King Kong goes Hong Kong as a giant Himalayan beast tries to save a sexy Russia Tarzanette from a sleazy show-biz promoter. The action, locations set in India, and interracial romance made ...

Word of a monster ape ten stories tall living in the Himalayas reaches fortune hunters in Hong Kong. They travel to India to capture it, but wild animals and quicksand dissuade all but ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Jim B (gb) wrote: Yes it was low budget and nobodies going home with an oscar after this, but I thought it was suspenseful and had me interested enough throughout. Great ending too.

Irish T (nl) wrote: very good movie a must see

Christopher D (kr) wrote: Best music film ever made. Watch it, you won't be disappointed.

Casey L (ca) wrote: Didn't really care for it, She's done Better movies,

ToMb W (ag) wrote: give me a break its one of my first childhood movies, enjoyable and decent

Tom T (nl) wrote: gotta change that soundtrack

Ilsa L (es) wrote: What a great debut feature film from Jane Campion! A black comedy about a truly dysfunctional family that does not pass judgement on the characters but captures their strengths, weaknesses and eccentricities. Genevieve Lemon is simply superb as Sweetie.

David B (br) wrote: It's been a long time since I've seen this movie; don't remember the last time I've seen it, but I watched it tonight. It might as well have been the first time, though, because I didn't remember too much of it.I'm not saying anything new when I say that this is a classic. From what I have seen and read of Spike Lee's oeuvre(which I'll admit is not nearly enough), this seems to be the most accessible of his works. It's bold and unapologetically black, but warm and funny with a dash of heaviness to it - basically, it's a Spike Lee joint. The dialogue is snappy and even-paced and the characters are memorable - I remember reading somewhere that even the heat itself seems like it s own character; in the background, always lurking and prodding the tension. I think one of my favorite things about this is that it seems like a small snapshot of a time and place and when it's over, life goes on; it was just a two hour look. At times it's like we're listening in on small-talk conversations that aren't necessarily riviting but interesting nonetheless. Sometimes I'm in the mood for movies that are driven by "unimportant" talk.I was seven when this movie came out, so I don't know first hand how 'Do the Right Thing' was received. I know that it is a reaction to the very real-life racial tensions that existed then and certainly exist now. If ever white America needed evidence that ugly racism and police brutality in the inner-city are nothing new (you may be surprised by how many people think "this whole anti-police attitude" is a new thing), this could be exhibit A.I mean, what year was this movie made? Because, it goes without saying that the last 15 minutes could have taken place in 1969 just as much as it could in 1989, just as it could (and has) in 2016.

Peter P (nl) wrote: One of my favorite Carl Weathers movies from my childhood. Watching it now it seems very dated, and Craig T. Nelson is pretty laughable as the villain, but it is still a decent watch if you like 80's cheese.

Alex M (ca) wrote: Absolutely hilarious. One of our new Christmas favorites.

Angel M (ag) wrote: The only reason i dont like this movie is becaues of several problems,the main is that it doens focuse on the title character and it focuse on the secondary character,other than than and a few more problems the movie is a ok film,and i only recomend on those that are a fan of the secondary character

Tim S (br) wrote: It's true that Switchblade Sisters is one of the better exploitation movies from the era, but I don't agree that it's all good fun. There are things in this movie that made me cringe, such as the lead actress. It's like they hired the most annoying little girl they could find for the part. The rest of the cast is more of the same. I'm not sure why I took such a dislike to the film, but it's probably to do with that. The dialogue is often grating as well. The film picks up in the second half when things really heat up, and the film ends very well. I liked the movie overall despite my dislike for things about it, I suppose, but not enough to warrant recommending it to anybody. I'm sure that exploitation fans will probably get more out of it than I did.