Sandokan the Great

Sandokan the Great

After the capture of the Sultan of Muluder, Sandokan, the sultan's son, leads a guerilla army through treacherous jungles to free his father and defeat Queen Victoria's army of invaders.

After the capture of the Sultan of Muluder, Sandokan, the sultan's son, leads a guerilla army through treacherous jungles to free his father and defeat Queen Victoria's army of invaders. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Amber S (ag) wrote: I only saw the tail-end of this movie, but it seemed really heart-felt and had an amazingly star-studded cast. Seems like one of those that tries too hard to be funny, however.

Zachary M (ru) wrote: Very funney and origanial

Augustine H (de) wrote: Set in the era of Great Depression, Ironweed serves to disclose the hard lives of homeless, the irreparability of mistakes and redemption with unknown final consequence. Jack Nicholson is great in blending his character in Shining and About Schmidt together to place himself in destitute here; while Meryl Streep is playing with the Southern accents again to portray an alcoholic, which is probably her most socially despised role. Unfortunately, the great duo fails to generate the sentiments to empathize me with the presence of The Grapes of Wrath.

John E (nl) wrote: If you have like Bull Durham, Major League, The Rookie or any other baseball movie, you will love this one. This movie was made when writing was still an art form and actors were still acting. Even though it has so-called B actors in the line-up, this movie can easily be called one of the best baseball and sports movies of ALL-TIME. For some reason Bull Durham was made the instant classic, because of Kevin Costner, this one will bat the rest out of the ball park. Watch out for the quick one liners.

jay n (us) wrote: Good acting but relentlessly despairing.

Praveen M (au) wrote: i can watch this movie 365 days a year!

Allan C (br) wrote: A crew of astronauts crash lands on Venus and are then captured by the inhabitants of the planet, who all happen to be short-skirt-wearing Amazonians. Adapted by regular "Twilight Zone" writer Charles Beaumont from a Ben Hecht story, the film is certainly not the smart type of writing that either man was typically known for, but it makes no pretentious about what it is and is entertaining enough in a silly Saturday Matinee kind of way. Reused stock footage from other film and I thought the astronaut uniforms looked like copies of the uniforms from "Forbidden Planet" but then I read that they actually were the uniforms from "Forbidden Planet". And if you were wondering, the star of the film, Zsa Zsa Gabor, does not play the titular Queen and plays one of the Amazonian scientists.

Jeremy S (de) wrote: Nice story but Midler just doesn't do anything for me. I like Caan and he is pretty damn good in everything he does

Kevin R (jp) wrote: I ain't nobody's fart catcher.Three Italian brothers are surviving by any means necessary in Hell's Kitchen. One brother survives through brute strength, one by being a con artist, and one as an underground physician. The brothers work together to try and build up the strong brother's confidence to win a wrestling match and take down a rival."It's my monkey, grease-ball.""It may look like you, but it doesn't belong to you."Sylvester Stallone, director of Rocky II, III, IV; Rambo; Rocky Balboa; Staying Alive; Expendables; and the upcoming Rambo: The Last Blood, delivers Paradise Alley. The storyline for this had a great beginning but then trails off when it focuses on the wrestling match over the family in the slums storyline. The acting was okay and the cast includes Stallone, Anne Archer, Lee Canalito, Armand Assante, Kevin Conway, and Tom Waits."You fishing for a compliment or something.""Yeah.""I'll mail it to you."I grabbed this off Netflix since I never heard of it as I enjoy most Stallone pictures. The bar setting was very cool and well done and the script was pretty clever; but unfortunately, this takes a Meatballs direction. I wish they stuck to the bar setting and plot, a little like Bar Fly. Overall, this could have been a good film but falls short."A flying rat!"Grade: D

Kevin C (ru) wrote: Essentially Outnumbered the movie. Although you get the feeling it was rejected for TV transmission by the beeb. Despite the cast it's straight to video fare, and can just about raise the odd smile as you recognise middle class parenting woes. Ultimately it's totally unrealistic, although i enjoyed the Scottish scenery.