Russell Crowe fired back at a Twitter user who criticized his film “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World”.
The 56-year-old actor was ridiculed on Twitter when a comedian shared a photo of him from a 2003 Oscar-winning film, encouraging those who are encouraging him to do so. Corona viruses are interfering with sleep during epidemics. .
The Twitter user wrote, “A lot of people complain of lack of sleep during epidemics. I can recommend a master and commander who usually pays a charming, attention-grabbing Russell Crowe.” He wrote. “I didn’t deliver it for ten minutes. You’re welcome. And thank you Russell.”
Several days later, Crowe, who starred in Oscar-winning films such as “Gladiator,” “A Beautiful Mind,” and “The Inside,” defended the film and exposed the people behind it.
“That’s the problem with kids these days. No attention.” The star began to return his applause. “Peter Versace is a great movie. At no cost, sincere for the kingdom and service, based, detailed, epic story. Amazing cinematography of Russell Boyd and a great soundtrack. Definitely an adult movie.”
Crowe highlights Peter Weir, co-writer and director of the film, which was nominated for one of the 10 Academy Awards for Best Director. Meanwhile, Boyd took home one of the film’s two original awards for Best Cinematography. Richard King won another Oscar for Best Sound Editing.
“Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World” was based on three novels by Patrick O’Brien, who created the Aubrey-Maturin series. The film tells the story of Jack Aubrey, a British naval captain in the Napoleonic Wars. When his ship was almost destroyed by a French private jet, Aubrey pursued courage in an attempt to prevent the maximum armored ship from returning to the British whale near the Galapagos Islands.
Crowe was one of the few Hollywood faces to be shown in movie theaters in 2020 with his latest thriller “Engaged” amid the Corona virus epidemic.