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Rod Steiger en The Illustrated Man (1969).

The Illustrated Man

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Adaptation of Ray Bradbury's short story collection about a guy whose tattoos each tell a different eerie sci-fi fable. From the several choices available in the book, three are chosen, one about a pair of children's holodeck-type adventures, one about astronauts stranded on Venus going crazy in search of shelter, and another about how a family reacts to the last day of existence. All intriguing concepts, sure, but completed in a drab way (as far as both the writing and production values), a torturously slow-paced and weakly acted mess. Rod Steiger is the illustrated man himself as well as the central force in all the stories, and his manner of over-acting comes off as too aggressive. He just seems like…

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Adaptation of Ray Bradbury's short story collection about a guy whose tattoos each tell a different eerie sci-fi fable. From the several choices available in the book, three are chosen, one about a pair of children's holodeck-type adventures, one about astronauts stranded on Venus going crazy in search of shelter, and another about how a family reacts to the last day of existence. All intriguing concepts, sure, but completed in a drab way (as far as both the writing and production values), a torturously slow-paced and weakly acted mess. Rod Steiger is the illustrated man himself as well as the central force in all the stories, and his manner of over-acting comes off as too aggressive. He just seems like…

Adaptation of Ray Bradbury's short story collection about a guy whose tattoos each tell a different eerie sci-fi fable. From the several choices available in the book, three are chosen, one about a pair of children's holodeck-type adventures, one about astronauts stranded on Venus going crazy in search of shelter, and another about how a family reacts to the last day of existence. All intriguing concepts, sure, but completed in a drab way (as far as both the writing and production values), a torturously slow-paced and weakly acted mess. Rod Steiger is the illustrated man himself as well as the central force in all the stories, and his manner of over-acting comes off as too aggressive. He just seems like…