Beneath the 12-Mile Reef
Mike and Tony Petrakis are a Greek father and son team who dive for sponges off the coast of Florida. After they are robbed by crooks, Arnold and the Rhys brothers, Mike decides to take his men to the dangerous 12-mile reef to dive for more sponges. Mike suffers a fatal accident when he falls from the reef leaving Tony to carry on the business. But now he has a companion, Gwyneth Rhys.
- Stars:Robert Wagner, Terry Moore, Gilbert Roland, J. Carrol Naish, Richard Boone, Angela Clarke, Peter Graves, Jay Novello, Jacques Aubuchon, Gloria Gordon, Harry Carey Jr.,
- Director:Robert D. Webb,
- Writer:A.I. Bezzerides
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(nl) wrote: Good movie. Really enjoyed the 1960s feeling. Better prequel than its predecessor.
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(kr) wrote: At first I was a little annoyed by the bickering dialogue style and the exceedingly bizarre eccentricities of the French family, but toward the end (around the time of the gallery opening) I began to develop a greater appreciation for its strange absurdities throughout.
(ca) wrote: I love mumblecore for some reason, this was a good film.
(us) wrote: British filmakers are so special to show Victorian times. Delicacy, great dark colors, great! Love this movie.
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(mx) wrote: Tantalisingly tense and beautifully performed, Pedro Almodovar's passionate 1997 drama never delivers a dull moment. Almodovar's film is an unhinged spiral of chaotic character conflict and raw, unabashed drama that thrusts its way to a quivering climax with truly thrilling vigour. A modern classic of Spanish cinema and by far one of the great auteur's finest works to date.
(fr) wrote: THE BEST Crispin Glover movie of all time.
(nl) wrote: Luis Buuel's Tristana takes place in the early nineteenth century in Spain in a avarage catholic town. We follow the life of the 19-years-old girl named Tristana (Deneuve) who is married to her stepfather Don Lope, who gives her very limited freedom, it's even litmited when it comes to, leaving the house without the Don's promission. But she one day decides to go out, and then she falls in love with a painter, how will this end? Will she runaway from her Don or stay with him? Tristana is a good and well fought story, specialy to watch and analyze the drastics changes in the Deneuve character. Thumbs up.
(ru) wrote: I thought this was a good movie, enjoyed it
(ca) wrote: I'm not a Nolan-enthusiast, so I'm pleasantly surprised by how much I actually like this film. It has a clever, dense plot that I think is quite masterfully constructed, offering just enough exposition to allow you to follow what's going on without resorting to tedious explanatory scenes that don't advance the plot. I think I would like the film even more if Nolan had not directed it. I find his style to be oppressively heavy, and I think it weighs down what should be a lighter, more fun film.
(jp) wrote: Another Hugh Grant comedy that is pleasant to watch