Zeus and Roxanne

Zeus and Roxanne

Mary Beth is a marine biologist that gets annoyed when a dog called Zeus stows aboard her research boat. Nevertheless she is intrigued when the intrusive canine makes best-friends with her ...

In a Bahamian resort, marine researcher Mary Beth meets musician Terry and their children engineer a romance between them, while his stray dog and her dolphin bond. In the end, it's a race to save the dolphin and Zeus, who was kidnapped by Claude. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Zeus and Roxanne torrent reviews

Amber M (de) wrote: disappointing, boring

Trent R (es) wrote: Monster/Western mash-up with terrible dialogue and a highly predictable plot. Marsters goes through the motions as though he knows it.

Bebe G (ag) wrote: it's an okay movie, I got to meet the director so that was cool, it's like harold and kumar meets some random generic heist film

Mickey M (nl) wrote: New York City homicide detective "Vincent LaMarca" (Robert De Niro) investigates the murder of a drug pusher -- and the prime suspect is his own drug addicted, estranged son (James Franco). However, he's not the only one who wants his son. This is one of the best acted movies I've seen. Nearly every actor did a really good job. The only problem is that some of the characters were in it less than they should have been in my opinion. De Niro and especially Franco have the best performances in this movie. You can actually sense the rift between the two. You can also feel the inner struggle of Franco's character as he battles drug addiction. The visuals are not that spectacular. The scenes that are actually filmed in NYC don't use the metropolis to its advantage. Another problem is the movie's locations where Franco's character lives isn't as rundown as you'd expect to see. The script itself is not bad and the movie is well-paced. There isn't much suspense like there should have been. A movie like this should have had more dramatic scenes of the son running from the law. This is one movie you should consider renting the next time you go to your local rental store. Just about everything makes this movie worth taking a look at.

monsieur r (mx) wrote: All about a marriage going going going and then going bad. If you like Streep and Nicholson you should like this tale of infidelity and disallusionment. A big treat is seeing a young Kevin Spacey in his first feature film debut as a robber.

Kevin M W (br) wrote: There's not much of a story here: cowboys drive a herd of cattle from the Rio Grande to Abilene, so the characters and their motivations become nearly the whole magilla, the reason to watch this. Now while the whole cast does pretty okay with the material (particularly Walter Brennan as the sidekick) its Wayne that carries this motion picture as a man gone bad because one stupid moment of pride costs the woman he loves her life. The rest of the picture is how everyone he knows tries to deal with him seen through that tragedy. Years later George Lucas will try to assign his chief claim to fame (Darth Vader) a similar rationale for evil but, believe you me, its done a 100 times better here. And good guy Wayne's take on twisted is only a warm-up for what comes later in John Ford's The Searchers.

Jonathan S (jp) wrote: It's a solid film until Daniel Webster (Edward Arnold) and Scratch (the amazing Walter Huston) square off each other in the homestretch...then it's awesome!

Frankly D (gb) wrote: simply exilherating and fascinating