The Great Alligator

The Great Alligator

A tourist resort in Africa finds itself at the mercy of a huge man-eating crocodile from a local native legend which the croc is the incarnation of a native god angered by the intrusion of the tourists on its nesting ground. After a new natives are killed and eaten, they naturally blame the tourists and set out to kill them while the survivors try to rally on a boat with the hungry crocodile in the water, and the blood-thirsty natives on land waiting for them.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:89 minutes
  • Release:1979
  • Language:Italian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:explosion,   murder,   boat,  

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Katherine U (ru) wrote: It had some good parts in it...all in all it wasn't a bad movie. :D

Annie W (mx) wrote: Terry Fox is lyk 1 of my heroes and this is a well done movie..

DC F (ru) wrote: Not a very accurate portrayl of the real Ed Gein - not even in physique. Cheaply done though the camera work was okay. Overall forgettable. That's about it.

Brent D (ag) wrote: Terrible movie, just terrible.

Mark W (kr) wrote: This was an awful movie which tried to combine the essence of shark attacks with alien invasion and all taking place in a big science-y headquarters underwater. It was brutally painful to watch and quite frankly I didn't have a clue what was going on... Pass on this one!

Ricardo H (nl) wrote: This is probably one of the worst movies I have ever seen, but I do give it credit for being the first movie that I've seen that it's so bad in 4 different languages. French, Italian, English, and songs in Spanish. The story is the typical unrequited love one, becoming a love triangle, with two really intense characters and one that doesn't really seem to care about anything in the middle. Been there, seen that...however, first time in 4 languages though.I definitely do NOT recommend this one!

Jonpaul A (gb) wrote: Jackie Chan is back! I'm more looking forward to the long anticipated Jackie Chan and Jet Li film, but that's still a year away, so Rush Hour it is

Pascal M (it) wrote: interesting adventure throughout Phnom Penh...not a great movie but set in Cambodia with Depardieu so...

Jeremy D (ca) wrote: Definetely not for everyone. This is pure camp fun. The songs are out of place but if you just let yourself appreciate it and stop trying to make sense, it will be much better. The actresses are great, and the mystery just interesting enough. Watch it if your not afraid of camp and musicals (you can always fast forward the musical numbers since they aren't too relevant to the plot).

Alvin Y (mx) wrote: First of all, the major problem of the movie is how the police force deal with the motorists outside the tunnel, ha? Then, we see some Stallone heroic act than a Stallone characteristic or the tension and suspense towards the people trapped there in that tunnel. Poor film.

Javier D (ca) wrote: Dos mulas para la hermana Sara... Es un Western con Clint Eastwood y Shirley Maclaine (Eastwood como pistolero y Maclaine como monja) ambientada a finales del siglo xix en Mexico. Una banda sonora de Ennio Morricone excelente, de las mas originales. La fotografia es de Gabriel Figueroa rodada en Durango... (Texto sin acentos)

Scoats S (it) wrote: This movie is an interesting historic relic of a place and time, Japan in 1950. The war is over. The country has mostly gotten back to normal. Normal though is relative; it's the midpoint of the 20th century and life is changing.The story is centered around an extended family and their acquaintances, especially the 28 year old unmarried daughter. It features the small dramas of normal lives. The only question I have is why the grandparents moved to what appeared to be Japan's equivalent of Kansas. There's nothing wrong with Kansas, but if you live comfortably in a big house with your extended family in Tokyo, what attraction is there to live out the rest of your years in the middle of nowhere?On a related note, I had been pondering green screen in movie making shortly before watching this movie. Well actually I started watching the movie and then got thinking about green screen by the time I came back to watch the rest of it. The beach scene at the end is green screen. I only mention this because I find it interesting how the tricks and techniques of story telling through movie making were already international by then. I wish I had been watching with green screen in mind from the beginning of the movie.

Alex S (kr) wrote: Its message is more believable than its story and that message may even be familiar, but Everything Must Go features good performances all around with Will Ferrell leading the drama and comedy with natural ease.

Damien B (br) wrote: 'I AM SOLDIER' is a pretty pedestrian look at the S.A.S. for what it was worth. I'd hoped for so much more and was thrilled to hear that a movie had finally been made about the British fighting elite, the S.A.S. ...this film is like an Indie film struggling for better recognition but still failing somehow. The title itself is pretty damn bland to start with, the Psychological aspects of the film don't really yield much believability to the rather tawdry proceedings. Looks like it was filmed somewhere in Scotland and is devoid of any colour, leaving the viewing experience to be quite tiring. Fortunately the film is short at approx 1hr 20mins without the credits, all in. Weak plot, so-so acting, dull film treatment and scenery; it all felt a bit phoned in and put-on to me! No focus on Sandhurst, a brief mention of the infamous S.A.S. CLOCK tower yet I did not feel the ruggedness of the true S.A.S. ...these guys seemed like a bunch of panzies huffing about. Ultimately I have to say I am rather disappointed with the final results, this film should have and could have been SO MUCH MORE than the sum of it's parts. The best military related film I have seen recently was, 'LONE SURVIVOR' with Mark Wahlberg, and that was tremendous... the best film of it's kind since 'BLACK HAWK DOWN' and 'THE HURT LOCKER'; sadly 'I AM SOLDIER' comes no-where even close to either of those excellent films!

Baurushan J (fr) wrote: The story is about Jack Mabry played by Robert De Niro who works as a parole officer and is heading for retirement after years of service. His final assignment involves inmate Gerald "Stone" Creeson played by Edward Norton who is sent a ten-fifteen year sentence in prison. Convicted of setting a fire to make the murder of his grandparents look like an accidental death, Stone will do anything to get out from behind bars and his wife Lucetta played by Milla Jovovich is willing to do whatever it takes to help secure her husband's freedom -- including seducing Jack. Meanwhile, Jack's wife madylyn played by Frances Conroy has suffered with the emotional weight of her husband's demanding job for far too long. I understand that this movie is hard to rate even for me but what everyone is missing out is the religious complexity that cannot be handed as a mystery thriller. It leans more towards the psychological thriller side because of its deeper themes. Stone gets a 7/10.

Ryan M (it) wrote: Revisit on an 80's theme. Just so so.

Phil G (au) wrote: Great if you are a fan of Rooster Teeth seeing as that's what I am it was most enjoyable and what I expected, goofy and worth a watch.