Tarzan Escapes

Tarzan Escapes

White hunter Captain Fry tries to take Tarzan back to civilization, caged for public display. He arrives in the jungle with Jane's cousins, Eric and Rita who want Jane's help in claiming a fortune left her.

An expedition seeking to bring Jane back to civilization, and Tarzan into captivity, gets more than it's bargained for. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Carl G (fr) wrote: Bryan Cranston's excellent acting will take you through the mediocre story. The film is a forgettable footnote that will keep you mildly entertained until its genuinely enjoyable final wedding scene. Unfortunately that scene comes too late to make up for what came before but is just enough to have you consider the film worth your time.

Daniel F (nl) wrote: I'm not sure this film had a budget of over $500.

Mark A (it) wrote: An interesting take on the old romantic comedy formula, that follows the playbook fairly faithfully. But still, the idea of a younger man and an older woman as played by these actors made it work for this viewer. Both Matty (Barbara Sarafian) and Johnny (Jurgen Delnaet) are volatile characters and when these two collide (literally) sparks definitely fly. Matty's husband has been shacking up with his 22 year-old lover, but isn't willing to cut his ties to Matty. And Johnny is a recovering alcoholic who has been in trouble with the law in the past. Matty seems caught between a rock and a hard place and whenever she seems ready to choose which direction to move, complications arise. This viewer was deeply invested in seeing Matty find the happy life she once swore she would have. A solid supporting cast and a solid story helped but I credit the two main actors on a terrific performance.

Hari R (ca) wrote: The character carries the movie; time pass.

Jill W (fr) wrote: A fantastic film about a boy who wants to have a future in dance but his family won't allow him.

Charles B (kr) wrote: A wonderous story about love and power, and how the former rules the latter.

Steve M (jp) wrote: The "Tokyo Babylon" DVD contains both episodes of an animated series that focuses on Saburo, a young girl who is the heir to Japan's greatest psychic/medium tradition and the most recent in a long line of mystics who have served the nation's movers and shakers for as long as there have been a Japan. Other main characters include her sister and their veternarian friend who is more than he appears. Saburo and her sister are curious multicultural/multi-dominational mystics/psychics, displaying crosses and other Christian paraphenalia on their clothes and in their home, but practicing traditional Japenese magic and spritiualism. I like the sense of "whatever it takes to get the job done" that this conveys, that there's a little bit of truth in all religions. The first episode in the series sees Saburo called in by one of Japan's captains of industry in order to see if the skyscraper his company is building really is being haunted by evil spirits. Before she even arrives to take up her new job, her employer is killed in the latest of the mysterious disasters. Instead of walking away, she becomes deeper involved... to her own peril. The second episode has Saburo crossing paths with a post-cognative with whom she eventually teams up in order to solve the mystery surrounding a series of killings on the Tokyo underground. The mystical forces arrayed against the young medium are less formidable than those in the first episode, but the danger to her life and those she cares about is still very real. Both "Tokyo Babylon" episodes feature average animation, okay voice actors, and fairly decent stories. While the first episode serves as a nice introduction to the principal characters--summarizing relationships that I assume one could understand better if one had read whatever comic book the cartoon is based on--the second episode is far stronger story-wise... and far more chilling.

Al H (ag) wrote: A horror story that creates another horror story.

Jayakrishnan R (it) wrote: 77%Saw this on 14/12/15Although thin on plot, this action comedy has an extremely funny Eddie Murphy in his iconic role with apt direction from Martin Brest and Judge Reinhold as the naive police officer is also extremely funny here. What it lacks is the the kind of eye popping action that made Bad Boys more memorable.

Kevin R (us) wrote: We married for love. It's obvious the will is still there.This picture delivers three short stories of a very attractive Italian woman and the types of obstacles she needs to overcome to achieve her goals. She attracts many men, but has a main soulmate of sorts that is her main man that wants to love and take care of her. She will need to bat off pursuers and stick with her man if she hopes to find happiness in each story."But I could have killed that kid.""Who cares about that idiot?"Vittorio De Sica, director of Sunflower, The Voyage, After the Fox, A Place for Lovers, Marriage Italian Style, Two Women, and The Roof, delivers Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. The storyline for this picture is above average and fun to watch unfold. The dialogue is pretty good as is the acting. The cast includes Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni."Let's see if I can catch a customer."I randomly came across this on Netflix and decided to add it to the queue. This is fairly well done, with some of the stories being better than others. As an overall picture, that's in Italian, I'm not sure it is a must see, but it is worth a viewing if you're a fan of the classics."You've been pardoned. You're free."Grade: C+

Brett W (mx) wrote: Interesting take on Hatfields-McCoys by Buster Keaton. Definitely a must-see for any lover of slapstick, especially silent schtick. Good ol' Buster.

David B (fr) wrote: One of the many great counter-culture films to come at the dawn of the seventies. Peter Boyle gives a wonderful performance as a hippie hating lower class working stiff.

Brad S (de) wrote: This one just didn't work for me. I didn't love the story and didn't feel much for the 2 leads, both of whom I normally like. Woody Allen is really hit and miss for me and this one was a miss. Skip it.

Austin K (ru) wrote: hahahahaha not bad but still something you just want to laugh about...this movie took like 3 seconds to think up...and i'm still wondering why the heck its called unstoppable it has nothing to do with the plot i mean what the crap. I did enjoy it i guess but i had an extreme headache at the time and it pretty much made the movie suck worse. I dunno. Wow this review made like no sense.