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Adventure Film: Adventure films are a genre of film. Unlike action films, they often use their action scenes preferably to display and explore exotic locations in an energetic way.
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by Terry Rowan
Guy Stockwell, Mary Ann Mobley, Kurt Kaszmar, Richard Deacon, Torin Thatcher, Diana Chesney, Ivor Barry, Bill Glover, Emile Genest, Alex Montoya Dir: Don Weis The pirate adventure film is a remake of the 1952 film 'Against All Flags .
Sixth Edition by David Thomson
It didn't deserve Oscars, but itis a rousing old- fashioned adventure film witha lovely princess and awicked king (Sophie Marceau and Patrick McGoohan) and agreat deal ofbloodand lost limbs.Itis also a pretty accurate portraitofGibson's ...
by John Kenneth Muir
The adventure film starred Jeff Bridges, Bruce Boxleitner (as the titular Tron) and David Warner as the villain Sark. More importantly, the Steve Lisberger–directed flick featured a gaggle of revolutionary special effects: computer-generated ...
by Thomas S. Hischak
Instead the adventure film is scored like a pastoral symphony with full orchestra stirring up mystery, ...
by Alan Burton, Steve Chibnall
the adventure film Ferry to Hong Kong (1959) starring Curt Jiirgens and Orson Welles; the classic war film Sink the Bismarck/ (1960); the ...
by Errol Vieth, Albert Moran
For here was an action/adventure film set in a futuristic society but was nonetheless recognizably Hollywood. Telling a classic story of revenge that was more usually associated with a genre such as the Western, Mad Max featured a lawman ...
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ShAFF: Sheffield Adventure Film Festival
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