Lost in Alaska

Lost in Alaska

Two volunteer firemen rescue a gold prospector from suicide. However, once they discover that the police mistakenly want them for murder, they travel with the prospector to Alaska to help chase his girl. Once they arrive, the men discover that most of the town wants the prospector dead. It's up to Abbot and Costello to keep him alive, or else San Francisco is ready to hang them for the murder.

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Andrew M (de) wrote: Monsters vs. Aliens is hilarious and intriguing. This is DreamWorks best film yet. This movie has a great plot. I would very much suggest this movie.

Charlie M (jp) wrote: After a near death experience, a man takes a deep look at his life. Yawn!

George I (ag) wrote: Inconceivable (!) that i could stand to watch this on Youtube at 320p, but I did. There's not enough landscape porn to make hi-def viewing a pre-requisite, but I will be getting the blu-ray and putting it next to The Matrix and Groundhog Day.

Cattermole E (es) wrote: youve gotta watch it!!!!

Allan C (es) wrote: Solid wartime jungle survival film from co-writer/director John Huston about marine Robert Mitchum and nun Deborah Kerr finding themselves marooned on an island in the Pacific during WWII. There's great on screen chemistry between Mitchum and Kerr, which really grounds the film. There's also an interesting subtext around the rituals of the Marine Corps and the Catholic church. Good suspense and believable characters make this one kid of minor classic, which is reportedly Mitchum's favorite film of his.

Karen H (de) wrote: 2016-06-22 confusing at times but not bad. Jennifer Connelly is very good and sings surprisingly well.

bill s (br) wrote: As a movie it's a zero but as soft porn it's a ten.

Kevin M W (mx) wrote: There's drama afoot in the exclusive halls of the Grand Hotel as the rich and famous cavort to their wont and pleasure. Filmed pre-code, some of yhe drama boldly crosses over into salacious territory: witness as Joan Crawford fields the age old query as to whether she like to "take dictation", and see Greta Garbo dance around in an all but sheer nightgown, heavens! There's very little subtlety here, old style written as if 3rd grade grammar school printing, but, per Thalberg undoubtedly, still a quality presentation. A must for history buffs.