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Thompson so wonderfully and stayed true to his character. I rated this movie a 9 and the last film I rated that high was The Shining. American journalist Paul Kemp takes on a freelance job in Puerto Rico for a local newspaper during the s and struggles to find a balance between island culture and the expatriates who live there. All in all, when adapting a book like “The Rum Diary,” you have to stay true to the heart balls of the story. The film begins with main character Paul Kemp Johnny Depp waking up in a luxurious hotel room in Puerto Rico after a heavy night of drinking. Thompson’s other work adapted to screen shares a similar inconsistency but say what you will about “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” at least it was interesting. Thompson, “The Rum Diary” this film is not for you. Instead this Robinson combined three characters into two, which isn’t true to the book and does not work on screen.

After chomping down a few aspirin, Kemp stumbles into the editors office of the San Juan Star and is given a dead end writing job. The language still reeks of his Gonzo fury writing and manages to transport the audience into a drunken rant, as well as secretly educating them on the struggles of a free press. The ending of the book was tremendous; the boss Lotterman has a heart attack and dies when he thinks one of the employees was going to beat him up. That was really Johnny Depp’s main focus. This was the local bar in which all the works at the newspaper went to everyday and got wasted at. Thompson played by Johnny Depp was very depressed at the time, getting wasting, working minimal amounts, and having sex with any Puerto Rican girl that was interested.

He doesn’t want to be a box office star. It’s important to remember why this movie was made. Thompson, “The Rum Diary” this film is not for you. I personally think this film was perfect. After chomping down a few aspirin, Kemp stumbles into dary editors office of the San Juan Star and is given a dead end writing job.

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Incoherency would be the best word to describe this film. It is worth the price of a ticket because as usual, Johnny Depp delivered. The films only saving grace is the inclusion of Giovanni Ribisi as a cirrhosis addled, syphilitic cohort who takes LSD while listening to records of Nazi propaganda.

His goal is never to make the number one movie. I’m a huge Hunter S Thompson fan, but I was feeling very weary of this film since it has been shelved for almost a year now. After a few chance encounters, Kemp becomes the center of intrigue and corruption while consuming copious amounts of alcohol.

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The language still reeks of his Gonzo fury writing and manages to transport the audience into a drunken rant, as well as secretly educating them on the struggles of a free press. Thompson, “The Rum Diary. The Film District Company: And even if you did not read the book, this film lacks drama, cinematic style, character arcs, a hooking intro, and satisfying ruj.

If you have had the pleasure of reading the great book from Hunter S. Instead this Robinson combined three ax3 into two, which isn’t true to the book and does not work on screen.

The ending of the book was tremendous; the boss Lotterman has a heart attack and dies when he thinks one of the employees was going to beat him up. I rated this movie a 9 and the last film Ruk rated that high was Wubtitles Shining. His writing can repel and enchant with equal measure and has a breakneck spontaneity which is rivaled by its frazzled incoherency.

This was the local bar in which all the works at the newspaper went to everyday and got wasted at.

At least by then the sardonic wit of Thompson was finally present. American journalist Paul Kemp takes on a freelance job in Puerto Rico for a local newspaper during the s and struggles to find a balance between island culture and the expatriates who live there. In the book Paul Kemp and Sanderson represent the dueling persona’s of Hunter, one being a cutthroat athletic type, the other acc3 the booze-hound anti-authoritarian.

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The thhe appears while Johnny Depp sails into the horizon explaining that while its the end of the story ” On top of that did a terrible job of exposing the beautiful landscape of Puerto Rico, shooting everything much too tight not allowing the viewer to get a true feel of the surroundings and native people.

The story lacks any kind of focus jumping xiary a love story, a corrupt land deal, drunken antics, workplace politics and racial tensions.

Bruce Robinson missed the dark tone of the book, did not develop the characters and the environment to its fullest extent.

That was really Johnny Depp’s main focus. With that said, he made a beautiful film for his late friend. It had me laughing out loud on more than one occasion, as well as the packed out cinema that I viewed it with.

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It is for Hunter S. I adored the novel, The Rum Diary and as an aid worker I related to many of the character’s struggles. One key factor that Bruce Robinson screwed up was eliminating the character of Yemon, which was crucial in the book. Watching “The Rum Diary” was liking talking to a drunk grad student; little flashes of genius may linger but after what seems like four hours you realize you’re talking to a drunken idiot and looking for the door.

None of this was portrayed accurately in the film. Thompson played by Johnny Depp was very depressed at the time, getting wasting, working minimal amounts, and having sex with any Puerto Rican girl that was interested. It was funnier than I was expecting and there was romance throughout. Another factor missed was the bar Al’s which played a big role in the book. The one problem many die hard fans of the book may have is with the character of Sanderson.

Instead of using this great ending handed to him, Bruce Robinson steered away from that and it fell flat at the end. Besides the two lead characters in the film, all the workers were alcoholics and Robinson failed at exposing the working environment of the newspaper.

Instead of wasting your ten bucks at the cinema sit down relax and read an amazing book by Hunter S. Personally I loved every minute of this film and think it’s already truly underrated. All in all, when adapting a book like “The Rum Diary,” you have to stay true to the heart balls of the story. Language Set favourite s Login.

In this film, Johnny Depp plays more to the character being a young HST and combines the characteristics of both into Kemp. Thompson an eccentric journalist and novelist who in addition to smoking, snorting, injecting, drinking every drug, alcohol and carcinogen known to man, managed to change the face of journalism by calling it as he sees it.