A young child is rescued and raised by a kind widow with her daughter on a deserted island where children are abandoned. One day, he grows up and their romance blossoms. They must face many challenges to learn meaning lessons about love. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Return to the Blue Lagoon
In this sequel to the 1980 classic, two children are stranded on a beautiful island in the South Pacific. With no adults to guide them, the two make a simple life together and eventually become tanned teenagers in love.
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Michael G (br) wrote: If you like Edward Burns movies like the Brothers McMullen (I do) than this will not disappoint. Plus Connie Britton from Friday Night Lights and Nashville what could be bad. This is movie playing in art houses but you can rent from itunes and vudu for the next 30 days.
Mansi A (br) wrote: Good eye candy, lame plot.
Blake D (it) wrote: Standard documentary
Facebook U (gb) wrote: The very sweet and beautiful Katherine plays a bit goofy a chasseur de prime in need of help and of a guy. The film is not serious and not all that funny either. I would classify it a tv movie. Some good moments though.
Patrick G (kr) wrote: Not great, but a nice, cute little movie about a young woman, afraid that she is getting old, looking for a boyfriend. Three and a half stars.
Leo L (gb) wrote: it gets tedious after a while, but picks up the pace near the end and climaxes in a string of unexpected events, which left me with my mouth wide open
Steve D (ru) wrote: Writing is better than the acting but what do you expect with this cast. The writer went on to do veronica mars so he obviously knows what he is doing
Andreas O (fr) wrote: Ah, one of the greatest franchise-rapes in all of fantasy/sci-fi. It appears to have been a trend in the late 80s and early 90s to make movies where characters from fatastical worlds are transported into the real world - or vice versa. A neat way to make a fantasy movie without having to spend money on sets and costumes, I guess, as well as a handy way to make cheap comedy on cultural differences. This, my friends, is crap.
Noah A (fr) wrote: What a bigger let down. F
Rick Q (es) wrote: john huston's final film is rather boring and feels as if it drags on and on, despite only being a little over an hour and twenty minutes. when it was all said and done, it felt quite pointless and a waste of my time.
william m (us) wrote: Delivers a climactic ending to a flawed character.
Daniel D (es) wrote: The only other Ozu film I've seen was released in the same year as this charming comedy- Floating Weeds. I actually found it rather weak and myself unattached to the characters. The experience for Good Morning was the opposite. One of the most soothing film viewings I could ask for. From the start I became completely absorbed in this world of a middle class Japanese suburb. Nothing dramatic happens, no turning points, just the simple life of a handful of families. And I couldn't ask for anything else. Many characters I would often find annoying didn't bother me here, and in fact I liked all of them. The whiny children, the gossipy neighbors, these are usually qualities that make a character a nuisance. In Good Morning I loved all the characters. Especially the grandmother, who was an absolute badass. Despite being an immature comedy with most the humor based off farts- which was rather funny- Ozu creates an important simple statement on communications and understanding. There's nothing to profound in what is being said but it's simply humanist and adds a great charm to this film. The film has a perfect balance between showing the trivial conflicts of the children and of the adults. Despite it being clear that the characters have greater problems in their lives Ozu points the camera at two petty ones. Simple, calming, absorbing, meaningful, and beautiful. A truly great film.
Sair W (kr) wrote: I'm shocked by the low rating for this movie. It was fun to watch, and the first movie I've sat through with out pausing. =)