I Sailed to Tahiti with an All Girl Crew
It's silliness on the high seas as two sneaky sailors race across the South Pacific in this fast-paced and campy comedy. The fun begins when one bets the other $20,000 that he, with an all girl crew, be the first to Tahiti in a sailboat race. The other, not to be outdone, has a few monkeyshines up his sleeve and actually wins the race. The beaten bettor then makes the claim, that he can beat the victor to the mainland using a crew comprised of baboons. That is too much to resist for the other and the race is on.
- Stars:Gardner McKay, Fred Clark, Diane McBain, Pat Buttram, Richard Denning, Edy Williams, Mary O'Brien, Jeanne Rainer, Bebe Louie, Arlene Charles, Betty South, Douglas Mossman, Zulu, Al Alawai, Duke Kahanamoku's International Surfing Champs,
- Director:Richard L. Bare,
- Writer:Richard L. Bare (screenplay), Richard L. Bare (story), Henry Irving, George O'Hanlon (story)
'Generous' Josh belittles the sailing abilities of his friend Terry O'Brien, and Terry counters by betting Josh $20,000 that, using an all-female crew, he can beat him in a race to Tahiti. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(kr) wrote: You know those moments in Rob Zombies Halloween 2, where you're just sitting there wondering what the hell is going on and why did anyone not tell him this is one of the worst things that's ever been made??? That's pretty much this entire film.Don't see it... Just don't... I love his music, some of his films are good, but this is not one of them
(ag) wrote: great to hear from the people themselves
(fr) wrote: I love it but not so sure about what it is!!!
(us) wrote: that screaming sound you hear, is the sound of your braincells gleefully committing suicide...
(fr) wrote: Another easily forgettable movie. Nothing too funny here.
(ag) wrote: Hmm...all this talk about how Harry Palmer is the anti-Bond. That may have been true in the first two movies (Ipcress, Funeral) but here it seems both the author and the director have decided if you can't beat 'em join 'em. Farcisal plot, femme fatale, megamaniacal bad guy and shoot em up finale. Only this time the bad guy is from Texas and the good guys are from Russia. How clever. Finnish scenes provide some down to earth aspects in otherwise campy computer silliness. Well, on tis regard we can agree: Palmer is an anti-hero. He just meanders about from scene to scene and doesn't do anything.
(kr) wrote: Excelente filme belico, realizado a la par con el conflicto real en Corea. Sin un atisbo de patriotismo ni propaganda, la historia intimista se concentra en lo que pasa entre los soldados, sus miedos y pensamientos. El director sirvio mucho tiempo durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial, por lo cual sabia de lo que hablaba, entregando realismo a este relato tan visceral y libre de fachada pro-americana. Pese a ser filmado enteramente en estudio y con un presupuesto ridiculo, vuelve a imponerse el genio creador de Fuller, sorprendiendo con su manera unica de ver el cine. Sobresaliente.
(mx) wrote: Frustrating and poorly made, this third chapter has an intriguing beginning but the development lacks the unbearable tension of the first film and the unstoppable action of the second, while its final act is like a tiresome slasher movie and the CGI of the creature atrocious.
(jp) wrote: Black Hawk Down is a gritty, intense, and graphic depiction of the 1993 Battle of Mogadishu. I've seen my fair share of war movies in the past few months, and this was one that felt extremely authentic. I appreciate how much effort they put into making it realistic, and I thought the presentation of the overwhelming amount of opposition they faced was done well. You felt like the odds were heavily stacked against these soldiers, and that made the entire thing harrowing. For two and a half hours we watch as dozens and dozens of now-famous actors run around, fire guns, and shout at one another. It's such an unrelenting assault on the senses that I did not get to know the characters names let alone their personalities. I was constantly thinking of them solely as the actor who played them. In addition, the frenetic nature of the action made it difficult to figure out where people were within the city and in relation to one another. Perhaps the darkest part of this film is how it dehumanizes the Somali people. In many ways I felt like I was watching a zombie movie or something like that, considering how mindlessly evil they made the enemy. It was to the point that you are expected to cheer when the helicopters swoop in and start slaughtering dozens of men with each sweep. Then they plaster the numbers at the end of total lives lost and we see the relatively small number of American deaths and the massive number of Somali deaths, and I just find myself wondering why they are even counting their deaths considering how glorious they made the deaths appear in the movie. It's still a well-made film, and I was definitely not bored by it, but I wish they made some different choices in the way the story was told.
(au) wrote: Though I take issue with the third act, the movie is taut and compelling for its short duration.