Last Cannibal World

Last Cannibal World

An oil prospector escapes from capture by a primitive cannibal tribe in the Philippine rain forest and heads out to locate his missing companion and their plane to return home.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:88 minutes
  • Release:1977
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:escape,   rape,   murder,  

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Last Cannibal World torrent reviews

Mark G (es) wrote: Reviews were great, want to go check this movie out.

Christopher B (us) wrote: Low budget film but still good performance by Cuba Gooding Jr.

Richard C (de) wrote: I knew that disconnect with the real audience had something to do with the feminazi agenda.

Saiju G (ru) wrote: i guess ralph macchio gave up on waiting for karate kid IV

sharn G (it) wrote: this movie is kinda scary! but its still really good.

Scott C (mx) wrote: I don't really remember this well enough to comment. Obviously I didn't love it, only giving it 2 stars.

Matthew A (kr) wrote: I really liked this movie. Probably a big part of that is the fact that I spent a month in the Amazon, and seeing films shot there just brings me back to that state of completeness and peace I found while there.

Tim S (mx) wrote: Not by any means is Police Academy a perfect comedy. Enjoying this movie may depend on your nostalgia for it more than anything, which I don't very much, but I enjoy watching it. It's a decent R-rated comedy (something they dropped for the sequels) that has some substance and some good jokes. It's told pretty well and doesn't really get all that deep. It's more like comfort food than anything. You don't have to think too hard about it, but you will find laughs while watching it. All of the characters are memorable and the story is pretty simple. There's little more to say about it really. People from the 80's who enjoyed this movie and its sequels will get a lot more out of it than those who didn't, but still, it's not a bad movie to pop in once in a while.

Alexander C (br) wrote: Would like to see at some stage.

Nate L (es) wrote: great mob film, smart as heck.

Stephen S (jp) wrote: Pretty good, but also kinda disappointing. I guess I've just heard so much about this movie that I was expecting a lot more from it. On a side note, though, John Astin makes me laugh so much here--his character looks ridiculous and insane at the same, and his laugh is really comical. The problem with this film is that the writers tried to focus on having a story way too much, and that took away from the movie as a whole.

Cameron J (br) wrote: Of all the early talkies I've seen, this is probably the best one (so far). The performances by Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert are superb, and possibly the first truly deserving Oscar wins, even by today's standards. The story, directed effectively by the legendary Frank Capra, is an entertaining one - she's a wealthy socialite who runs away from her father to marry a slimy rich dude, and he's a charismatic reporter who keeps her under his protection so she won't get caught by the media circus searching for her. There are tons of funny and obviously influential moments, from the train scene where Colbert sits next to an obnoxious guy and Gable pretends to be her husband so the guy will go away, to the hitchhiking scene where she flashes her leg so a car will pick them up. The story, while admittedly a bit bloated at times, is full of witty dialogue and powerful symbolism, with the "Walls of Jericho" metaphor being the most obvious and potent one. It was the first film (and the only for about 40 years) to win all 5 top Oscars (picture, director, actress, actor, adapted screenplay), and for its time there was hardly a more deserving film.

Aloura M (ca) wrote: Scared me when I was younger, love it.

Evan T (mx) wrote: More obsurdity. If you're looking for fun and gore and mindless exploitation In the way Robert Rodriguez does best here ya go!