Russell Crowe Response to Twitter user who criticized his movieThe Master and the Commander: The Far Side of the World. “
The 56-year-old actor was mocked on Twitter when a clown shared a picture of him from 2003 Oscar-winning movie Combined with a sarcastic comment that encourages people who have trouble sleeping amidst Coronavirus pandemic To give him an hour.
“A lot of people complain about lack of sleep during the epidemic,” a Twitter user wrote. “I would recommend the usually captivating and attention-grabbing Master And Commander starring Russell Crowe,” he wrote. “I’ve never crossed the 10-minute mark. You’re welcome. Thank you Russell.”
Several days later, Crowe, who has starred in other Oscar-winning films such as “Gladiator,” “A Beautiful Mind,” and “The Insider,” responded to the comment by defending the film and shining light on the people behind it.
“This is the problem for children these days. There is no focus,” The star began to applaud his back. “Peter Weirs’ movie is wonderful. A meticulous and detail-oriented epic story of devotion to empire and service, regardless of cost. Stunning cinematography by Russell Boyd and a great soundtrack. Definitely an adult movie.”
Crowe highlighted the film’s writer and co-director, Peter Weir, whose nomination for Best Director formed one of the 10 Academy Awards for which the film was nominated. Meanwhile, Boyd received one of the two awards the film won, for Best Cinematography. Richard King won another Academy Award for Best Sound Editing.
“Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” is based on the three novels by Patrick O’Brien that make up the Aubrey Maturin series. The film tells the story of Jack Aubrey, the commander of the British Navy in the Napoleonic Wars. When a private French ship nearly destroyed his ship, Aubrey embarked on a daring chase in an attempt to prevent the heavily armored ship from plundering the British whaling fleet near the Galapagos Islands.
Crowe was one of the few faces in Hollywood She appears in movie theaters In 2020 amid the coronavirus pandemic with his latest movie “Unhinged”.