Beyond Borders is an epic tale of the turbulent romance between two star-crossed lovers set against the backdrop of the world's most dangerous hot spots. Academy Award winner Angelina Jolie stars as Sarah Jordan, an American living in London in 1984. She is married to Henry Bauford son of a wealthy British industrialist, when she encounters Nick Callahan a renegade doctor, whose impassioned plea for help to support his relief efforts in war-torn Africa moves her deeply. As a result, Sarah embarks upon a journey of discovery that leads to danger, heartbreak and romance in the far corners of the world.
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Na D (ag) wrote: Nice landscape picutres. But unfortunately I don't like Reinhold Messner, he is so arrogant.
Erno K (de) wrote: Extreme sports appeal to me in some weird way, even though I'd never do them myself. I enjoy crazy people do loco things for me, so I don't have to. I guess it's the spirit of exploration, the journeying into the unknown that I crave. The places are fast running out in the globe to find virgin territories. Well, extreme skiers found some places. These guys, and one woman, jump into a helicopter, or more coolly, climb the mountains themselves, and then shoot down them. The slopes would kill any normal skier inside a couple of minutes, but these bastards seem to enjoy their activity. In fact, I got the feeling that even amongst the pros, people are dropping like flies in the mountains. But whatever floats your boat holmes, I am happy if my most dangerous activity will be to decide what brand of nachos I'll buy. It's comforting, though, to know that the spirit of adventuring hasn't died in this complacent, safe world of ours. Still, I'll leave the mountaineering to the people who know what they are doing, I'll just keep spying on their adventure every time they care to make a documentary of their exploits.
Riley O (de) wrote: It's a B movie indefinitely but it'd be lying if it was said, it's not a good time of senseless action. It's entertainment.
Lee M (nl) wrote: Suzanne becomes a far-from-objective anthropologist discovering and indulging in the native rituals of various tribes in the urban jungle of New York City.
Jakki J (fr) wrote: One of my favorite romantic comedies. I love the innocence and naivety of the characters. Sad, but so sweet and even hilarious at times. A must watch!
Paul D (fr) wrote: The best film to cry and cry and cry too!
Myles L (ru) wrote: Joans last forray into film finds her slurred and with wig slightly askew in this unintentionally hilarious crap, she stars as a scientist who becomes adoptive mother of a prehistoric monster! watch out for Joans blatant Pepsi product placement. The miniscule budget is obvious in the production values (the special effect have to be seen to be believed!)but even drunk and with a ludicrous script Joan goes for that oscar in a performance far better than this tripe deserves.
Van R (ag) wrote: Burt Reynolds, Clint Walker, and Ossie Davis make up a threesome of thieves in "Rough Night in Jericho" director Arnold Laven's comic western "Sam Whiskey" about an elaborate "Mission: Impossible" heist at the Denver Mint in the 19th century. Actually, Laura Breckenridge (busty Angie Dickinson of "Rio Bravo") uses her natural endowments to seduce free booting adventurer Sam Whiskey (Burt Reynolds of "Mystery, Alaska") to pull the ultimate job. First, Sam must raise a quarter of a million dollars in gold ingots from a sunken riverboat at the bottom of the Platte River. Second, he must then substitute the real gold for the gold-painted lead bars in the Denver mint with nobody the wiser or Laura may wind up serving time in prison. Third, he must get away without getting caught so he can enjoy the $20-thousand that she is paying him to pull the job. Before Sam can pull the job, he has to convince his old inventor buddy O.W. Bandy (Clint Walker of "None But The Brave") and his new blacksmith pal Jed Hooker (Ossie Davis of "BubbaHo-Tep") to help him. Jed likes the five grand that Sam is going to pay him, but O.W. is reluctant to join them because he was to devote his time to his inventions. Sam lures O.W. into a liquor drinking contest and gets O.W. so drunk that he passes out and doesn't awaken until Sam and Jed are well on the way to the Platte River to fetch the gold. Initially, O.W. isn't pleased with Sam's conniving ways and he climbs out of the wagon and grasps the back wheel so it won't roll. Eventually, O.W. and Sam reach an agreement and they continue to the river. Little do our heroes know it but they are being trailed by a suspicious looking gent wearing thick lensed glasses who likes to surround himself with plug-ugly, hardcase types to do his dirty work. O.W. devises a breathing apparatus that involves a bellows to pump air through a lengthy hose that is attached to a bucket. The diver has to go fifteen feet to the riverboat and look down at his hands and feet to find his way around. Just as our heroes are getting a knack for diving, the villain, known only as 'the Fat Man' (Rick Davis of "What Waits Below") and his men overpower O.W. as well Jed who were out in the boat. Meanwhile, Sam--diving when the villains arrive--hides in the smokestack of the river boat. The villains end up doing the heavy lifting and pull the entire quarter of a million in gold off the ship. Sam swims back to shore as the villains are about to hang Jed and O.W. and rescues them, gets the gold, and leaves the villains the worse for their wear. Afterward, our heroes penetrate the Denver Mint after Laura kidnaps Treasury Inspector Thorston Bromley (Woodrow Parfrey of "Planet of the Apes") and holds him as a hostage while Sam impersonates him so he can get into the mint. Director Arnold Laven uses comedy to lessen the far-fetched nature of this western outing and Reynolds delivers a crisp comic performance. Burt Reynolds fans who haven't seen "Sam Whiskey" are missing a real treat.
Brett B (kr) wrote: Fine production design, a game cast of characters, and a suitably eerie musical score. Not in the upper tier of Hammer flicks, but it gets the job done.
Robbie N (de) wrote: A pretty decent animated movie, yet a poor tribute to Looney Tunes on the big screen. Most of the real actors deliberately overact to add to the goof and silliness of this kids film. Perhaps a little stupid and nonsensical at times, but this film holds its grounds with witty lines, hyperactive action sequences and a plethora of lovable LT characters.