1547 Fernando De Gama, a young "Soldier of Fortune" from Portugal, set sail for the ient in an effort to find a man who murdered his father and, with luck, like many of their compatriots, to make his fortune. A vicious storm in the Indian Ocean almost ended his plans when he was on the ship sank. The sole survivor, he was washed up on a tropical beach only to be captured by Arab slavers and taken to Ayutthaya in the kingdom of Siam, where he was offered for sale as a slave.
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Nicole V (ca) wrote: I'm 13 but I think he's amazing. :)
Tor M (kr) wrote: Xavier is always an interesting choice. Often dealing wither personal issues, crisis or sexual orientation.Meet Lawrence. A straight man in a relationship. He tells his girl that he want's to become a woman. He's still straight, but he want's a sex change. That makes him lesbian, kind of.The girl takes it quite hard. So does he, really, and their relationship is the plot here more or less.It's lovely shot and it got some great "freak out moments". Scenes that are full of visual blow outs, dreamlike or metaphorical. Fantastic acting by the two leads and a very solid presentation. It's a very long film, nearly three hours. That's too long to be fair, but it's not a boring ride. Powerful, real and kind of important. Imaginative and intense. Rhytmic and intelligent.My least favorite of the three Dolan flicks I've seen, but still a very solid film. It's very much alike his other films, but they are all interesting and something different.7 out of 10 pink bricks.
Bruno V (br) wrote: Not as good as the 2 previous ones....Stiller and De Niro were ok , Owen was an enoing caracter this time....Streisand nonono ! SOMDVD
AmandaBeth C (ru) wrote: watch it if want to cry at how bad something is
Greg D (de) wrote: Didn't do too much for me but was entertaining enough
Stephen L (es) wrote: Not Stephen Chow's best movie but it definitely has his unpedictable and slightly raunchy sense of humor.
Sara M (br) wrote: I paid like four bucks for it off of amazon for a crappy VHS but I'm glad I did. Because Tarantino makes it so worth it.
Dylan M (fr) wrote: Surrounded by a good comedic cast, Bill Murray delivers another one of his classic comedies. Stripes had a funny script that survived through most of the movie. The last 20 minutes put me in complete bordem. Other than that Stripes is a harmless entertaining comedy.
Antigua S (fr) wrote: I enjoyed this movie! However, I recommend watching with subtitles. For most of the movie the dialog is either very soft or the accents are pretty thick, so it's hard to hear what is going on in some parts. But the storyline and brutality is great!
Jordi T (us) wrote: Aburrida, con personajes estereotipados hasta la nausea, y con solo un Al Pacino muy desaprovechado se erige esta nueva odisea de queens dirigida por el omnipresente en el lugar Dito Montiel, un cineasta que fue flor de un dia. Larga(y eso que solo dura hora y media...) aburrida y con un final banal a mas no poder...
Patrick C (us) wrote: Hossein Amini is an Iranian screenwriter taking his first shot at directing a feature film. He is most famously known for such diverse scripts as 2011's stunner Drive, 1997's The Wings of the Dove (which earned him an Oscar nomination) and crappola such as The Four Feathers and Killshot. The results of his efforts as a director are middling as we get a less exotic and more predictable adaptation of a Patricia Highsmith Euro-thriller. Her particular brand of creeping, screw-tightening dread was rendered expertly by Anthony Minghella in the 1999 hit The Talented Mr. Ripley. But in this film, most of the clever thrills her work is known for are dulled down for straight-up storytelling. You can almost see the actors yawning through the proceedings as one bad decision after another leads to more death and mayhem. Greece does provide a beautiful backdrop, and Alberto Iglesias scores the film well. But I know Tom Ripley, and you - Mr. Mortensen - are no Tom Ripley.