The movie tells the horrifying story of a young man who awakens alone on a remote beach, marooned there by a violent storm. There, he must confront the grotesque denizens of the night, or heed the Lighthouse Keeper’s cryptic warning to, ‘Always keep a light burning!’ . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Chris B (us) wrote: I was quite looking forward to this film before i sat down to watch it. Paul Greengrass and Tom Hanks depicting a true story, could this be the next Apollo 13?? At first i was hopeful, the film quickly got to Hanks being at sea on the boat with Pirates on the way to him. The ships crew trying to keep the pirates at bay was a tense scene and i was hoping this would continue. Unfortunately from here the tenseness took a back seat and it was more of a personal story between the pirate captain and Hanks' captain. This was especially true when the pirates enter the life raft and what was almost half of the films run time was then spent in this confined space with not much happening. There is one scene near the end where it just seemed endless as the action just went round and round with the pirates not trusting the US Navy and the Navy not trusting the pirates. For me the film could have been better paced with more action and less conversations between the navy and the pirates.
Alexandria J (ru) wrote: I really thought this movie was fantastic. And visually appealing.
donna s (ru) wrote: this movie was awesome unfortunitly it was a remake of thud real movie but still it was awesome and I loved it.
Eric H (ru) wrote: Two ways to look at this film. One way, watching the film as a film professor or professional movie reviewer and rip it to pieces for all the problems and overthe top acting that has been the downfall for so many movies. Or from another point of view just turn on the film and get hooked in so much into this true story that nothing else matters. Yes it was basic movie with the same old plot twists and slapstick but it sticks with you, it moves you with highs and lows. My advice, watch it by yourself, with an open mind realizing that this is a true story no matter how hollywood it may seem and you will be crying your eyes out and love this fill just like I did. Its right up there with field of dreams, my life, and click as far as tear jerkers go..
Mandy W (au) wrote: Classic Blaxploitation!
Sweet G (de) wrote: great movie about #Tolorence being misunderstood and giving students opportunity to things I learned a lot, cool music and the more you learn from others; you hopefully don't have to learn yourself the hard way.
Mohammed A (ca) wrote: It's good movie to watch