Tarzan and the Trappers

Tarzan and the Trappers

Tarzan goes up against a villian by the name of Schroeder, who is trapping animals and selling them illegally to zoos. A twist is thrown into the plot when Schroeder's brother, with the help of money-hungry trader Lapin, hunts a different kind of quarry, human game. Now Tarzan must not only fight to save the animals of the jungle, but he must also save himself.

After dispatching a ruthless hunter who traps animals for gain, he has to contend with his brother who is out for revenge. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Tarzan and the Trappers torrent reviews

Nicholas S (it) wrote: Have yet to see a Kevin Hart stand up that wasn't awesome.

Alejandro E (it) wrote: Touching mother drama;with no waste.

Julia C (us) wrote: Hilarious!!! This movie is fun for everybody and has a great story line!!

Annie M (mx) wrote: Have any of you seen this film.

Andy P (us) wrote: Nothing really impressed me about this film including Bening as the titular character.

stefano l (ag) wrote: A great film on the story of a very gifted pianist. Geoffrey Rush is unbelievable in the way he truly seems crazy.

Daniella Z (ru) wrote: A little slow-moving in certain places but the actors are so great you'll be kept fascinated anyway. Deliciously disturbing.

horse c (br) wrote: I Must Sing The Praises Of Badness!

Eric S (de) wrote: Take an already bizarre true story and then have Alex Cox spend 90 minutes screwing with you, off key music that drowns out the dialogue, Helicopters, Newsweek and Time Magazines, Coke and Marlboro cigarettes in 1850 Nicaragua and spontaneous piano playing by the lead during a battle scene. Strange movie but oddly rewarding.

Lew L (ag) wrote: It's obvious that many critic detractors of this film are ignorant of the atrocities that occurred in mainland China in 1941. Hence the blind rejection of a rather compelling, well acted tale of deceit and justice. All I can tell you is its well worth a look and well worth a lot more than the awful reviews that it has received by the so called professional critics. What do they know anyway?