The Cay

The Cay

When Young Phillip is separated form his mother and found by a black man named Timothy and his cat Stewcat, Phillip becomes blind and they all end up on an island. Will they survive or will they die?

When Young Phillip is separated form his mother and found by a black man named Timothy and his cat Stewcat, Phillip becomes blind and they all end up on an island. Will they survive or will they die? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Austin G (es) wrote: The comedic and romantic chemistry between Timberlake and Kunis help make this film what it is: watchable.

Doctor S (ag) wrote: Wow, talk about a movie with an incurable identity crisis. I have no idea what tone director Duncan Ward wanted to take, it seems he thought he'd try them all in case something stuck. Nothing did, unless 'fail' is a genre.

Nick L (de) wrote: I loved this movie! I really hope someone makes a sequel to this movie. I want to see what happens when John makes it back to Mars.

Charlie V (nl) wrote: The build-up is good, and the acting is okay and the pay-off is great so I think its a good sequel so 7/10

Matt B (de) wrote: I enjoyed the first part because it drops alot of clues as to what feeds the characters motives. not to mention it started a pop culture revolution especially with the visionary direction by Q.T. mashed with the genius score conducted by the RZA. there's nothing quite like the kill Bill series. the first part sets us on a blood bath take no prisoners joy ride. then part 2 lightens the tone to show why Q.T. is the best at delivering an original picture. remember this was one film at one point only later split into two parts for the sake of viewers ability to stay attentive to what's going on. the vol one is more like a preview to the whole picture. hence why so many elements were left out like her name and bills face.

Jude P (jp) wrote: Too much of exaggerated war footings despite true history. That's John Woo style.

Gary G (nl) wrote: One of the dorkier skate-boarding/breakin'/bmx movies of the 80's--this one stars a very hot 20yo James Brolin...on a skateboard...with his shirt off...need I go on?

Stephen F (it) wrote: It's an ok TV movie.

Barry T (us) wrote: Glee set in Swansea - wasnt bad but not fantastic!!!!!!!!

Jude P (ca) wrote: Least to say the script is so lame and so much predictive " nothing interesting. But Hill has his foot print left throughout the movie and he had managed to put it to the upper B class without a doubt.

Dylan P (it) wrote: A masterpiece. A spellbinding whirlwind of magnificent acting from four immense talents, who were all playing perfect examples of multi-dimensional characters, in a script with complex writing and immense depth. Bonus points for first time director Mike Nichols' brilliant use of camera angles, brought to life brilliantly by master cinematographer Haskell Wexler.