Host Steve Irwin, "The Crocodile Hunter," in his last documentary, teams up with oceanographer Phillippe Cousteau to explore the deadliest sea creatures living in the waters between Australia's Gold Coast and the Great Barrier Reef. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Host Steve Irwin, "The Crocodile Hunter," in his last documentary, teams up with oceanographer Phillippe Cousteau to explore the deadliest sea creatures living in the waters between Australia's Gold Coast and the Great Barrier Reef.
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Jared F (ru) wrote: different, too different and not different enough. this movie does a good job at driving home the "we're quirky" card, and yet at the same time this black comedy just has you wishing for a standard drama. at the end of the day i don't know what do think about this movie, and it doesn't know what to think of itself either. it'll sail off into the sunset like so many films, never to be seen again....
Randy C (jp) wrote: Shame no info on lead characters. Thought it a great movie. Ending cool. The entire movie cool.
Alicia P (br) wrote: Great movie but it could've ended better.
Janis B (jp) wrote: very classy thriller. well acted, well plotted and well done.
Tuukka P (au) wrote: Tony Scott put his new found visua style from Man on Fire in to overdrive and brought us a "based on real life...Sort of" story about a female bounty hunter Domino Harvey. The story (and movie) are too long and the visual mix gets old adter a while (and even makes it difficult to follow the "who did what" aspects of the story). Action thriller on acid.
Manu S (mx) wrote: One more reason to love the fabulous Toni Collette!
Vibhooti M (it) wrote: Fuckin gorgeous.The leads are just like a drug.Too effective and well directed.
Peter M (es) wrote: I do love a good viking movie but unfortunatly not alot happens in this one. still nice to see ralf moeller and sven ole thorsen in viking roles.
Charles P (es) wrote: Under Siege 2 is a well-made, stupid, entertaining action movie.
Jacob F (ru) wrote: in some ways a nice introduction to some horror films, and things taken out of context are always scarier. That said it really doesn't do justice to the films
jay n (ca) wrote: Dumb junk is a perfect illustration of why Elvis' movie career ended up being a joke. While any movie with him singing has some value and Mary Ann Mobley was an incredibly beautiful woman the songs in this are inane, the direction lackluster and most if not all the acting amateurish. Elvis' charm is in full view but even it can not save a turkey like this.
Rick C (us) wrote: This little known musical contains one of the best Big Band music videos ever put on film..... "Chattanooga ChoCho. Creative camera angles and lighting for the time period. The Glenn Miller Orchestra with Tex Beneke, Paula Kelly and The Modernaires. Wow! Don't forget the Dorothy Dandridge dance number with the remarkable Nicholas Brothers. Of course, Sonja Henie is cute, as always. As I've noted before, I am a big soft touch for musicals. This is a winner! I think I'll put the soundtrack album on to listen tonight.
Simon M (au) wrote: A competent low-budget psychological comedy drama let down by a cop-out ending.