On a dig in the remote Jordanian desert, maverick archaeologist Victoria Carter (Anna Friel) discovers an ancient scroll buried in the ruins of an old temple. It is encrypted with the location of the long lost Seal of Solomon, which, according to legend, was given to King Solomon by God himself. But this mighty treasure is also being sought by, amongst others, Victoria’s estranged father, renowned archaeologist Teddy Carter, who’s soon hot on its trail.
- Stars:Anna Friel, Raoul Bova, Volker Bruch, Akram Allie, Hein De Vries, George Jackos, Andre Jacobs, Jana Kleyn, Florentine Lahme, Patrick Lyster, Tyrel Meyer, Jose Moreira Vaz, Danie Sandenbergh, Gaëtan Schmid, David Sherwood,
- Director:Iain B. MacDonald,
- Writer:Richard Kurti (teleplay), Bev Doyle (teleplay)
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Treasure Guards torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Beginning with its unnecessarily dramatic title card, The Dirties really doesn't know quite what kind of film it would like to be. Its found footage structure is interesting at first, but then blends with perhaps unintentional moments of traditional cinematography, which doesn't quite make sense. Who is filming? What are they thinking? Why are they filming? Questions that don't ever seem to get answered. Ultimately though, the story is an excellent parable, illustrating the woeful effects of bullying and loneliness
(de) wrote: This movie seemed petty enjoyable, Pixar does its best, even though mater stole the show, it was pretty good. Let's get that bucket filled, I'm hoping Cars 3 gets Certified Fresh, and let's make Cars 2 Fresh or Certified Fresh like every other Pixar movie!
(au) wrote: Frickin great movie man, the bottem line dude just go with the flow
(es) wrote: So....where to begin? That's what I want to ask the director. Couldn't decide if this movie wanted to be a drama between a mom and daughter, or between a women and her lover, a thriller or a creature feature....oh wait, something about maybe zombies? Hell I'd I know, and the lead actress was so over the top at points I laughed and couldn't take her for real. My suggestion. Avoid, unless you want to watch a jumbled mess.
(es) wrote: Scandinavan + indie = not the type of humor you might be expecting. Just a warning. This movie has interesting characters thrown together in a very indie way, and is a comedy only classically. Worth watching, like a good version of You and Me and Everyone We Know.
(ru) wrote: Mickey Rourke became one of my favorite actors after seeing him in Angel Heart and 9 1/2 weeks. Poor guy,if it was not for his looks ruined by the ages and surgery, I could thought of him to be one of the best late century's leading role men! But I can't say Wild Orchid was a good film, but it's not Micky Rourke or Carrie Otis fault. They were both attractive, and tried hard with the material,but the material just wasn't interesting. There was no plot in Wild Orchid. What was in Wild Orchid? Nothing. There was no love, acting was mediocre, the film wasn't entertaining. Just the last sex scene was erotic. For me, the film sucks .
(de) wrote: A window into the Harlem renaissance. Classic. I could watch it again and again.
(jp) wrote: Hard not to like a film about laser-firing mall security robots that go awry after the mall is hit by (of course) lightning.
(de) wrote: Always good for a laugh
(mx) wrote: CYBER JASON and CRONENBERG!
(jp) wrote: Wasn't a great storyline type of film, but it did make me laugh, and feel relaxed after a long ass day at work.
(nl) wrote: Watched this one on Netflix....sounded alright....but it was good to see Australia can pump out crappy "action" flicks too. Skip this one....and go back and watch the classic 'Red Dawn'...SO MUCH BETTER! Ohhh..joy...they are making a continuation to this flick.