Wake of the Red Witch

Wake of the Red Witch

Captain Ralls fights Dutch shipping magnate Mayrant Sidneye for the woman he loves, Angelique Desaix, and for a fortune in gold aboard the Red Witch.

Captain Ralls fights Dutch shipping magnate Mayrant Sidneye for the woman he loves, Angelique Desaix, and for a fortune in gold aboard the Red Witch. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Abdulmalik A (it) wrote: pretty much satisfying.

Dana P (br) wrote: This was pretty good. Didnt see that one coming!!!!

Rachel L (br) wrote: The idea sounded nice, but poor execution killed it right off the bat. There are too many ideas and points the director/writer wants to get across to the audience in such a short amount of time that you're often left wondering "What's the ULTIMATE message here?"And the love between the two leads was kind of unbelievable and seemed a little fake. And random plot and character twists coming out of nowhere didn't help much either...

Maya F (it) wrote: i've heard it is based on a book which i'm soon going to read *-* niceee one.

Naughtia N (us) wrote: Serving Sara is a very easy going and charming movie. The two leading roles are played wonderfully by Matthew Perry and Elizabeth Hurley. Joe is a process server who meets Sara when he delivers divorce papers to her. Sara is chocked to know that her husband wants a divorce because she thought they were happily married. The papers say that she is about to lose everything in the divorce and she does not want to let that happen. I thought this movie is enjoyable because of these two talented actors and their good chemistry. Allthough this was set to be a great movie, it wasn't nearly as good as I'd expected it to be. It's sad because the story has much more potential.

Tim S (jp) wrote: Based on the novel of the same name by Irvine Welsh. Set in the late 1980s in Edinburgh, Scotland, this film tells the story of Heroin addict Mark Renton (McGregor) as he tries to clean up and get out, despite the allure of the drugs and influence of his circle of misfit friends.

Jonny B (br) wrote: Truffaut truly gets outstanding performances from youngsters and he knows how to tell and showcase their stories beautifully. One of my favourites of Mr. Truffaut.

William A (ag) wrote: This movie was ahead of its time on tackling the taboo subject of race relations, its knock out funny too.

Patrik E (ru) wrote: 1/5 inte vrd att se.

Adam S (nl) wrote: "Fierce Creatures" acts as John Cleese's follow-up to the smash comedy "A Fish Called Wanda", and many of the elements are still there (notably the acting talents of Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Kline and Michael Palin) but it feels slightly less fresh this time around, although that certainly doesn't preclude it from being a very funny film.Kline is once again the stand-out actor from amongst the foursome, with his dual role as an American heir to a company, and his inexplicably New Zealander father (an obvious parody of Australian mogul Rupert Murdoch). And, also like "Wanda", not enough praise is given to Palin's role as a fast-talking zookeeper with a fondness for tarantulas.Despite all this, there's no ultimately iconic scene, like the shooting of the dogs/John Cleese speaking Russian while naked/Michael Palin with chips up his nose scenes from Wanda. There are, however, nods to previous works of Cleese, including Cleese accidentally calling Curtis "Wanda", and Monty Python references (a spectator at a sea lion show was described as having "beautiful plumage", and John Cleese's daughter utters the line "It's only a flesh wound")Also appearing are comedy legend Ronnie Corbett, and in the background, Jack Davenport makes his screen debut.A fun movie, but nothing on Cleese's usual standard.

Dan M (au) wrote: I think the writer got together with the director and said "I've got a partial idea for a movie, about 15 minutes worth." And then the director said, "That's OK, we'll just have everyone point guns at each other and threaten to kill Ben Affleck for the first hour. This is how this movie was born.