The Saga of the Viking Women and Their Voyage to the Waters of the Great Sea Serpent
A group of lonely Viking women build a ship and set off across the sea to locate their missing menfolk, only to fall into the clutches of the barbarians that also hold their men captive. There is a cameo appearance by the sea serpent.
- Stars:Abby Dalton, Susan Cabot, Bradford Jackson, June Kenney, Richard Devon, Betsy Jones-Moreland, Jonathan Haze, Jay Sayer, Lynette Bernay, Sally Todd, Gary Conway, Michael Forest, Wilda Taylor,
- Director:Roger Corman,
- Writer:Lawrence L. Goldman (screenplay), Irving Block (from a story by)
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(it) wrote: Anything that came out of the evil con artist Andrew Breitbart's mouth must be a lie.
(ru) wrote: Better than the original. Love the love triangle. The scenery was amazing. A story of finding yourself.
(kr) wrote: It was OK. Not laugh out loud funny, but cute. It's a parody of French films from the 70s. Probably would have liked it even more if I knew a bit more about French films in the 70s. Regardless, great to see Deneuve and Depardieu together again.
(jp) wrote: When watching "Hall Pass" (starring Owen Wilson), I remember thinking that it'd be interesting to see a serious look at how allowing the partner to have a one night stand might transform the relationship. Annie and Darren have been married for seven years. They are happy, probably more affectionate to each other than the average 7-year-old couple I know. However, they decide to allow each other a one night stand to bring some life into their relationship. It's needless to say that this creates danage that is difficult to repair. The most interesting part of the movie are the discussions the couple has before and after the "event". In the end, it's only remotely comparab;ly to Hall Pass but, particularly, for it's low budget it's a great human-centered depiction of possible scenario.
(ca) wrote: Its an amazing movie!!!(:
(ag) wrote: I only watched this for Keith-Lee Castle, and unfortunately his...camera time was very limited.
(nl) wrote: Yawn-stirringly bland and fatuous directing seals the fate of a script that had at best a faint odour of potential. Mostly this is just one more 'cool good looking devil-may-care dudes throwing caution to the wind and hitting the road taking drugs and meeting freaky people along the way' movie. It is set in 1994 around the time of Kurt Cobains death, but I have no idea why, and I don't think the film makers had any idea why either.
(br) wrote: "Thank you for your hostility." A classic!
(nl) wrote: Prolly one of the best renditions of the OK Corral.
(us) wrote: (*): Thumbs Down Pure trash.
(ag) wrote: An intriguing mixture of sex and politics, and a respectable sample of infamous Pinku eiga...could be of interest of Godard fans,...and of course not for weak-hearts, it has an annoying torture scene...in my opinion it stands miles ahead of Wakamatsu's more famed "Violated angels"
(kr) wrote: Interesting plot, but in actuality a disappointment. The only saving grace for this film is the awesome score by Elmer Bernstein and the final 15 minutes. Yul is cool as always.