The Hurricane

The Hurricane

The Hurricane is a 1937 film set in the South Seas, directed by John Ford and produced by Samuel Goldwyn, about a Polynesian who is unjustly imprisoned. The climax features a special effects hurricane. It stars Dorothy Lamour and Jon Hall, with Mary Astor, C. Aubrey Smith, Thomas Mitchell, Raymond Massey, and John Carradine. James Norman Hall, Jon Hall's uncle, co-wrote the novel of the same name on which The Hurricane is based. As a passenger ship sails by a bleak, deserted island, Dr. Kersaint (Thomas Mitchell) blows his former home a kiss. When a fellow passenger asks him about the place, he tells its tragic story, segueing into a flashback.

A Polynesian sailor -- unjustly imprisoned after defending himself against a colonial bully -- is relentlessly persecuted by his island's martinet French governor. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Amber D (jp) wrote: maybe...loved John Travolta...gotta see what this guy looks like first.

Jessie B (mx) wrote: Dude. ITs Flash animation at its best

VIVEK K (us) wrote: GEM.........................

Belial K (gb) wrote: One of the worst movies I've ever seen, with all of those clich 'horror' things (like people running in the shadows at the corners of the eye, the "we can't get out of here" situations etc...).And most of all, soldiers firing at spiders??

bill s (es) wrote: There are some really funny scenes but also some way out misses but they at least keep on trying.

Jayden C (de) wrote: kool as i want 2 see dis. i want 2 see every movie in da wole wide world of course im a movie lover

alan j (us) wrote: Love this movie!!..shocking ending...simon and lau deliver with superior performances..yo yo very effective ...crisp script, all around cast perfect for this engaging, if not sad tale...

Nunia G (gb) wrote: memory of my teenager age, the book and the movie

Mike T (ag) wrote: This critically panned film is an underrated gem. Pacino treats us with another intriguing, convincing character exploration in this bittersweet comedy. Although there are oddly staged scenes and some awkward dialogue, this movie is very entertaining and, at times, quite moving. Al Pacino never fails to disappoint, and his nuanced portrayal of this unique character is fascinating to watch.

Greg W (fr) wrote: while nothing in scope compared to say 'the great race" or 'it's a mad mad mad world" but still watchable.

Brian R (jp) wrote: A criminally underrated little gem of a film noir from director Fritz Lang, starring the redoubtable Ray Milland as Stephen Neale. Neale is discharged from an asylum and decides to head for London as after two years shut away, "a sea of faces will be quite a tonic". Whilst waiting for his train, he passes the time by looking around a village fete where the little old ladies aren't quite what they seem, guessing the correct weight of a cake which, unbeknownst to him, contains a top secret microfilm! Neale soon finds himself pursued by spies in a wartime Britain which would test the mental equilibrium of the sanest person. Milland is astonishing in this film - he gives a beautifully-nuanced performance, subtly capturing Neale's mental fragilities - here is a man who has been cast adrift in a world he barely recognises. Who can he trust? It almost matches his Oscar-winning turn in "The Lost Weekend" the following year. Lang sets a fast and frenetic pace which is maintained throughout as he positively zips from one splendidly-staged scene to the next. The scene where the blind man gets into Neale's train carriage is an absolute cracker - one of my favourite scenes in any film. The depiction of London during the Blitz is atmospheric and very convincing, and when one considers it was all put together on a Hollywood back-lot, it is nothing short of a triumph.

Sean C (au) wrote: I saw this movie on the Grindhouse Experience dvd set. It was terrible, but quite fun to watch. I would like to see more movies like it.

Jim G (es) wrote: 3.5 of 5 stars for this gritty action movie. Jean-claude Van Damme is always good in this type of movie. His character is working in an embassy as second in command when the local rebels try to take control of the embassy. Out numbered and out gunned, it is a very solid story and extremely well directed movie. I specially noticed and liked the many "hand-held" camera shots putting you squarely in the middle of things. This is a good Saturday afternoon movie. See it.

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