Can't say too much without giving crucial elements away. Just saw this at a screening in Boston and thought it was one of the more clever independent films I've seen in the past two years. Any cinema buffs, sci-fi fans, or documentary-lovers would find this a very inventive, well-executed, and highly entertaining piece. It seems like it would be unforgivable of any fan of Werner Herzog's to not see this film. You don't need to be a fan of his films to thoroughly enjoy this doc though. I have never seen one of his films before, but I went right out and rented two of them after seeing this film. Great cinematography, fantastic drama, some laughs, and some pretty terrifying footage that you won't believe you just saw!
Incident at Loch Ness (2004) 1080p YIFY Movie
Incident at Loch Ness (2004) 1080p
Incident at Loch Ness is a movie starring Werner Herzog, Kitana Baker, and Gabriel Beristain. A documentary exploring the myth of the Loch Ness monster.
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The Synopsis for Incident at Loch Ness (2004) 1080p
This is a mockumentary within a mockumentary. The ensemble cast is a Who's Who of modern filmmaking, from Werner Herzog, independent director (Nosferatu, Grizzly Man, Rescue Dawn) playing himself directing a documentary, to cinematographer Gabriel Beristain (of the Blade movies) playing himself, to Sound Recorder/Mixer extraordinaire Russell Williams II (of Independent Lens, Moesha, Training Day) playing himself, to.. well you get the idea. Throw in the legend of Nessie and you've got a totally hilarious thriller mockumentary directed by Zak Penn, Make sure you watch the commentary with the Director and cast members, which continues the fiction of the movie. It's brilliant.
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The Reviews for Incident at Loch Ness (2004) 1080p
Very inventive and well-executed film.Reviewed byadamroffman2000Vote: 10/10
A very charming little film.
Mysterious characters bring so much to this film. Tension between the major players in the film, and the mystery beneath the Loch all work nicely together as they converge on the black waters of Loch Ness. It provides everything from funny and insane dialog to a Playmate in a very tiny American Flag string bikini. What more could anyone ask for?!
Lots of little twists, and the players develop nicely. I can only say that it is ultimately predictable as it reaches it's climax. But like gawking a car wreck, you just can't stop watching it unfold into its natural conclusion. Still, it's very entertaining as it takes you there.
A very solid and respectable "B" grade in my book.
This is a great film on paper but when translated to screen it's a disaster.
Let's examine writer/director Zak Penn's resume....
He wrote X-Men 2, Behind Enemy Lines, Inspector Gadget (??), PCU, Last Action Hero and Suspect Zero.
With perhaps the exception of Suspect Zero should it really be any surprise that this film is terrible ??
While there are a few jabs at/allusions to Herzog that will tickle dedicated fans the grins quickly turn into frowns as you feel nothing but embarrassment for Kinski's "best fiend".
This film attempts to "blur the line between fantasy and reality" but only succeeds in digressing into what it was attempting to comment on.
While Zak Penn certainly fulfils his role as cog in the Hollywood machine supplying us with necessary soma to escape the drudgery of our lackluster existence his attempt at a "real film" is a failure.
"Incident at Loch Ness" is marred by a terrible plot, embarrassing dialogue, an execrable performance by Mr. Penn and awful attempts at comedy relief.
Herzog fans will want to speedily rush home and put on Heart of Glass in an attempt place the undisputed enigma of German film back on the pedestal where he belongs.