Raiders of the Seven Seas

Raiders of the Seven Seas

After staging a mutiny and commandeering his own ship, famed pirate Barbarossa (John Payne) takes hostage a spirited Spanish noblewoman named Alida (Donna Reed), intending to trade her to her fiancé, Capt. Jose Salcedo (Gerald Mohr), for a handsome ransom. But Barbarossa falls in love with Alida, who meanwhile discovers that the roguish swashbuckler is more honorable than her erstwhile betrothed.

Barbarossa, a pirate, frees a group of Spanish prisoners and makes them his crew. On a raid, he takes as a prize a Spanish countess, Alida. He has fallen in love with her by the time he ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Raiders of the Seven Seas torrent reviews

Lewis E (fr) wrote: (3.5 stars)Don't think fans of 'The Office' will ever tire of enjoying the overwhelmingly cringey social awkwardness of David Brent. Ricky Gervais captures the hilarious character a few years down the road where he is still acting the centre of attention, despite receiving the same low level of affection from his colleagues, before pursuing his dreams of becoming a rock star. Narrative remains grounded which benefits us in a sense that it replicates a similar atmosphere to the tv series and feels authentic. On the other hand, this exposes the movie's lack of ambition to construct comical situations on a larger scale in addition to meaning audiences are not necessarily seeing any substantially new material. The movie does develop greater depth to Brent not previously explored as he directly address his status as a social outcast, subsequently adding fragility to his personality. Though the comedy is consistently good, this aspect gifted 'David Brent:Life on the Road' with some real purpose. In conclusion, the way things were nicely wrapped up after The Office Christmas Specials in 2003 probably meant this movie was not a story which needed to be told..... but I'm glad they told it anyway.

Povis L (jp) wrote: a very light and refreshing story, that make you think about what is more important to yourself at this moment. A soft way to express a "may be heavy" subject matter. Straight forward and easy to understand. Beautiful music. And of couse, Lunmei is always pretty.

KC H (au) wrote: Great idea, actually made me angry how badly it was done. Had it stuck with the 14 kids running around killing people it could have been awesome, but no, we get the whinny bald guy through the whole thing and only see maybe 4 kids. Lame.

Ingela Z (es) wrote: "Gardens of the Night" is about two children, Leslie and Donnie, kidnapped by two men and their lives together. It's directed by newcomer Damian Harris who based his story on the kids, counselors, police officers, and pimps that he met during his two years of research. His years of perfecting the story was seen in how well made this movie was. "Gardens of the Night" is for those courageous who enjoy a gut-wrenching, challenging film. The actors did an amazing job bringing this script to life. The two children, Rayn Simpkins and Jermaine Scooter Smith, who play the young Leslie and Donnie really showed the pain that children who have dealt with this probably felt. Every parent should watch this. Even if you aren't a parent, you probably should. It will make you think twice about what to do if you see a sad child, who doesn't seem like he/she belongs with that adult, looking at you with helpless eyes.

Heather M (ag) wrote: The incest and child abuse story lines were played down in this movie, but the ending made up for other plot holes.

Isaac B (it) wrote: The 3rd film in the blood trilogy.