When Angelino Jack Robinson gets a new job in Australia, he decides to take his sissy wife Ann, brave sons Shane and Todd and wining daughter Elisabeth 'Lizzy' by sailing yacht from Hong Kong to Syndney. The gun he gets thrown in by Sheldon Blake proves disabled, and for a sinister reason: near Borneo, Blake's men turn up to capture them. The family escapes but loses the yacht on a reef. They build a cool camp on an island. But the pirates keep coming back, and the boys discover why: he hid a treasure in the yacht. Shane is also discovered and captured in more then one way by French plane wreck survivor Françoise, who later teams up with the family.
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Leigh B (mx) wrote: This movie was crazy! Once again, Terrance plays another character who is not a bad guy. He's just angry all the time. Why didn't Nicole's character leave that boring town for LA as soon as she could? Did Terrance's character die at the end of the movie? We never knew! How many people who are moderately mentally retarded can actually drive a truck? Why didn't that crazy psychopath guy who killed his father because he did a bad job repairing his mother's car just stop instead of trying to kill more people. I understand that his mother died in an accident from a bad brake job. This movie will have anyone hollering at the screen because the plot was just that bad.
Mlissa A (it) wrote: je m'attendais vraiment a un navet, donc surprise. C'etait potable, malgre le botox de Meg Ryan
Bryan G (ru) wrote: [font=Courier New][i]Day of the Dead[/i] was the first zombie movie I ever saw. I know that it isn?t a perfect film, but I?ve grown up with that movie and have grown to love it. It was the movie that spawned my obsession with the living dead. And it is because of that I have to see all things zombie. Even this crap-fest of a so called prequel/sequel [i]Day of the Dead 2: Contagium[/i], which is the other zombie movie I bought at the grand opening of Best Buy. How this is a continuation of the original [i]Day of the Dead[/i] is beyond me. [i]Day of the Dead[/i] was a continuation of [i]Night of the Living Dead[/i] and [i]Dawn of the Dead[/i]. In [i]Day of the Dead[/i], the world was on the brink of destruction because the living dead had basically destroyed almost all human life. [i]Day of the Dead 2[/i] is about a mental institute that stumbles on a coffee thermos containing a virus, that seems to be contained in some sort of tampon. Soon the virus spreads. The first symptoms are a bad cough, and waking up with glue on your face. Okay, so the glue was supposed to be skin peeling. But if you look at it, it resembled when you were younger and you would let glue dry on your skin, just to peel it off. Come on! Everyone did that, right? Anyway, the virus gives the victim a desire for human blood. And soon everyone is eating anyone who isn?t infected. But this happens to late in the movie, that you are so bored to death by the first half of the film, that you don?t care about the actual carnage. The acting is terrible. The effects are laughably fake. And absolutely nothing about this film is able to draw you into it. You don?t grow to care about any of these people. You aren?t frightened by what is going on. You don?t even enjoy the deaths. Which aren?t even that great. This is a lame, and pointless attempt to confuse fans of Romero?s classics into buying this crap. It angers me that something like this is made, while countless other directors with far better ideas on expanding the genre will never have the chance to. [i]Day of the Dead 2 [/i]is nothing more than a [i][b]Contagium[/b][/i]? sorry to use its title? on horror films. It is an insult, and in the end a complete waste of time. Not even zombie fans should see this![/font]
Stephen E (mx) wrote: It's not the most exciting or interesting movie out there, and I noticed a homage or two to Chinatown, but thanks to a reliable story, some good acting, and, above all, impeccable direction from Carl Franklin, Devil In A Blue Dress is an enjoyable watch. It's a worthy addition to the neo-noir genre.
Honor M (fr) wrote: I cant stand Steven Seagal
Greg N (br) wrote: I'm reviewing this cause my little brother hates Donald Cammell. It isn't the best movie ever made but it does have a scene where the killer straps dynamite to his chest causing his daughter to say "Daddy is strapping hot dogs to his chest."
Jerrel W (jp) wrote: Doctor Detroit was one of the 1st great white pimps
michael b (us) wrote: twizzley diddley doo
Stephanie D (ru) wrote: Not really a fan of Judy Garland but the story was cute although predictable.
Matthew P (br) wrote: It may be interesting for some people, but surrealism was never my thing. It's okay in my opinion.
Nadim S (us) wrote: I laughed a lotThe actors are so funny but still it can get boring at a certain time
Rob P (ru) wrote: Good film, harrowing though.
Josh A (ag) wrote: While it is technically a very well-made film, and Chastain's strong performance is the driving force, it is also unnecessarily long, over-simplified, not very entertaining, devoid of any true emotion, chaotically filmed, and I fear that it's also not an entirely truthful depiction of events.