The true story of Shackleton's 1914 Endurance expedition to the the South Pole and his epic struggle to lead his 28 man crew to safety after his ship was crushed in the pack ice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The true story of Shackleton's 1914 Endurance expedition to the the South Pole and his epic struggle to lead his 28 man crew to safety after his ship was crushed in the pack ice.
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Kevin M W (it) wrote: Did you know that there were Danish people in the old American West? Well yes, there were (and that really seems to be the main point in the proceedings here, just to say THAT), and they struggled like everyone else to forge their portion of American opportunities. Ah, but some bad guys gotta mess with them ... and so, in the tradition of Sergio Leone, let the ass-kicking begin. It's got it's moments.
Christine L (es) wrote: Decent take on the last years of Cao Cao.
Wayne K (ag) wrote: While it may be slightly better made than his previous 'effort', Slaughtered Vomit Dolls, Lucifer Valentine's ReGOREgitated Sacrifice is business as usual for the inscrutable madman. The video quality is significantly improved in some of the scenes, but that, and the fact that's it's shorter than the last one, are literally the only kind things I can say about it. The blood level is ratcheted up to maximum, with some scenes so gory they're nearly impossible to watch. Mind you the rest of the film isn't much better, with shameless misogyny, repeated scenes of urination and, Mr Valentine's favourite, profuse and perpetual vomiting. You certainly can't say the Writer/Director isn't a fair individual, since he gives each and every one of his main characters a puking scene, and he even includes an appearance of a character from the first film, one who was only there to, surprise surprise, make himself chuck up over everything he can find. The whole thing labours under the painfully misguided delusion that the never-ending expulsion of bodily fluids is inherently entertaining and profound. They're not, and as a result this hour and 3-minute sequence of appallingly made and hyperactively edited vignettes seems to go on forever.
melissa t (ru) wrote: this a great movie about time they make one about the easter bunny
Jiana W (it) wrote: Not as funny as the first one. The humor feels lazier, relying on adult/sex-themed jokes for laughs and it goes on for so long it gets tiring and boring. Just cheap, lazy jokes/humor.
Michael Z (br) wrote: Best family sailing movie ever, Until some one makes better, this is it.
Asya R (jp) wrote: Watching with Finny. I forgot how sad Benji moves can be. The lack of dialogue is welcomed.
Lanning (fr) wrote: I am no expert on the history of Bollywood, but my guess is that this must be one of the original Bollywood "musicals." This really deserves a Criterion restoration as an historically significant film in its genre. I was very disappointed that the musical numbers had no captions, but it is a good story, well acted, and should be restored with a healthy dose of TLC.
Matthew L (au) wrote: No worse then 'Diamonds Are Forever'. In 1983 Connery could still carry his own in an action sense and the role works well playing towards Connery's age. The stunts are largely enjoyable and for the most part believable, Basinger and Carrera are equally sexy in their respective roles. On the whole its an enjoyable piece of cinema with solid direction from Kershner, hot after The Empire Strikes Back. There are worse ways to spend a Sunday afternoon, Casino Royale springs to mind.