Zombies of Mora Tau
American tycoon George Harrison, his beautiful wife, Mona, and deep-sea diver Jeff Clark are off the coast of Africa hoping to salvage a fortune in diamonds at the bottom of the sea near the voodoo-haunted island of Mora Tau, and are joined by an English girl named Jan. The treasure is reported to be guarded by Zombies, walking dead-men doomed to roam the earth until men stop trying to find the sacred treasure. Here, they are walking the sea-bottom, and there is a large conflict of interest between them and the treasure-seekers.
- Stars:Gregg Palmer, Allison Hayes, Autumn Russell, Joel Ashley, Morris Ankrum, Marjorie Eaton, Gene Roth, Leonard P. Geer, Karl 'Killer' Davis, William Baskin, Ray Corrigan, Mel Curtis, Frank Hagney,
- Director:Edward L. Cahn,
- Writer:George H. Plympton (story), Bernard Gordon (screenplay)
Zombie-like, dead crewmen of a sunken ship have always prevented salvagers from claiming the wreck's legendary box of diamonds, but will a new group of treasure hunters succeed? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Zombies of Mora Tau torrent reviews
(au) wrote: This darker sequel to 'Superman/Batman: Public Enemies' (2009) is a consistently entertaining and beautifully executed piece. The interpersonal relationships between Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman and new arrival Kara offers some well-constructed insight into our favourite heroes.
(kr) wrote: I loved this movie. It was funny, with funny characters. A romantic comedy.
(jp) wrote: very funny movie, great story
(de) wrote: This was a lot better than I expected. It had a nice and interesting story and nice action. I'd give this one an 8/10.
(de) wrote: A decent story, slightly let down by exaggerated, cliched characters.
(kr) wrote: When [real life] Steve Wozniak says this movie pretty much shows how everything happened, nothing you can say about this movie has Any Value!Honestly! Lex
(au) wrote: Against my better judgement, I'm giving this 3.5 stars. We all have our guilty pleasures in life and this little fun B-movie happens to be one of mine.
(ru) wrote: "Let's say there was a burning building and you could rush in and you could save only one thing: either the last known copy of Shakespeare's plays or some anonymous human being. What would you do?"In 1920s New York, a struggling playwright is forced to cast a mobster's talentless girlfriend in his latest drama in order to get it produced.REVIEWAllen's "Bullets Over Broadway" deals with a struggling stage writer (John Cusack) who is so desperate to get one of his plays on Broadway in the 1920s that he reluctantly enlists the help of the local mafia crime lord to fund the play. Of course there is a large stipulation. The crime lord's girl must be in the play (hilariously played by Jennifer Tilly in an Oscar-nominated role). Needless to say she's terrible and Cusack struggles with her in the play. However, he has booked A-list actress Dianne Wiest (in her second Oscar-winning role) who is an alcoholic who has seen better days in her career. Tilly's bodyguard (Chazz Palminteri, also in an Oscar-nominated role) sees the play rehearsed firsthand and gives Cusack some directions on the project that Cusack cannot refuse. Palminteri is street smart and knows how people really talk, while Cusack is so educated that his words make no sense to the normal audience. This film is what "The Godfather" would have been like if Allen had directed it. The screenplay is outstanding and Allen's direction has rarely been better. Cusack is fun and hilarious, but it is the supporting cast that makes the movie work. Other than the aforementioned Oscar-nominated actors, there are great turns by several others. Mary-Louise Parker, Tracy Ullman, Jim Broadbent, Jack Warden, Rob Reiner, Harvey Feinstein, and Joe Viterelli are all superb in well-calculated supporting roles.
(mx) wrote: Excellent monster design! The director and producers are not worried about showing the demon plenty of times throughout, so we can marvel at its excellent construction.
(br) wrote: One of the best films ever made, it shows us the hopeless life some kids have in Mexico City. Plot: 5 out of 5; like in a spider-web, every plot collides into a common point: the rotten society that corrupts kids and makes impossible to them to be saved. Acting: 4.5 out of 5; Perfect job made by the kids. Direction: 5 out of 5; Buuel at his finest; he never looses the chance to use his surrealistic style at some points. Music: 4.5 out of 5; Relying more on the sounds of daily Mexico, Music is there to guide us sometimes through the movie. Effects and locations: 5 out of 5; Perfect locations; effects are almost non-existent; a movie like this does not need to rely on them. Overall: 4.8/5 Final words: A magnificent piece of art by Buuel. Pues ten cuidado porque las gallinas tambin pueden vengarse...
(it) wrote: Extremely cheezy movie, could not be more unoriginal. This director should take a hike.
(kr) wrote: Not bad, weird interaction between the couple at the end. But cool