One user recommended the adventure movie “Master & Commander” on Twitter as a sleep aid. Russell Crowe didn’t think it was funny.
BERLIN – Oscar-winning Russell Crowe (wrestler) defended his film “Master & Commander – Until the End of the World” against criticism from a Twitter user.
“This is the problem with children today. They have no focus,” the 56-year-old wrote in the SMS service. The user had previously recommended the movie as a sleep aid – and tagged Crowe in the post. “I never crossed the 10-minute mark,” the tweet read.
A week later, Crowe replied: The film tells “an epic story” that is “wonderful”, “demanding” and “attention to detail”. His conclusion: “Definitely an adult movie.”
In “Master & Commander” in 2003, Crowe played a captain with a charismatic personality and a strength consciousness to a British warship. Film adventure director Peter Weir cost $ 140 million.
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