At its heart, Tusk movie of Kelvin Smith is a frightful tale that can warn people about the caution that you will be shocked and frightened, especially when you are settling in for warmth on the darkest and strangest of nights.
“When an American podcaster accepted an invitation that hell itself had issued, I saw the frostiness that Canada offered people every year.” “Before I spin you a yarn of dread, cruel comeuppance, and the awesome horror of the human animal, it will be better if you sit down, have a cup of piping hot, honey-flavored poison, won’t it?”
For this time, if you are looking for a film that explores the art of storytelling itself, and the campfire tone of the unfolding chiller is doubly appropriate given its origins, my answer will definitely be Tusk movie. Smith and his co-host Scott Mosier pitched the idea for the film during an episode of their podcast, SModcast due to the inspiration that comes from the fake Gumtree advertisement. We can see a raw quality to the initial telling – which has been known to birth many of the ideas that ultimately made it into the final cut.
Tusk full movie is gleefully disturbing in all of the ways that can be in the wish list and the expectation of many people, but there is something that the reviewer does not predict before about is that it was also actually quite not really happy – and more than a little bit relevant to our times. The film has been described – in some ways rightly – and it makes you feel the love child of Misery and Human Centipede. In spite of all of the facts above, the latest entry from Smith offers more than might immediately meet the eyes.
Tusk story was created based on the popular online podcaster Wallace Bryton (Justin Long) who come to the frozen tundra (well Manitoba, Canada, in any case) and have an adventure when being there to interview a boy who accidentally lost his own memories while making a decidedly dorky YouTube video (based on the idea that come from the inspiration of now-famous Lightsaber video), this has created the condition for him to become an instant Internet spectacle. Wallace’s shtick is the nastiest of online schlock-jokery, and the fact that Smith is taking the piss out of both himself and his critics a bit in the film, as he’s wont to do was without question.
When the click and followers-obsessed podcaster finds out that the boy who was ill-equipped to handle becoming the butt of a global joke – has killed himself, he rashly decides to travel hours from civilization for the purpose is to interview a man in a remote home who claims to have tales from his time as a sea-faring adventurer that ensure that you have not heard about that before. Ever anxious to devour a great story with the expectation about his ability to regurgitate it back to his legion of listeners, Wallace is lured into the cloyingly sweet and perilous trap.
True to his word, Howard Howe (played to perfection by Michael Parks) weaves hypnotic yarns ranging from the encounters with Hemingway on a battleship to months spent shipwrecked with only a walrus for a companion. It, in a way of imitation, has the effect on his time on the remote island and the moment he fell in love with the animals here, Mr. Tusk, that is, as it turns out, the motivating force behind this tale of terror and woe. You will have a fair idea of where things head from here after you know about the podcast of Smith. If Tusk’s finer points remain the mysteriousness, then I have a high recommendation for you-you to let them remain so and allow the experience of the film to wash over you like an acid-induced, nightmarish vision.
Far more cinematic than what people can expect from Smith (in this sentence we will not consider the limitations), Tusk movie is nonetheless emblematic of the major trademarks of his work. We can see that the dialogue occasionally makes we tire of them because of the verboseness and its unnecessary length, and yet also alive with the same street-corner philosophizing that Clerks introduced to the world. If you see this actions through various sides, we can see the represent of Tusk full movie in both a new chapter for the auteur (and Smith does warrant the moniker) and the culmination of all he has done and experienced as a filmmaker to date.
If you were not a person who can see them, then you may think that this is something weird or do not suitable for you then its offering may not be the one to win you over. On the other hand, you just need little effort to watch this in the other side and change your mind, and at that time Tusk is a film that has the potential to leave your thinking – and perhaps surprisingly touched – well past the final roll of credits.
For Wallace, there is a price – a nearly unbearable price – that must be paid in order for him to regain the humanity that he so willingly traded for fans. We do not have to wonder whether it was only when we see his embracement onto his inner animal that Wallace is able to do so. At first, Long’s fate looks like just desserts, but it certainly is a very twisted song of redemption. He was reshaped physically then he saw the reflection of what is happening in his soul. Only when he yields to that truth, does he realize the thing he would have been given up before – heart.
As self-reflexive as ever, Tusk full movie feels very much like Smith having a conversation with himself – and us, the audience – about what it means to be a storyteller, the price of success, and the seemingly voracious human appetite for cruelty. A craving that – as many have said – the Internet is only too happy and it also has the ability to stoke and feed, feed and stoke.
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