but after what seems like four hours you realize you're talking to a drunken idiot and looking for the door.
Thompson's other work adapted to screen shares a similar inconsistency but say what you will about "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" at least it was interesting.
Director Bruce Robinson seems unsure behind the camera trying desperately to balance themes and while Terry Gilliam threw spaghetti at the wall to see what sticks, Robinson compensates by drawing out its screen time and keeping the camera-work and editing as dull and uninspiring as possible.
The films only saving grace is the inclusion of Giovanni Ribisi as a cirrhosis addled, syphilitic cohort who takes LSD while listening to records of Nazi propaganda. His arguments with the Star's head editor Richard Jenkins provide some of the few precious moments of humor. The epilogue appears while Johnny Depp sails into the horizon explaining that while its the end of the story " At least by then the sardonic wit of Thompson was finally present. It is for Hunter S.
That was really Johnny Depp's main focus. His goal is never to make the number one movie. He doesn't want to be a box office star.
He wants to make movies that mean something to him and that is exactly what he did with The Rum Diary. With that said, he made a beautiful film for his late friend. He played Hunter S. Thompson so wonderfully and stayed true to his character. Johnny honored his friend in the best way that he could, and did a phenomenal job in my opinion. Aside from the film's purpose, if I had gone to see this with no knowledge of it's back story, I still would have enjoyed it.
It was funnier than I was expecting and there was romance throughout. I was definitely interested the entire two hours. It is worth the price of a ticket because as usual, Johnny Depp delivered. Thompson, "The Rum Diary" this film is not for you. And even if you did not read the book, this film lacks drama, cinematic style, character arcs, a hooking intro, and satisfying end.
It's a DARK comedy, not a lighthearted love story. Hunter S. Thompson played by Johnny Depp was very depressed at the time, getting wasting, working minimal amounts, and having sex with any Puerto Rican girl that was interested.
None of this was portrayed accurately in the film. One key factor that Bruce Robinson screwed up was eliminating the character of Yemon, which was crucial in the book.