Allan Quatermain And The Lost City Of Gold

Allan Quatermain And The Lost City Of Gold

After his brother Robeson disappears without a trace while exploring Africa in search of a legendary 'white tribe', Allan Quatermain decides to follow in his footsteps to learn what became of him. Soon after arriving, he discovers the Lost City of Gold, controlled by the evil lord Agon, and mined by his legions of white slaves.

After his brother Robeson disappears without a trace while exploring Africa in search of a legendary ';white tribe';, Alan Quatermain decides to follow in his footsteps and soon after arriving, he discovers the lost City of Gold, controlled by the evil lord Agon, and mined by his legions of white slaves. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Allan Quatermain And The Lost City Of Gold torrent reviews

Hehaka M (mx) wrote: i would like to see this with me baby girl

M Z (ca) wrote: Fascinating story about one american musician with a passion for music, not for fame. The film has interviews with ex producers all talking about the mystery and talent behind the artist, little investigation part is fairly fast and later we discover who the man actually is. Overall, the film is pretty informative and interesting to watch, although there could have been more objective, less biased interviewees.

Matt B (br) wrote: Slow but gripping, A Most Wanted Man is a well-acted (especially from the late Philip Seymour Hoffman) and stylish espionage thriller. Not incredible, but certainly watchable.

Tammy J (ru) wrote: loved this movie wish they would do the rest of the series

Gabo T (ag) wrote: Hay una idea interesante que no pudo ser transformada en una buena historia. Cuba Gooding Jr. hace un buen papel, pero el guin lo presiona a actuar un involucramiento emocional que la narracin no logra justificar. En mi opinin los tiempos no fueron bien calculados como para hacer ms creble la evolucin de los personajes. Anthony Hopkins realiza una excelenta actuacin y eso le da mayor fuerza al conjunto. No es mala, pero pudo ser mejor. Interesante para psiclogos quizs.

Tamara H (us) wrote: For a movie that features several actors whom I actively dislike (Casey Affleck is particularly awful here) I actually sort of like the film itself. The "quirkiness" works; plus it's always nice to see Peter Sarsgaard and Lucinda Jenney onscreen.

Matthew C (de) wrote: For a comedy that's basically just a series of gags randomly strung together a la Jerry Lewis' The Bellhop, this 1980 cult classic actually works out really well narratively (perhaps a lesson in good editing). Harold Ramis' freshman directorial effort makes excellent use of its "supporting" comedic actors (as well as a goofy little gofer puppet) and casts them as cooky denizens in the world of the country club. Viewed from the perspective of the club's juvenile, golf course caddies, the audience is treated to some truly classic scenes wherein the likes of Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, Rodney Dangerfield, and Ted Knight eat up scenery, stage brilliant slapstick, and over-act to brilliant, comedic effect. While often extremely juvenile and broad, the awe-inducing moments of inspired insanity in Ramis' script, and the improv stylings of greats Chase and Murray make this oddball comedy a treat for the funny-bone. "Cinderella story. Outta nowhere..."

Ken T (ru) wrote: A misfire of a comedy western with John Wayne as wealthy rancher but all round good guy. He's well liked by most well-rounded individuals, except for those who are not ethically correct - who also happen to be men in power. He is also met by his estranged wife, who also dislikes him - she prefers the high life of Newport to that of the rougher frontier life. Hijinks and shenanigans aplenty, including a fight that gets everyone muddy. But the acting isn't stellar, the jokes and situations often lame and the film goes on much too long and despite this, doesn't tie up many of the loose ends! Still the film does look good (when doesn't Arizona look good on film?) and the film is somewhat reminiscent of The Quiet Man in terms of pairing O'Hara and Wayne as a couple at odds.

Tara H (fr) wrote: Fifties technicolor musical with some great songs, sharp lines and brilliant acting. Marlon Brando is charismatic as always, but Sinatra is even better. Vivian Blaine lends stellar support as long-suffering Adelaide. 'Luck Be A Lady Tonight' and 'Sit Down You're Rocking The Boat' are among the many musical highlights. It may not be as rated as highly as some of the classic musicals, but it remains a personal favourite of mine.

jacquelin A (ru) wrote: I love this movie!!!!!

Becky L (it) wrote: Very inspirational! A perfect way to show the different sides of being a true Godly Father; and including the good and the bad sides to any family in general. Sherwood has been faithful about making wonderful family movies; can't wait for the next one!