Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre

Reykjavik Whale Watching Massacre

An epic tale about a group of whale watchers, whose ship breaks down and they get picked up by a whale fisher vessel. The Fishbillies on the vessel has just gone bust, and everything goes out of control.

An epic tale about a group of whale watchers, whose ship breaks down and they get picked up by a whale fisher vessel. The Fishbillies on the vessel has just gone bust, and everything goes out of control. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Terri J (kr) wrote: Woman Thou Art Loosed On The 7th Day!

Randy Y (br) wrote: Had heard this was a decent movie, and it actually was quite enjoyable. A decent study of hockey/hockey culture. Pretty straight forward plot, but good characters and decent pace. It was a little annoying how simple they made the main character, but it was offset by his caring and innocence.

leane e (ru) wrote: not a bad revenge flick with some fairly good fight scenes

Graham D (gb) wrote: I should make the effort to construct witty prose to savage this dreadful attempt at film making. Instead one word will do, shit.

Matt B (us) wrote: An extremely underrated and non-cliched love story.

Don S (ag) wrote: Truth to tell, this only deserves 2 stars; however, because of the beautiful scenery and settings, I gave it the 3rd star. The acting is fine, the tigers are wonderful, but the story didn't hold my interest... much about it was predictable. Worth giving a try if you don't have something else you'd really like to watch.

Suette D (ca) wrote: Little known, but still good.

Leia C (jp) wrote: Very good movie, but also very long.

Calum B (br) wrote: The strengths of this movie are obvious to anyone who watches it. First are the marvelous song and dance routines that are full of energy and beautifully performed. My only criticism is that a few of them went on a little bit too long " which made the movie itself a bit too long - but for the most part they were very entertaining. The movie also featured very strong performances. The primary star, of course, was Shirley MacLaine as the lead character, Charity Hope Valentine " a "dance club hostess" (actually, I was not entirely clear if her duties might have included prostitution; it was never explicitly stated, although it was suggested). Good male performances (in lesser roles) were offered by John McMartin as Oscar, who falls madly in love with her but in the end can't marry her, and Ricardo Montalban as Vittorio, an Italian movie star she meets by accident and is smitten with, although there is obviously no future for her in the relationship. In an even lesser, but quite funny, turn was Sammy Davis, Jr. as "Big Daddy" " the leader of some sort of hippy-style religious group.The story itself left me with mixed emotions. Adapted from a stageplay, I personally thought it still felt too much like stageplay " to me, the medium of the big screen wasn't used well enough. The story began by telling us in an opening caption that Charity is a girl who desperately wants to be loved. It proceeds through some of her adventures as she seeks love. To be honest, it took me a while to get into this, and it wasn't until the appearance of Montalban's Vittorio that I really started to get interested in the story. Once the story grabbed me, though, I found myself rooting for Charity. She was a truly sweet character who deserved love. I had an interesting reaction to her search for love. I'm usually put off by the needlessly romanticized endings Hollywood often offers us in such movies. Here, though, I really wanted that happy ending for Charity, and I felt a little deflated when Oscar dumped her. I got the point of the ending. Finally, Charity found love " she learned to love herself; she didn't need a man. The message fit the tenor of the times (1969) in which the movie was made. The woman who once needed a man to feel good about herself finally becomes self-sufficient. Yes " I get it. It's a different kind of fairy tale ending, as the closing caption tells us that Charity lived "hopefully ever after" rather than happily ever after. I was still rooting for her and Oscar, though! All things considered, I'd give this a 7/10 for pure entertainment value.

Maxwell S (fr) wrote: Most remakes try to viciously detach itself from it's original and take a new path to the story, or just remake it with a new style, but still wanting to be different. But, with this ,"Floating Weeds" has successfully beaten it's original (an already VERY accomplished film), but doesn't have any aggression towards it, but rather a tender love for the film. "A Story of Floating Weeds" and "Floating Weeds" both have the same story, and like a lot of masterworks, it has a story that just creates an open opportunity for analysis of itself and characters (Frankenstein, King Kong, The Leopard, Citizen Kane, etc.). The 1934 version is almost strictly an analysis, with beauty and much mastery. While that much depth is already masterful, it limits itself from achieving complete greatness. This 1959 version doesn't make the mistake of overanalyzing it's pitch-perfect premise. It ends up with more beauty, emotions, power, sense of life, and with more breathing room, all in such great balance and pace. My favorite scene, which I'm glad Ozu kept was the one where Komajuro is yelling at Sumiko and it is snowing in the middle of the room. How much it accomplishes makes it eligible for the title of the greatest film ever made. Which, by some, it is. This is definitely way up on my list, and is an essential viewing.

Graham D (ca) wrote: Passes the time well enough but a badly missd opportunity.

Jase N (ag) wrote: When the evil wizard Gargamel chases the tiny blue Smurfs out of their village, they tumble from their magical world and into ours - in fact, smack dab in the middle of Central Park. Just three apples high and stuck in the Big Apple, the Smurfs must find a way to get back to their village before Gargamel tracks them down.