Based on a true story. The name of the real ship, that sunk Feb 5 1941 - during WWII - was S/S Politician. Having left Liverpool two days earlier, heading for Jamaica, it sank outside Eriskay, The Outer Hebrides, Scotland, in bad weather, containing 250,000 bottles of whisky. The locals gathered as many bottles as they could, before the proper authorities arrived, and even today, bottles are found in the sand or in the sea every other year.
- Stars:Basil Radford, Catherine Lacey, Bruce Seton, Joan Greenwood, Wylie Watson, Gabrielle Blunt, Gordon Jackson, Jean Cadell, James Robertson Justice, Morland Graham, John Gregson, James Woodburn, James Anderson, Jameson Clark, Duncan Macrae,
- Director:Alexander Mackendrick,
Scottish islanders try to plunder 50,000 cases of whisky from a stranded ship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Whisky Galore torrent reviews
(es) wrote: Takes place in a fictional area of VA (near Mechanicsville if they are going by road name). Lots of suspense. If you like Stephen King's stuff, you'll like this. No gore for gore's sake, but this does involve realistic autopsy scenes. Gives a nod to VCU at the end.
(it) wrote: Words can't describe how immature, idiotic, annoying, and stupid this sometimes funny "movie" can be.
(it) wrote: Writer/Director Sternfeld makes an amateur, hapless film from his amateur, hapless screenplay.
(fr) wrote: It's rare I like a movie starring Shia Labeouf. This isn't one of those times. In actuality I thought this was pretty terrible, and one of the most predictable films I've ever seen.
(de) wrote: pumpkinhead looks alot more like alien then himself in this dull film.
(ru) wrote: Un magnifique film voir, un modle de la science-fiction, et de fantastique, avec une ralisation superbe et interprtation magistrale. Un must du genre. Je le conseille vivement.
(br) wrote: Eeek! A g-g-g-g-goat!
(jp) wrote: Not bad... Lori Nelson was pretty hot back in the day and the her character's father was quite funny because he kept wanting to kill everyone.
(es) wrote: Not as good as the original, the original I felt like you didn't need to have read the book to understand. This one I felt like you really needed to have read the book to know what was going on.
(mx) wrote: Blair witch meets big foot. A decent film
(gb) wrote: A 2011 80s movie, rad!
(fr) wrote: Vacant, obnoxious, good looking youths head to Brazil for a good time but end up blah blah blah.... Racist, sexist and not one person in the cast shows any kind of charisma, so who cares when the butchery starts?
(jp) wrote: An honest and realistic portrayal of a couple coping with aging. I loved the slightly retro feel of the film, and the performances were wonderful. It is funny and heartfelt, but also quite sad at times. While it's not one of my favorite Baumbach films, While We're Young is yet another solid entry in his impressive filmography.