Donovan's Reef

Donovan's Reef

'Guns' Donovan prefers carousing with his pals Doc Dedham and 'Boats' Gilhooley, until Dedham's high-society daughter Amelia shows up in their South Seas paradise.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:109 minutes
  • Release:1963
  • Language:English,French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancing,   spanking,   beach,  

'Guns' Donovan prefers carousing with his pals Doc Dedham and 'Boats' Gilhooley, until Dedham's high-society daughter Amelia shows up in their South Seas paradise. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Chandos E (gb) wrote: Regardless of which side you land on on this issue, this film is a wake-up call to the problems our country faces in terms of job loss and economic growth. Definitely worth a see to better understand what we're up against.

Mark O (es) wrote: Didn't love it. Didn't hate it either.

Roshan P (fr) wrote: velayudham was a very very very very good movie, i have watched it more than 5 times already and i will not get tired of it! there is nothing wrong about the movie

Justin B (ag) wrote: More profoundly retarded schlock from Japan. R-rated episode of The Power Rangers. I must say though; beyond the sexploitation these films always have a strong female lead who kicks ass for herself and not some hunk.

Jon P (de) wrote: Gorgeously grisly from beginning to end, Mel Gibson's Mayan pet project is 138 minutes of unadulterated movie mayhem.Self-built sets and magnificent make-up effects hark back to the epics of old Hollywood, and evoke a similar sense of awe. Meanwhile, the film delivers fast-paced action characterised by frightening brutality and a hyper-real sense of urgency, making for an always-immersive cinematic experience. Sure, the bubble is burst during one ludicrous birth scene, but Apocalypto's sheer ambition never fails to impress and its harrowing and enduring images are certain to leave scars. The film is barbaric and berserk in all the right ways, and more.

Dervilla O (ru) wrote: Very outdated two character melodrama that belongs to the 1970s when transexuals were "novel". Usually I'm a fan of de Niro but didn't like him in this movie but thought Philip Seymour Hoffman was superb.

tanya h (au) wrote: watched this movie the other day and really enjoyed it.

Cathy M (it) wrote: Pretty ok movie, a bit too sappy for my likings though.

Nick D (fr) wrote: Ophul's lavish, over-the-top telling of the exploits of courtesan Lola Montes looks like the bastard child of Douglas Sirk and Fellini. The centerpiece is her affair with the King of Bavaria (not Ludvig), which launches a revolution (Hitler hated foreign corruptions, too, and he hung out in Munich). Martine Carole is voluptuous, looking one moment like Vivian Leigh, the next like Jennifer Jones. A young Oskar Werner is adorable, also.

Cory O (fr) wrote: Not much to say about this movie. About what was expected

Jordan J (ag) wrote: This was really good

Ken D (mx) wrote: Saw it again after 7 years and I must say that this thriller still holds up. Although it has flaws like the lack of character development, it's still a very entertaining movie to watch. The story is smart, yes it borrows heavily from other movies, but it can do that because it has a voice of its own. The pace is perfect, action rock solid and performances by LaBeouf, Monaghan and Billy Bob Thornton all outstanding. Underrated, if you ask me.

R R (gb) wrote: It's like a really bad Jurrasic Park. Poor casting choice and no chemistry. Bad script, directing and score.

Kirsty M (us) wrote: This is really terrible. Every stereotype teen movie rolled into one.

Jim B (nl) wrote: As I admire greatly the work of Peter Mullan, I went out of my way to find this film in its limited run in the states. Peter Mullan, as he does with all his work, again layers this performance with so many wonderful, complex and interesting moments, it becomes impossible to look away. I also found myself extremely appreciative of Paddy Considine's mesmerizing dark script and perfectly nuanced direction. But perhaps I am most grateful for introducing me to the work of Olivia Colman. Ms. Colman gave in Tyrannosaur, undoubtedly one of the most brilliant female performances of the year in one of the most overlooked films of 2011. Even while the dark nature of this film makes it less a candidate for multiple viewings, I found myself upon a second watch, surprised to find so much more to appreciate within Tyrannosaur. Erik Wilson cinematography is wonderful and just so very right for this story. Dan Baker and Chris Baldwin's original music was a delight and made you want more. Simon Rogers's production design and Andrew Ranner's art direction immersed you in this too somber world. I can find no editor's credit, but assume it likely Paddy's as well. Yes, that was spot on also. But to sum up, while the dark and brooding nature of this film may give some viewers pause or lessen its appreciable merit, this is no less than a truly masterful little film done to perfect precision by writer/director Paddy Considine. Which excites us about his upcoming project, The Leaning. When Paddy, when?

Alexi T (de) wrote: 2 words can be used to describe this: boring & crap!

Hannah D (gb) wrote: I think the plot sounds boring but it aught to be worht watching for the accents alone.

Eric M (es) wrote: i don't own this one yet !!