100 Days in the Jungle tells the amazing true story of Canadian oil workers who were kidnapped by Colombian rebels and marched through the Ecuadorian jungle for 100 days. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
100 Days in the Jungle
100 Days in the Jungle tells the amazing true story of Canadian oil workers who were kidnapped by Colombian rebels and marched through the Ecuadorian jungle for 100 days.
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Aldo M (mx) wrote: Woody Allen at his worst.Benigni is even more irritating than usual.The story with Alec Balwin has no reason to be.A bad one.
Deb J (ag) wrote: Awful. Didnt want to finish but I did.... Embarrassed it's based out of Texas
Amanda T (jp) wrote: Cary Elwes? The guy from Princess Bride? If so I totally want to see it!
Bill R (mx) wrote: A very strange but intriguing movie from Japan. Despite how off the wall as weird it was I just went with it. In its own way the story was good and unfolded well. The explanation for everything was understandable and the acting was well done. There was a slight issue with the subtitles sometimes though. Randomly on the screen and sometimes hard to read. Still prefer the subtitles versions though because the dubbed ones usual are horrid.
Unhero Eddie (gb) wrote: Amazing character study. Often profound and scary at the same time.
Stuart K (ru) wrote: Produced by American International Pictures, who for a time made a few horror films made in England, this was a horror film directed by Gordon Hessler from an original script by Tim Kelly and Christopher Wicking, although the producers credited it in all the promotion to Edgar Allen Poe as a way of cashing in, but it feels like a tamer version of Witchfinder General (1968). Set in Elizabethian England, nasty magistrate Lord Edward Whitman (Vincent Price) is going around the area where he lives with his boorish, ill-mannered sons Harry (Carl Rigg) and Sean (Stephan Chase), hunting witches and punishing and torturing them accordingly. However, when Whitman and his sons come upon a coven of witches led by sorceress Oona (Elisabeth Bergner), she casts a curse upon the Whitman family, and summons an evil spirit to bring down the Whitman family. Around that time, a mysterious man arrives in the village where Lord Whitman holds the law, his name is Roderick (Patrick Mower), and he wears a strange medalion that's been with him since he can remember. It's a weird horror film, it takes it's sweet time in getting going, but it does have good moments. One of the best bits being a terrific title sequence done by Terry Gilliam, which manages to be scary and hilarious at the same time. If only he had done more like this.
Sarah C (ru) wrote: nice flow of the drama. "wish me a rainbow" song to start the movie and ends with the same song made the movie in nice flow, and memorable.
Jesper J (us) wrote: Interesting story about a PT crew commanded by JFK. Wonder about the accuracy though.
Chris G (ru) wrote: While the movie's story and filming is nothing beyond the normal, the film, of course, is elevated to new heights by Robin Williams simply being Robin Williams.