Heading for a newly inherited island, the boys are shipwrecked and marooned on an atoll which has just emerged from the sea. Along with their cook, a stowaway and a girl who is fleeing her ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Stan and Ollie are marooned on an atoll. This was their last film together.
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Kawana P (ru) wrote: this is a good and funny a little
Ilja S (au) wrote: To me, this second installment is not superior to the first movie, It delivers more action and a better plot, but again fails to give you any emotional impact or believeable characters (besides Lara).
Zachary D (es) wrote: The Charlie Cox tv show is better than this piece of crap??.
RaraRafIqah F (fr) wrote: OMG, the 80s was really crazy in a good way. I liked the main character, Louise and the plot was really nice. Love the setting, scenes and the trends too. The music was pretty funky too. Overall, another 80s hit I absolutely would watch again. :)
Grant S (us) wrote: A Western for teens.Quite clichd, unoriginal and predictable with a dialogue that is so over-the-top and gung ho that you have to think that the target demographic for this movie was teenage males.Stock-standard, linear plot that signals just about its every turn and constantly feels like a generic western. Mentor of band of young cowboys gets killed, the cowboys go after the murderers, cue many shootouts.Main cast consists of some of the brightest young stars of the time: Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland, Lou Diamond Phillips, Dermot Mulroney. The supporting cast were where the more seasoned (and possibly, at the time, more well-known) talent was: Jack Palance, Terence Stamp, Brian Keith.
Patrick D (us) wrote: Allow me to gush: This film is AWESOME.So it takes place in the times of the swashbuckle, you have your one dimensional (2 at most) hero, his smart as hell sidekick, who together comprise of a great vampire hunting team. The sidekick knows everything there is to know about vampire, and is intelligent as hell while Kronos, our hero, is like the gunslinger of fencing swords... or should I say samurai? Well that's actually where this film gets interesting as it shares so many attributes with the Italian western or the samurai film. Not only that but it has a healthy dose of Italian and French exploitation appeal, and is produced by a British studio (Hammer, to be exact). So what you have is a cowboy/samurai/brit-horror hybrid or sorts that works despite it's slow parts and especially because of it's cheese and B appeal. It climaxes in an excited sword fight as well.How can you loose?
Adam R (us) wrote: An odd and somewhat dark story for a musical that I didn't care for. The music is bland and all of the songs seem to blend together. (First and only full viewing - 4/18/2010)
Jacqueline S (jp) wrote: Such an amazing cast! You really feel for each and every character by the end of the film. Toby Regbo is relatable and graceful in his portrayal of James Sveck, I can't wait to see what he does next!