A disgraced merchant marine officer elects to stay aboard his sinking cargo ship in order to prove the vessel was deliberately scuttled and, as a result, vindicate his good name. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Wreck of the Mary Deare
A disgraced merchant marine officer elects to stay aboard his sinking cargo ship in order to prove the vessel was deliberately scuttled and, as a result, vindicate his good name.
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Jay B (fr) wrote: I loved this movie! Luke Wilson is, as usual, flat as all hell... but this supporting cast and incredible storytelling is more than enough to keep you engaged. I love Ribisi, I love Caan, and for some reason I dug this movie more than most.
Konrad R (mx) wrote: Not as pervert as all those "Hostel" clones. However, the flimsy story mainly serves as an excuse for showing how the mysterious perpetrator tortures the main character. Of course at the end of the movie viewers' attitude will be totally reversed (surprise, surprise). Doesn't make much sense most of time. Not so bad, but if you want really scary madman in the middle of the desert - watch original "Hitcher" with Rutger Hauer.
Billy V (au) wrote: Amazing documentary on one of my all time heroes!
Harry W (de) wrote: Really really strange and will appeal mostly to alternative audiences. The real spark in this teeny, biting dark comedy comes from the driven and extremely enthusiastic performance of Katharine Isabelle as a young woman on the cusp of physical pubescent development who is bitten by a werewolf and suffers from a supernatural curse, a symptom of which happens to be menstruation. The almost pitch black humour will resonate amongst an audience of misfit teens in black clothes that Ginger Snaps will likely appeal to most.
Sabena A (jp) wrote: Well I was waiting for this movie as I am a big fan of ranbir kapoor, movie was ok, ranbir was so good as always but there was no chemistry between lead pair. Songs feel forced into any random scene, storyline was simple and yes main female lead was bad.
James B (gb) wrote: A sort of prequel to the film style of Romero's Night of the Living Dead, only tinged with the British sense of religion guilt. Basic, unpretentious, and maybe a bit too understated and empty for its own good, the film follows the basic B film premise of the era. Nothing horrible, just nothing new.
Daniel V (br) wrote: I gave this movie a B-
Andreas O (de) wrote: Tacky pre-zombie flick from the 40s - a movie decade known mainly for not being as good as the 30s - with an air of blandness to it and a plot that really doesn't make much sense. Every character is paper-thin and forgettable, with the exception of Mantan Moreland's role, that is instead so over-the-top stereotypically racist that you often don't know whether to cringe or laugh. Nothing much to see here, but my love of black-and-white B-horror prevents me from outright disliking it. After all, it's no Horrors of Spider Island...
Harpreet S (ru) wrote: Stanley Donen's "Arabesque" starring Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren; Peck is a professor and an expert in ancient hieroglyphics, Loren is a wealthy and powerful man's mistress, at least that's what we know initially. Donen's film surprised me with its visual style, which involves tilt shots, splendid images through mirrors, and even animal footage to show what's happening inside a character's head. Where it fails is in its screenplay, it's very confusing, sometimes you don't know what's happening or why it is happening; the relationship Yasmin (Loren) has with Beshraavi (Alan Badel) makes me suspicious, sometimes you wonder why he doesn't get rid of her, considering the things she is doing right in front of his eyes to spoil his plans. We also never find out what's so great about the prime minister that Peck is so keen on helping, among other things. Specific scenes seem amateurish, almost so bad that it's good. I did enjoy quite a bit, particularly the compatibility of Peck and Loren. It's a messy affair, but has good amount of humor to cover its flaws; so if you can dismiss most of your brain cells you will have fun.
Steve S (kr) wrote: An above average adult thriller. A little slow, but if you catch it on TV with a big bowl of ice cream, you'll have fun with it.
james s (fr) wrote: A very technology movie.
Seattle S (nl) wrote: The best John Hughes movie John Hughes had nothing to do with..