Friday, September 16, 2011

BRIEF REVIEWS OF FILMS BY THE GUY WHO DID THE LIGHTBULB AND TRIED TO MAKE EVERYTHING OUT OF CEMENT (1)

LOADING BAGGAGE FOR KLONDIKE (1897): Not too many people seem interested in getting onto this fuzzy white boat. Someone is carting some kind of huge basket on board but who knows what that is. Suddenly, out of nowhere, a horse drawn carriage walks onto the screen. It says “STEEL” something on the back of the carriage, but by then I have lost interest. At twenty nine seconds, this film is about nine seconds too long.

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