Anne of the Indies

Anne of the Indies

After seizing an English ship, buccaneer captain Anne Providence spares Pierre LaRochelle from walking the plank - as he's in irons he is presumably no friend of England. He signs on as a pirate and she is increasingly drawn to him, a feeling that seems to be reciprocated. When fearsome Captain Blackbeard, her teacher in the ways of pirating, sets eyes on LaRochelle he recalls him as a French navy officer. Anne sticks by her man but the truth, when it is uncovered, is even more painful.

LaRochelle, a former pirate captain, is caught by the British. To get his ship back, he works as a spy against other pirates, first of all Blackbeard and Providence. He works on some ships,... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Anne of the Indies torrent reviews

John M (us) wrote: Many food documentaries all have the same message and same information but "Food, Inc." dives into issues never explored. The specific companies involved and the regulations on immigrant workers especially I think were completely unknown before this film. An important and fascinating documentary.

Chris L (us) wrote: The premise is uniquely Futurama but also high stakes enough to make you wonder what will happen and how things will resolve. Still drags a bit even with the bonkers storyline.

Stephanie T (ag) wrote: So funny, he just wants new shoes!!

Alexandra P (ag) wrote: what a terribly depressing film

Terri H (jp) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested

Andy B (ca) wrote: Mixed reviews but I like this endearing little piece of world cinema. Touching and gentle. A breath away from the blockbuster carnage

Joe M (br) wrote: Watched for the 1st time (!) and was rather disappointed. Perhaps if I'd seen this when it first came out in '87, I might have given it a higher rating being younger and dumber. But, Spaceballs just doesn't hold up to the test of time like some of Brooks other works, Airplane or the Naked Gun series. A few yuks, but no great laughs.

Kevin M W (ru) wrote: Raymond Massey (with his nigh patented homesapien superior act set on eleven) leads the cast in a glorious yet timely visualization of Herbert George Wells forecast for mankind's future. In it, Wells predicts World War ll, space travel, television and all sorts of modern day taken-for-granted-now stuff, years before any of it actually existed, a straight talking Nostradamus. He's wrong about some few minor details, but it's easily forgivable compared to how right the man was. Put this on a double feature with Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Jackie S (de) wrote: GREAT film about the 7th watts summer festival - AMAZING music and performances - can't say that enough. loved the crowd shots and richard pryor scenes. fantastic all around!

Bill B (ca) wrote: Finally got around to checking this one out after years of hearing about it and I was pleased to say that it's a nice little slice of life drama, though I wasn't expecting it to be a period piece, so that threw me a little but at first.Well worth a rental.