Begushchaya po volnam

Begushchaya po volnam

The young pianist Thomas Harvey finds the brig "Hurrying through the Waves". After a brawl, Harvey is abandoned alone in a lifeboat, cut adrift from its moorings. By a miracle, a fair ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:93 minutes
  • Release:1967
  • Language:Russian,Bulgarian
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

A pianist named Garvey, while traveling on a tour, gets off the train to buy cigarettes, and learns from a salesgirl that the cities imagined by Grin really exist. Forgetting about his tour, he goes to one of these cities, where he meets the captain of “The Waverunner”… . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Jeremy C (us) wrote: Alright, so its a kid's movie. You have to watch them every so often when there's a kid in the family. Thankfully, some of these movies are actually decent movies.Now, there are, of course, some very predictable elements to this movie: the kid is a motherless, lonely youth with a well-meaning but out-of-touch father. The kid is brilliant, yet loves his Goldberg machines too much. The villains are clearly villains and things that should never otherwise happen because plot demands it.Still, for all that, the movie is engaging and really fun to watch. Even with the clichs, I found the movie creative. And, heck, I even got teary at the end there. It's not a perfect movie, but it's fun, kids will like it, and you might, too.

Private U (ru) wrote: IGay man at old age it's not a common topic in cinema and not a very common topic in general. It's interesting the way the director/screenwriter/actor makes a reflexion about this.

shauna l (us) wrote: i really want to see this!!!

Private U (es) wrote: The underwater cinematography was visually astounding.

Ryan G (mx) wrote: The story of a bunch of lazy stoners and mediocre musicians who just couldn't get along even though they had so much in common.

Graeme H (gb) wrote: A movie that probably needs a second viewing. Gibson, Foster and Coburn were notably memorable, though the moviemaking can't be attested.

Eric H (de) wrote: Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed' is fundamental viewing for any serious horror movie fan. This is a movie based around great performances, stunning visuals, a haunting and atmospheric soundtrack as well as quintessential Hammer-style horror.

Brian R (it) wrote: "Good old Watson. The one fixed point in a changing age. But there's an East wind coming all the same. Such a wind as never blew on England yet. It will be cold and bitter, Watson, and a good many of us may wither before its blast. But it's God's own wind none the less. And a greener, better, stronger land will be in the sunshine when the wind is cleared." This closing quote from His Last Bow is perhaps the best moment in "The Voice of Terror" or "Sherlock Holmes Defeats the Nazi Invasion" as it could more accurately have been called. Holmes and Watson have been well modified and adapted to a wartime setting. Watson chides Holmes when he goes to collect his deerstalker from the hatstand: "Holmes, you said you wouldn't." Unfortunately it's let down by some bad acting, particularly by Evelyn (W) Ankers who has clearly never been anywhere near the East End of London where her character's supposed to be from. There's a lot of arguing between Intelligence officers who start and stop talking at exactly the same moment. Thomas Gomez is very good though, in an intense Nazi kind of way, in his film debut. The biggest fascination of the film for me is Basil Rathbone's hair - I've never seen anything quite like it anywhere else.

Cj O (kr) wrote: When a movie has black belts of one style performing white belt moves while a man makes his sloppy own style that you can tell doesn't hit anyone while filming, you know that all this movie is supposed to be is a slap in the face by a pretentious martial arts dropout who's a better actor than fighter. All "Enter the Dragon" was supposed to be is an insult to martial arts that are not the style he invented, an insult to people like Ken Ogawa and Yip Man. Even then, it's not a well-constructed one during the last half. The whole film is original, lacking proper fight scenes, logic, and character development.

Andrew M (jp) wrote: Old School was an okay movie. The plot wasn't that good and it lacked comedy. This movie is more for college kids and maybe even high schoolers. I wouldn't really suggest this movie.