Carry on Abroad

Carry on Abroad

A group of holidaymakers head for the Spanish resort of Elsbels for a 4-day visit. When they get there, they find the Hotel still hasn't been finished being built, and the weather is awful. And there is something strange about the staff. They all look very similar. To top it all off, the weather seems to be having an adverse affect on the Hotel's foundations...

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Irene S (es) wrote: based on a true story of a lady named amy watson who died on her honeymoon while diving of the coast of Australia and how her husband of 11 days was accused of her murder. he served 18 months in Australian jails but was found not guilty of nurder in American judicial system. interesting movie, good actors and really makes you analysis thr whole situation throughout the film

Braulio D (jp) wrote: THIS MOVIE IS SO GREAT (SARCASM)IT SHOWS ALL THE BAD THINGS IN PUERTO RICO...PEOPLE WILL THINK THIS IS A PLACE FOR CRIMINALS ONLY....GOOD JOB CACOs...good job

Evan M (au) wrote: Childishly funny but thankfully content with its conciseness, as a fan of the original Fred, this movie was silly fun but never really goes anywhere with it.

Spencer H (jp) wrote: A nice creature feature. If you enjoy "Alien" and the like, you'll enjoy this.

Adam C (fr) wrote: It neither reveals "behind the scenes" of the porn industry, nor entertains as an action drama. Very, very cheap.

Stephen F (ca) wrote: I believe this might well be the worst movie that I have ever seen. I love me some cheesy/bad sci fi, but this was just absolutely painful to watch. The special effects were acceptable, the acting ranged from mediocre to mildly abrasive, with dialogue that the writer just should never have bothered writing, and the plot? Omfg, are you kidding me? How did anyone think that this made sense?? Okay, sure, big businesses take over "the universe", and company A is losing their moon mining bases to robotic pirate raids from company B. Sure, that's fine so far. Company A decides to send convicts from their prison to moon 44 to defend the base, because regular pilots won't volunteer. (Apparently because of the weather??) But the way these, um, helicopters? work, and they have to fly in trenches all the time, the pilots require "navigators", (who also control the speed of said helicopters, for no reason that I can imagine) For which company A brings in teenage whiz kids, and then the whole movie goes straight to shit. No really, this right here is where it all goes wrong: "Hey, these punk ass kids who apparently control "our food, the air you breathe," everything, etc. etc. AND who we depend on to keep us from crashing every time we fly... "So... yeah, lets just abuse them in every way possible, including RAPE one of them in the shower, because we're bad ass convicts, and that somehow makes any sense at all.After a one of the convicts dies in the least surprising way possible, and another gets really really sick from being poisoned by drugs that "would kill a horse twice". The teenagers finally stand up to them in a "dramatic" confrontation, where they threaten the convicts with the already painfully obvious fact that their lives are in the hands of the kids they've been bullying. Really? you mean obvious fact that you obviously established from the beginning of the movie, and continued to reinforce up to now, is ... surprise! still a fact! Yeah, now the convicts back down, because it's cooperation time! Sort of. Well, the robot pirates from company B are coming to swarm the base, so we'll send out ONE helicopter to deal with that, and then when he gets back, we'll send ONE more, to cover our retreat. I mean we've got like a dozen or so helicopters here, and the convicts to fly them, plus the navigators to keep the pilots from crashing, but why waste them, when we could lose the moon base to pirates instead? The base we're supposed to be protecting. The whole reason any of us are here. Yeah, that makes sense.Oh, and the guy running the moon base is secretly diverting their shuttles to the enemy, so the main character is an undercover cop sent to investigate, but that part of the plot is so pointless it's barely worth mentioning here. Suffice to say his actions make as much sense as the rest of this movie, and pointless bad guy gets blown up in the end.Look, I love bad movies. Cheesy old stuff that is so bad its good. But this is not that. This has all the flaws of a bad movie without any of the charm. The special effects and the acting manage to be just nmediocre enough NOT to distract from the plot, which will just insult you over and over, with it's blatant disregard for logic. "The Room" is better than this, because at least that's so ridiculous as to be entertaining. If you want some bad sci fi to watch try "Sleeping Dogs", not this crap.

Bill C (it) wrote: People are defined by the bad things that happen to them in lives. This exceptionally low budget pic makes up for the lack of visual flare with a great intellectual concept and Malkovich in dual roles. The bad part of this movie is Malkovich does an excellent job of portraying a genius scientist which will in all probability bore the general public. Anne Magnuson in her only chance I?ve seen as a leading role gives it her all and it?s very enjoyable. Highly recommended if you live an examined life.

Serge C (br) wrote: If Cesar was concerned about the continuation of his genetic line, than the knowledge that he has a beautiful, fertile granddaughter, is great news for him ! Sure he lost a semi-retarded, inbred nephew, with which he shared 25% of genes (since he shared 50% of genes with his brother). But he also shares 25% of genes with his beautiful & smart granddaughter (since he shared 50% of genes with his hunchback son). Cesar might have felt a lot of guilt but at least he gained lots of hope. Had he only have an inbred nephew, who knows if he was ever marry and/or have healthy kids? So, guilty feelings aside, Cesar must have felt better off at the end of the movie, than the beginning. And since he was rather old, it wasn't such big deal for him to die. So do we see any justice in the movie? Not really. The old man got his wish(i.e. genetic continuity) in ways he wasn't aware of, despite his failure to achieve them through his ignoble deeds. Now if his granddaughter was killed or rendered infertile (e.g. through rape) by his retarded nephew before he committed suicide. Now that would have been true punishment !

Michael O (kr) wrote: I know it's a mess-of-a-movie, but Dolly is delightful and I have come to love Rhinestone for what it is: my #1 guilty pleasure...

Anne F (nl) wrote: Lovely film. Dr Mabuse has been incarcerated in an asylum for many years, but a Police Commissioner finds that a series of crimes points towards Mabuse and the asylum. I particularly enjoyed the performance of Otto Wernicke, who played the Commissioner Lohmann. Sequel to Dr. Mabuse, der Spieler - Ein Bild der Zeit (1922

Drew H (nl) wrote: Faithfull to the book but who cares, boring in film form and dated social values. Much better Dracula films than this.

Moo C (de) wrote: Hercules is very sexy.

Andruw F (mx) wrote: Kids will love it. And it's got a good story and some heart. It's not very good for adults though, but there are some laughs at least, so the family could probably be fine. It's an interesting turn for Adam Sandler, and not just him voicing Dracula.

Shannon W (au) wrote: Another weird one, but pretty funny, in a creepy kinda way.

Arash B (mx) wrote: This movie would have been so much better if it wasn't made at all & Denzel Washington is annoying like always