Young Noble outlaws in the famous novel by William Penn have always been a favorite of readers, with an increasing appeal among young people. In this film adaptation, they become something else, something very interesting and a touch of the old school. It’s not just the story that are great, but the way the film is set and the manner in which it is shown.
There’s a long tradition of movies about criminals, of which the movie industry has been extremely popular since its inception. It seems that these kinds of movies are almost as much enjoyed by younger audiences than the older generations. This is perhaps because our heroes are usually young noblemen who have to overcome their evil nature to do good and protect their friends. No doubt they possess great strength of character, which gives them a kind of purity that seems to come from a certain line of literature, namely the Bible.
It’s no accident that the latest big movie star at the moment is Tom Cruise. He is one of the most recognizable Hollywood actors, and this movie certainly makes a great deal of his appeal. One thing that has helped him to be so successful is the manner in which he is presented. The character of one of the Young Noble outlawz in Penn’s latest is Cruise, who has been given the unique role of a lifetime, playing a character almost entirely unlike any other we have seen in films before. One has to ask if it was this role that made him such a popular choice in the first place.
Cruise plays the role of Jean Louis Duvier, a man who roams the outskirts of a small French town. Having been thrown out of the prestigious psychiatric institute that he works for, he uses his time to go out into the boonies and attempt to make a living for himself. Having started out as a trampoline salesman, he comes to realize that he can do far better than that. It is here that his story begins to take shape, and the performances of several other main players really help to fuel the tale. Together, they form a ragtag crew which is faced with many problems, and they must rely on each other to succeed.
One of the most interesting things about Young Noble Ofter is the way in which it seems to be part prequels to the events in the award winning movie, Rain Main. However, the storyline here is very different from that movie. In fact, one could even say that this is an expansion of one of the themes from that film, as the group finds themselves in quite a few new situations, with each one offering them a unique opportunity to pursue their goals. It is in the context of such a plotline that one must also consider the idea that the film might actually be one of those rare films that manages to combine successful acting performances, top-notch visual design, and a well-written screenplay.
For anyone wanting to see the best parts of this film, I would highly recommend checking out the trailers. As with most movies, the best parts are left to be discovered by those who do not mind a bit of a slow pace, and perhaps a bit of mild nudity (in some cases). However, for those wanting to see exactly how exciting this movie can be, then you should look to go see it at the very soonest possible date. The internet is always a great place to find the film for sale, and I expect that the official release will be followed by a number of DVD releases, including an extended cut, which many people have requested.