Miss Castaway and the Island Girls

Miss Castaway and the Island Girls

A spoof that combines Cast Away with Miss Congeniality, Planet of the Apes, Love Boat, Gilligan's Island, The Sixth Sense, Jurassic Park, and more

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:90 minutes
  • Release:2004
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:parody,   absurd humor,  

A spoof that combines Cast Away with Miss Congeniality, Planet of the Apes, Love Boat, Gilligan's Island, The Sixth Sense, Jurassic Park, and more . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Miss Castaway and the Island Girls torrent reviews

Deepak M (es) wrote: Great acting by Hillary Swank and Tommy Lee Jones. One of the few frontiersman movies with an overland journey in the plot that I have seen lately.

Dena S (jp) wrote: i'm a sucker for scooby doo :P

Eric H (ca) wrote: a typical story that's easy to swallow, with some humor and a twist that you saw from afar arrive, but was pretty smart put together. An excellent movie for a regular Friday night.

Bloodmarsh K (ca) wrote: Slow moving, realistic family drama that doesn't rely on the typical hollywood ending, where everything ends up picture perfect. It's what 'The Family Stone' could have been. a nice change of pace.

Jens T (de) wrote: Cyclo, a Vietnamese film about a cycle rickshaw driver in Ho Chi Mihn City who one day gets his bicycle stolen from a local mob who forces him to commit all sorts of crimes. The mob is brutal, but this film also shows us a tender side, with one of the mobster also being a poet. But the drivers sister is also dragged into this mess as a prostitute, who's also the love interest to the poet, who can't stand that she's being treated so bad by other clients, and slowly drifts away from him.

Daniel S (it) wrote: Goofy 80's comedy about two knuckleheads who piss off the mob and bungle their way to a happy ending. Light hearted fun.

Dave J (jp) wrote: Wednesday, November 20, 2013 (1976) Grey Gardens DOCUMENTARY A fascinating account of two eccentrics of Edith Bouvier Beale and her daughter Edith 'Little Edie' Bouvier Beale who have unknowingly made famous because of their connection to the Kennedy family, to be prcised they're the aunt and cousin of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. As viewers can see from the poster, they appear to live similar to how a hermit would live for it's somewhere in the Hamptons, for they don't abide by society's rules and customs. They are quite harmless, living 'frugal' and rarely coming in contact with anyone else other than the gardener outside of their property in which the interviewer Norman Vincent Peale does an exceptional job in asking them questions we would all like to know and would have ask ourselves had we been there too. As a result of this documentary's success inspired another 'Grey Gardens' documentary called "The Beales Of Grey Gardens" released in 2006 and then the 2009 HBO movie version also called "Grey Gardens" starring Drew Barrymore and Jessica Lange. 3 out of 4 stars

James H (jp) wrote: Excellent Joan Crawford vehicle, she plays a tough ambitious woman in this one, a part she does so well. Well worth watching, especially for fans of Crawford's melodramas. Greenstreet provides great support. Well produced and photographed.

Mikhail B (au) wrote: Very touching regardless of treacle.

Simon S (fr) wrote: The One is plagued by indifferent performances, subpar CGI, and a thoroughly unoriginal plot, resulting in a middling sci-fi actioner with little payoff.

Ryan V (us) wrote: Rudy Ray Moore, who made this film with little more than sheer force of will, plays the jive-talking, ass-whupping, and love-making titular pimp. Dolemite is on a mission to take revenge on the men who wrongly threw him into jail two years ago. His story is told with crappy lighting, poor sound editing, hilariously inept fight scenes, and cinematography so amateurish that nobody (except the audience) seems to notice that the boom mics keep drifting into frame. This wish fulfillment fantasy, often cited as the most notorious of the blaxploitation films, is such a force of bravado that it all but completely personifies the concept of "so bad it's good".