Riese (TV Mini-Series 2009)

TV Mini-Series   |    |  Action, Adventure, Drama

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Riese, a seemingly random wanderer, is being hunted by a terrifying religious cult, The Sect. Traveling from nation to nation for years, she is accompanied only by a wolf, Fenrir. Together ... See full summary »

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  • In action on the webseries "Riese".
  • Christine Chatelain, Alessandro Juliani, Allison Mack, Sharon Taylor, and Tundra in Riese (2009)
  • Emilie on Riese
  • Sharon Taylor as Amara in Riese: Kingdom Falling
  • With Allison Mack on the set of Reise
  • On the set of "Riese" with Tundra

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Ryan Copple (creator), Kaleena Kiff (creator)

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20 January 2011 | Sailinship
| NOT STEAMPUNK! Super lame writing. Bad Bad Bad.
First of all, I'd like to say that I watched 7 eps. before writing this review and tried to like it. I was hopeful.

My opinion. This show is garbage, it has no redeeming qualities at all what so ever. THE LOOK!?! It's horrible, in one scene they have thin sheets of paper as walls and these 3 to 4 foot gear silhouettes showing through. No reason why the gears would be there in this world, the only reason they are there is to try to cash in on "Steampunk" which is obviously something they don't understand. The look is mostly the same as any fantasy show with a low budget. Absolutely no interesting tech., no innovation as far as costumes, truthfully if someone showed up at a steampunk event in just about any of these outfits they would likely be met with a whole lot of meh and/or confusion. As far as the sets go, again, they are recycled fantasy sets with nothing worth seeing. Ever. Not one thing.

The worst part of the show is how foolish the characters act. I'm watching it and thinking to myself "nobody would do these things. Why are they doing these things?" And then I realize they are making these stupid actions because the writing is horrible. When actors have to do things that no real person would do they lose the ability to be convincing actors. Stiff would be the description of the characters, and it's not simply due to bad acting, again, the writing is trite and ridiculous. I hated it and I hate the people who made it for trying to cash in on steampunk.

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Action | Adventure | Drama | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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