Sometimes films are deliberately made slow to start to dripfeed the background to the audience that said sometimes you get this 'boring' start but its really showing how something is going to happen or why a character(s) get embroiled into a plot...but ok there are films with really bad starts, like you said over half an hour is too long to retain bored audience.Wirelessly posted (Sidekick LX: Mozilla/5.0 (Danger hiptop 4.6; U; rv:1.7.12) Gecko/20050920)
Ah, I only watched it for like a little more than thirty minutes, and then I stopped. So, I now don't remmy what it was about.
Yeah, Interview with a Vampire was a good movie. I remember doing a comparison critique between Bram Stoker's Dracula and Interview with a Vampire.yeah they do, i agreed, i seldom watch vampy films (oops the pun) i havent seen this one vampire's assistent - sounds bit more interesting - to date untill i see this new one, i still reckon interview with a vampire is one of the most outstanding vampy film ever -heck as a film in general great narration and great way of how they interwined the old world (magical) and modern world (secular) so brilliently.