MANIFEST DESTINY: THE LEWIS AND CLARK MUSICAL ADVENTURE (Film Macon Film Festival Macon Georgia USA 2016)

 Ben Meyers’ rating: 3.9|5.0 Starsììì 

Manifest Destiny: The Lewis and Clark Musical Adventure taints itself with a little Monty Python (fake horses), Muppets (Bald Eagle Puppet), and its general silliness that incorporates numerous classic comedic personalities and styles. The choice of topic, Manifest Destiny, pits the main topic against the drivers of destiny. The movie, if there is no other choice for entertainment, can be appreciated by unique audiences with time to explore alternative forms of entertainment. Be aware that this presentation works at a high level of artistic presentation.

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Storyline 

A quick review of the Lewis Clark expedition across continent to the Pacific Ocean. 

Additional Thanks 

Thank you to Director Anthony Parisi for directing effort. Thank you to Executive Producer Joshua Sikora for making the film possible. Additional characters/cast include: William Clark (Jeremy Hoffman), Meriwether Lewis (Kev Abrams), Thomas Jefferson (Jesse Olson), Sacajawea (Krissy Terry), Eagle (Voice of Matt Bittner), Abigail (Kerri Hellmuth), and Narrator (Voice of Chuck Neighbors). 


Buy a ticket
? Yes? No? Maybe? 

Yes. The movie is worth watching for a study of unusual formatting, a different musical presentation, and its interpretation of motivations for actions taken by those in power and those who undertake dangerous and difficult ventures. For a general audience, the movie will not be appreciated.

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