Giff Hoyt , a cafe owner in Cabo Blanco, Peru after World War II is caught between refuge-seeking Nazis and their enemies. After the murder of a sea explorer is passed off as accidental death by the corrupt local police, Giff becomes suspicious. The police chief also intimidates a new arrival Marie, and Giff intervenes to help her. Giff suspects Beckdorff, a Nazi refugee living in the area. Beckdorff, it emerges, is seeking to uncover sunken treasure.
- Stars:Charles Bronson, Jason Robards, Dominique Sanda, Fernando Rey, Simon MacCorkindale, Camilla Sparv, Gilbert Roland, Denny Miller, James Booth, Jorge Russek, Clifton James, Ernest Esparza III, José Chávez, Carlos Romano, Martin LaSalle,
- Director:J. Lee Thompson,
- Writer:Víctor Andrés Catena (story), Jaime Comas Gil (story), Morton S. Fine (screenplay), Milton S. Gelman (screen story), Milton S. Gelman (screenplay), Ja
Offshore near Caboblanco, Peru, an explorer of sea wrecks is murdered. However, local authorities decide that the official cause of death is "accidental drowning." Among the skeptical is ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: If you have brothers you're close to.. watch it with them haha
(ag) wrote: Another supernatural horror "found footage" which should not be on a big screen, written and directed by Ric White. The movie stars Doug Moore, Stephanie Love, Amber Bland and Ric White. The film is based on the book The Authenticated History of the Bell Witch by M.V. Ingram, a newspaper reporter, concerning the Bell Witch legend. It was shot in less than a month with most of the filming taking place at several locations in Sumner County, Tennessee, including the historic Rock Castle in Hendersonville, Tennessee and the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church. The good thing about this movie is that presents the historical facts correctly... In real life, in the early 1800s, John Bell moved his family from North Carolina to the Red River bottomland in Robertson County, Tennessee, settling in a community, Red River, which became Adams, Tennessee many years later. Bell purchased some land and a large house for his family. Over the next several years, he acquired more land, increasing his holdings to 328 acres, and cleared a number of fields for planting. He also was made an Elder of Red River Baptist Church. The Bells also had three more children after moving to Tennessee. One day in 1817, John Bell was inspecting his corn field when he encountered a strange-looking animal sitting in the middle of a corn row. Shocked by the appearance of this animal, which had the body of a dog and the head of a rabbit, Bell shot several times. The animal vanished. Bell thought nothing more about the incident, at least not until after dinner. That evening, the Bells began hearing "beating" sounds on the outside walls of their log house. The mysterious sounds continued with increased frequency and force each night. Bell and his sons often hurried outside to catch the culprit but always returned empty-handed. In the weeks that followed, the Bell children began waking up frightened, complaining that rats were gnawing at their bedposts. Not long after that, the children began complaining of having their bed covers pulled from them and their pillows tossed onto the floor by a seemingly invisible entity. As time went on, the Bells began hearing faint, whispering voices, which too weak to understand but sounded like a feeble old woman singing hymns. The encounters escalated, and the Bells' youngest daughter, Betsy, began experiencing brutal encounters with the invisible entity. It would pull her hair and slap her relentlessly, often leaving welts and hand prints on her face and body. The disturbances, which John Bell told his family to keep a secret, eventually escalated to such a point that he decided to share his "family trouble" with his closest friend and neighbour, James Johnston. Johnston and his wife spent the night at the Bell home, where they were subjected to the same terrifying disturbances that the Bells had experienced. After having his bedcovers removed and being slapped repeatedly, Johnston sprang out of bed, exclaiming, "In the name of the Lord, who are you and what do you want!" There was no response, but the remainder of the night was relatively peaceful. The entity's voice strengthened over time to the point that it was loud and unmistakable. It sang hymns, quoted scripture, carried on intelligent conversation, and once even quoted, word-for-word, two sermons that were preached at the same time on the same day, thirteen miles apart. Word of this supernatural phenomenon soon spread outside the settlement, even to Nashville, where then-Major General Andrew Jackson took a keen interest. This movie tries to get all these things happening in the modern time... but in the way that it was boring, stupid and simply nave! Director could be anyone, camera work was mostly done on equipment which every teenager can probably find in their own room, screenplay had awful dialogues , and acting was shocking! Enough said...
(ag) wrote: A classic Altman picture, with a large ensemble, multiple storylines, overlapping dialogue and a story that is more than just about a murder, but the social class within the house the story is set in. The camera moves as if it was a fly in the room, weaving in and out and listening in on the servants and the rich, which makes the movie always interesting. This is one of Altman's more enjoyable films and it also helps when you have a cast of esteemed British actors in front of the camera. Grade: A-
(ag) wrote: "About a Boy" overcomes predictability with sentimentality, wit, and sincerity.
(ag) wrote: Intense look at violence in the American School system and amongst its youth. Great cast.
(fr) wrote: I love this movie! I feel sorry for Lloyd, because no one liked him in the movie. I want to see it again.
(jp) wrote: What a pile of garbage
(it) wrote: great movie shirley temple and john wayne are great in this movie
(fr) wrote: i wouldn't call this a noir, but solid journalism drama. great details and some heart-wrenching scenes.
(ag) wrote: Sad, if a little preachy.
(de) wrote: at least the story is not that mainstream. love the flying scenes feels like im watching the aviator :D
(it) wrote: An amusing romantic comedy that had me smiling at times. On the other hand, Howard Hawks seems not to have understood how unsympathetic his characters were... the blithe amorality of his characters works much better in "His Girl Friday," when the goal is to lampoon the cynicism of the newspaper industry. It doesn't work as well, in my opinion, when it appears in a screwball romantic comedy.
(nl) wrote: Enjoyable. Acting is solid, so I appreciate that.
(us) wrote: Vive. La. Drogue. Hilarious surrealist(ic) masterpiece. And I watched it sober.
(kr) wrote: no thanks not my kinda thing