Men steal for it. Nations go to war for it. The it is oil - and it grows on trees. Coconut oil is the precious lifeblood of 1870s South Seas traders. And lots of real blood will be spilled to get it! Screen royalty Burt Lancaster ist His Majesty O'Keefe in this last of three adventures that (along with The Flame and the Arrow and The Crimson Pirate) blew a revitalizing wind into the sails of the swashbucker genre. Action, cunning and derring-do are watchwords of the title seafarer as he befriends, defends and ultimately rules the islanders of exotic Yap. Lensed on gorgeus Fiji locations, grandly scored by Robert Farnon and rousingly directed by Byron Haskin, His Majesty O'Keefe delivers heroics of regal proportions.
Neil C (nl) wrote: Scott Adkins is more wooden than a kung-fu practice dummy, but by god he can kick! Compared to the 1st movie, this is a masterpiece....On it's own its a competent martial arts flick.
Nicola W (au) wrote: Not as good as the 1st film. Very predictable and the story was quite weak.
AW C (ag) wrote: Shane Black expertly Shane-Blacks Iron Man with typical Shane Black wit. His tendency to poke fun at and utilize cliches is also here to full effect.
Frank L (br) wrote: A zombie cartoon...see the first 10 minutes then you've seen it all...Prolly best seen stoned or drunk.
Paul S (fr) wrote: I'm not sure what Procul Harum have got to do with this (see movie info), however it's a great play wonderfully filmed and an acting masterclass especially by Stephen Rea. This is a truncated version of Michael Frayn's play, much of it filmed on location in and around Niels Bohr's old house in Copenhagen, which helps to create a haunting and authentic atmosphere. It's powerful stuff, it's beautifully directed and by the end of it (believe it or not), you'll actually have learned a little about quantum physics and the uncertainty principal.
Drew D (au) wrote: sounds interesting...maybe
Indu R (gb) wrote: I thought this movie was a good drama. The cast was good and the plot was good being based on a true story. The movie truly depicts the violent outbursts of Antwone Fisher and is very dramatic in showing how the search for his family changes his life.
FORPEACE H (es) wrote: this was not my fav Shahrukh movie
Jesus G (ca) wrote: parte de la triloga del proletariado o como dice Aki Kaurismki la triloga de los perdedores, es la tercera pelcula que veo de Aki Kaurismki y aunque el las actuaciones son tan "dead pan" y la trama es mnima hay mas vida aqu que en muchas de las pelculas de estos das.
Hayley K (fr) wrote: Love this film. Sadly most of the original version was cut. I'd love to see a director's cut released.
Alex M (nl) wrote: Due for a remake? ;-)
Kevin S (br) wrote: Francis, known as the Brando of the mule set, later went on to head TAAG (talking animal actors guild). His career was ruined, however, when, in 1965, he was caught in a scandalous homosexual tryst with TV legend Mr. Ed.
Plain C (it) wrote: It's just a montage of everything he's done. Narcissistic prick. I like him but this was too much. Bell