The female survivor of a shipwreck and two Coast Guard helicopter pilots sent to rescue her find themselves trapped in a mysterious part of the ocean known as Satan's Triangle. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The female survivor of a shipwreck and two Coast Guard helicopter pilots sent to rescue her find themselves trapped in a mysterious part of the ocean known as Satan's Triangle.
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Jeremiah J (br) wrote: I sat down to review this movie, and now that I can type it out I can't find the words to describe it. This film had such a feeling of... and there it goes. I had a thought to describe it, but I couldn't find a way to make it into words. All I can say for sure is WOW. It gave me hope for the future and what could be just around the corner. And I'm not even talking about technology. I mean this movie made me feel sadness and happiness and pain and fear and love. All of that in one moment. And if you like to read deeply into movies or books or art, you will know exactly what I'm talking about after watching this movie. Just... brilliant.
Ken P (fr) wrote: Not really sure why I added to this older movie to my Netflix queue, but glad I did. Had a really good cast, some intense scenes and was fun to watch! I emjoyed the movie and the storyline a lot, showed brains is the best skill of all.
syed s (br) wrote: Great movie carrying a strong message. one of the best movies of aamir khan.
Jason S (it) wrote: dumb movie but was kindof funny
Ritam B (br) wrote: An amazing portrayal of the growth and decay of an armed revolution - very accurately portrays the circumstances leading to the failure of stalinism.
Daniel V (fr) wrote: I gave this movie a A
Doctor S (au) wrote: Your eyes do not deceive you - that is THE Jonathan Demme with the director's credit for this Roger Corman exploitation and one of the most influential of the WIP (women in prison) subgenre. And you know what, it ain't half bad!Don't get me wrong, nobody would mistake this for high quality cinema, but what it does it does well. Lead actress Erica Gavin as the new jailbait is plain and frankly rather boring, but thankfully the supporting characters have a lot of life like cutie Roberta Collins who steals food out of the employee break room to feed those in solitary and Juanita Brown as the fiery & foul-mouthed ruler of the cell block. Barbara Steele is really great as the wheelchair-bound superintendent McQueen who lives a repressed lifestyle and feels torn between her genuine desire to rehabilitate her charges and punish them for insubordination which she takes as a personal affront.There are four, count 'em, FOUR shower scenes mixed in among the catfights, corrective discipline, and rebellions leading up to the big showdown. Dust off your 8-track and pull out your polyester and bell-bottoms!
Martin S (it) wrote: no fue lo que esperaba pero...
John H (kr) wrote: "Dark Shadows" was a gothic soap that aired on ABC from 1966 until 1971 and has a fan following second only to "Star Trek." Now I will tell you right off that I love DS and have all 1225 episodes on dvd, all the paperbacks and comic books, the one sheet poster for the theatrical films and have attended 7 conventions, so my review may be a little biased. Now this film attempts to tell in 90 minutes or so what it took the soap to tell in over a year. The wealthy Collins family of Collinsport Maine run a fishing and canning business in town. Their handyman Willie Loomis, after being fired, decides to rob the family mausoleum before he lesves. Ubwittingly he lets 200 year old cousin and vampire Barnabas Collins out of his coffin and immediately the neck-biting begins. Now if you never watched the show, characters pop in and out without any explanation, because I guess the filmmakers assumed that the audience would only be fans of the soap. But this is a fantastic horror film and reminds me of the very best of The Hammer Films of the 1960s. Its sadly not available on dvd but only on vhs. The cast includes classic film star Joan Bennett, Jonathan Frid and Oscar nominee Grayson Hall. directed by Dan Curtis, released by MGM and rated PG.
Paul Z (ca) wrote: You never know exactly how you feel about a John Cassavetes film until long after it's over. Just as it should be! He makes me think more than any other filmmaker, and yet he rides on pure gut emotion. Like everything he made before Love Streams, it directly provokes us, because we never know where we stand or what will happen next. I feel that's a unique strength that's difficult to achieve. There's a euphoria in this gut-wrenching ebb and flow through scenes that come out of nowhere. There's a knotting in our stomachs with every desperate bid for affection that we witness. Culminating in arguably the most poignant and powerful final shot of his pioneering career as a director, the movie hums with the feeling that Cassavetes knew this could very will be his last; it's also his most musical film since his first.