Based on H. Rider Haggard's timeless tale, King Solomon's Mines revolves around an adventurous mission for a treasure hidden in King Solomon's mines: Elizabeth Maitland hires American safari hunter Allan Quartermain to find her father - Sam Maitland, who has been kidnapped. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
You may also like
King Solomon's Mines torrent reviews
Ako G (gb) wrote: Blood father is an action movie that delivers on the action part, but doesn't do more than that. We see an ex convict living in a trailer park and trying to stay away from alcohol and out of prison. When his daughter, who ran away from home years ago, comes back in the picture his life tilts to the bad side again. His daughter pissed of some gang members and together they run away and try to survive. The final commendatory confrontation between the protective father and the 'evil' gang is there, the emotional daughter father bonding is there, the 'I am a mean killing machine trying to stay good routine' is also there. But nothing throughout the entire movie really stands out, it is all rather dull. Don't get me wrong, it isn't a terrible movie, but it isn't a good one either. If you are interested in a new Mel Gibson movie to see if he can still act a little, then you should watch it, if not don't bother.
Kifah F (fr) wrote: I Love this movie, and seeing it in a theatre was mesmerizing, but honestly I can't imagine this films value to anyone but Crazy Horse Fans, strictly speaking.
Allan C (br) wrote: I remember being very disappointed in this film when it first came out and it unfortunately hasn't improved with age. Johnny Depp and Christoper Walken in an action/suspense flick that takes place in real time sounds like a knockout of a film, but this film is torturously dull and unbelievable. Depp's daughter is kidnapped by a villainous Walken who blackmails him into assassinating the California state governor. Depp then spend the next 90 minutes trying to save his daughter and trying to get out of killing the governor. Thown in the usually reliable director John Badham, and this should have been a lock to be a good film. Badham, Depp and Walken all give a good effort, but the script is the main culprit here for the lifeless film. Once the film gets past the interesting set up, it begins to loose any pretense of credibility. Sure "Die Hard" wasn't a realistic film, but at least characters acted in a logical manner within the context of the film. This film is very much of it's time, when stories of vast conspiracies were so popular in the 1990s. I think it's the vastness of the conspiracy to kill the governor that the film really started to irritate me. With that much money and power plotting to kill the governor, their idea to blackmail a random person they pick out in a train station just seems absurd. There is some decent action towards the end, but watching Depp's various attempts to get out of the assassination and rescue his daughter repeatedly being foiled, usually because it then get's revealed that the person he just went to for help is then also in the plot, which seemed to happen over and over and over. Solid actors Charles S. Dutton, Peter Strauss, Marsha Mason and G.D. Spradlin are all also trapped in this dull film. Overall, the only reason to watch this film is for Christopher Walken as a good villain and the little bit of action at the end.
Jonathan M (ru) wrote: Fucking horrible movie. Each cliche is worse than the next. Reeves proves here that a loaf of bread could have played in his role, and nothing would have changed at all. Also, that little kid verbally abused me throughout the whole film. Everything he said scratched the inside of my eardrums and made me vomit. However, the scene with the giant fake looking cobra and where the lady makes out with a baby elephant are some of the funniest unintentional things a movie has ever shown me.
Lee M (ru) wrote: The important thing here isn't what happens, but how it happens. The movie is so accurately acted, especially by Jim Metzler as Mason and Matt Dillon as Tex, that we care more about the characters than about the plot.
John B (es) wrote: Not bad, not bad. This film is certainly helped by Jimmy Cagney late in his career. I've never been a huge fan of Doris Day's acting abilities but she does okay here. Familiar soundtrack as well.
Brad G (mx) wrote: "Never seen a woman who was more of a man." One of The Great Westerns, Johnny Guitar sizzles with an angry intensity not often found in the genre at this point in time. Joan Crawford is a stern saloon owner determined to make her fortune along the rails of Arizona, but when she calls on a former lover to protect her from Mercedes McCambridge's unbridled hatred the soon-to be-boom-town ignites in reckless, operatic violence. Nicholas Ray shoots a gorgeous picture but it's the spitting stylized dialog that really sets this Western apart from any other. "Down there I sell whisky and cards, up these stairs all you can buy is a bullet in the head." Sterling Hayden is slick and cool as the titular gunfighter but this is Joan Crawford's show--and she owns it as the frontier's toughest broad. VF.
mike m (nl) wrote: Imagine a scenario -you are in a foreign country with crooked cops, running from the CIA. You've lost your phone and your wallet. Worse yet your family has been kidnapped. This movie has a terrific all star cast, wonderful Madrid setting and lots of action. The script is slightly predictable and kind of unrealistic. All in all it was a very entertaining movie.
Sean C (kr) wrote: The feel good movie of the summer for me...like 15 years later. When you're in need of a short, funny movie on a night in, this one's hard to beat.