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Review by Robertoiglesias posted lebih dari setahun yang lalu
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Here are my thoughts on this once amazing and spectacular series that now should rot in hell:
The Neverending Story (1984): I loved this visually stunning, friendly, astonishing movie. My favorit film of all time and one of the best in the history of films. 10/10.
The Neverending Story II: The selanjutnya Chapter (1989): It could have done better. A half-baked sequel with Bastian annoying the hell out of anda with his stupidity and the message is taken to far. 4/10.
The Neverending Story III: Escape from Fantasia (1994): The judul seemed fine, but IT WAS SO TERRIBLE AND DISGUSTING I ALMOST HAD A jantung ATTACK! No Atreyu, terrible characters and acting, dull story, and stupid scenes!!!! 0/100!
Thank you.
Opinion by SeekerOfLight17 posted lebih dari setahun yang lalu
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Bobby Olkowitz
Neverending Story
January 12, 2012
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Neverending Story Spiritual Symbolism
    I had the pleasure of watching this fantastic, genius work of art today for the first time since I was a child. When I first saw the film, I was but a youth and enjoyed the movie for its entertainment and vivid portrayal of fantasy, and of the traditional “hero” narrative. After many years and extensive research plus experience of spirituality and esotericism, I have watched this cinematic with a new found admiration for its content, symbolism, and story. The Neverending Story was originally a book written oleh Michael Ende, a German born artist and student of anthroposophy, which is the belief of possible direct connection with the hidden realities and God, through inner spiritual work, and eventually merging the inner world with the physical reality. His study of anthroposophy explains the immense amount of esoteric symbolism in The Neverending Story.
Article by MWMTalent posted lebih dari setahun yang lalu
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Noah Hathaway, the bintang of "The Neverending Story" has not seen the classic fantasi film in well over a decade. That changes this Friday night, Nov. 4, 2011, at midnight when he will attend a public screening at The Nuart Theater in West Los Angeles. He will answer questions, sign autographs, and present the trailer to his new film "Sushi Girl" (also starring Mark Hamill best known as Luke Skywalker in the "Star Wars" films) after "The Neverending Story". Invites have been sent to stars of both films including Barret Oliver ("Cocoon", "Daryl") who portrayed Bastian in NES and Mark Hamill.
Noah briefly made a surprise appearance at a Nuart Theater screening of "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" two weeks yang lalu to promote the upcoming screening.