Romancing the Stone

Romancing the Stone

Though she can spin wild tales of passionate romance, novelist Joan Wilder has no life of her own. Then one day adventure comes her way in the form of a mysterious package. It turns out that the parcel is the ransom she'll need to free her abducted sister, so Joan flies to South America to hand it over. But she gets on the wrong bus and winds up hopelessly stranded in the jungle...

The movie follows Joan Wilder, a lonely romance novelist in New York City as she flies to South America where she must trek through the Colombian jungle with a fortune-hunting mercenary in search of her missing sister. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Romancing the Stone torrent reviews

Jacob H (gb) wrote: Hilarious, clean entertainment for the whole family. This one had me cracking up.

Oscar T (es) wrote: a must see movie... great!!!

Chun W (ca) wrote: A final mark of the 3 dragons!Jackie Chan, Sammo Hung and Yuen Biao have been close brothers and worked together in unison to create some of the best timeless modern hong kong action movies. The 3 landmark films being Project A, then Wheels on Meals and this final project and swan song "Dragtons Forever".This film combines all the 3 trio learnt from making such previous hong kong action classic throughout the 80s, with some of the most hardhitting yet creative stunts of it's time. No wires all the acrobatics were for real, same goes as contact all full on, as u see with close ups and white powder impacts.With the return of Benny the jet! Awesome fight and stunts at the end. Watch out for Yuen Biao backflip of some railings.. so awesome!As aswell as other fighting stars Yuen Wah, Billy Chow

venus w (jp) wrote: i got this movie, it was alright, basedon some bitch who faked her life as someone else


Mike M (br) wrote: A melodrama with serious, leftist, James M. Cain-ish leanings, counterbalanced by the mischief directed into it... The more conventional aspects are handled with some flair - there's an exciting chase through a shadowy lumber yard, and Jurado makes for a tremendous spitfire, reduced to a staring contest with a chicken in the final moments - but it feels almost as much a treatise on floundering masculinity as was the later "That Obscure Object of Desire". Bunuel is really more interested in such sideline doodles as the Don's elderly father, who sneaks out of bed in the middle of the night to raid his son's sweet supplies, pronounces "in my day, men were less sissy than they are now", and promptly outlives everybody else on screen with a penis.

Dan G (jp) wrote: When I think of Joan Crawford, I think of "Mommy Dearest". I can't help it, I didn't grow up in the era where she was a major film star. This may actually be the only Crawford film I've seen to date, and now I know what all the fuss was about. The matronly and stoic Mildred Pierce Beragon (not to be confused with the Japanese monster from Gamera movies), portrayed by Crawford, is in perfect contrast to her bratty, materialistic daughter Veda, played by Ann Blyth in one of her earliest roles. As far as the male roles, Jack Carson steals the show as the somewhat sleazy real-estate partner Wally Fay. Overall a very good "whodunnit".

forcebucket B (ca) wrote: Tom Hardy takes this movie as far as it possibly can go.

Nina S (ag) wrote: I don't like Heather, but it's o.k.