Congo: The Grand Inga Project

Congo: The Grand Inga Project

They are the world's biggest rapids, thundering down the final pitch of the mighty Congo River. Legendary kayaker Steve Fisher and his elite expedition team battle seemingly insurmountable obstacles, navigate the maddening politics of a broken Central African country and face their own worst fears in an attempt to be the first explorers to survive the Inga Rapids.

The film follows kayak icon Steve Fisher and his team on their deadly challenge: take a first descent of the Inga Rapids. Consist of the bravest and most skillful paddlers on Earth, the team is expected to beat it up and unlock new achievement. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Congo: The Grand Inga Project torrent reviews

Bernie L (br) wrote: Oi Vey! This was worse than the original, which was pretty bad to start with. The acting was bad, story was bad, and the ending is just a complete joke.

Helen W (de) wrote: Thought buy now they would be famous cause since part one they were trying to make it big and making a part 3 was a no,no cause they still not famous so the movie wasn't call for unless they made it big and living there dreams. :(

Linda B (fr) wrote: This is the first Mike Leigh film I've watched, found it quite compelling viewing. Imelda Staunton gives a first rate performance in the principal role.

bill s (de) wrote: Not a big musical fan but the stories well enough for someone who really is not into this genre to enjoy.

Mark O (br) wrote: Brilliant film on many levels

Aj V (jp) wrote: A bizarre tale indeed, but an interesting one too.

Matthew L (de) wrote: A highly effective piece of British propaganda from Ealing Studios made at a time when the outcome of the war hung in the balance. Incredibly violent for the time and still shocking by todays standards, where else other than John Carpenter's Assault on Precinct 13 can you see a young child shot? Yes some of the acting is a little ropy but that probably has more to do with a quick turn around in production. If this isn't a highly praised piece of British film making, it should be.

James B (it) wrote: Lame film, very boring but make me queasy at times which i liked a bit.

Anthony K (jp) wrote: The perfect antidote to the blughh American Beauty, this one is more about the inescapable, ugly human condition Midwestern folk deny in their pleasant banality. The characters deteriorate steadily throughout the course of the film (with one big exception), in some cases even physically. It's funny, dark, poignant, and really really smart. Alexander Payne was great even then.

Gman H (ag) wrote: Some laughs here & there, but average at best![5/10]