Blackbeard: Terror at Sea

Blackbeard: Terror at Sea

Go inside the cunning mind of Englishman Edward Teach. A charming criminal genius, the fearsome pirate who preyed on Caribbean trade routes: Blackbeard. An intelligent and charismatic leader who confounded the powers of England and Virginia as he overtook and pillaged 40 ships in two years, stealing hidden cargo and precious exports to and from the Caribbean.

In the Golden Age of Piracy, at the dawn of the 18th century, Blackbeard stood out among the lawless rogues as the most fearsome and notorious seafarer of them all. He killed for the reputation, and his reputation has become legend. Now, for the first time, comes the true story of pirate Edward Teach, the man who terrorized the seas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Stuart P (br) wrote: Tells the story of de Palma's career in a straight-ahead manner, movie-by-movie. A unique voice in cinema.

Tracy O (de) wrote: dont waste your time with the bad acting and film, everything is bad

Train M (nl) wrote: /C+/ Part whining, part obvious, part inspirational self-help video, this is a sloppy but interesting documentary.

Kera M (mx) wrote: It was just ok overall with some great parts and some great songs.

Andrew L (kr) wrote: What a waste of time watching this horror film. It's not even scary. It has no story, no style of direction and really boring.

Yash B (us) wrote: A very good movie that is also very interesting.

Evanna M (gb) wrote: funny.. both steve and goldie did great in this one.

Adhitama R (au) wrote: Watched it and for some reason I think Harry Potter based their movie after watching this

Bud M (it) wrote: Steve Guttennberg should have won best actor in th classic performance.

Tor M (us) wrote: A film produced in 1974, but not released until 1997. Interesting Italian crime thriller with cool (almost continuous) music and a great story. A robbery goes wrong and the nutty gang occupy a family car. A man, a lady and a sick kid in need of an hospital are in it and they don't appreciate the three new hikers.Looks a bit simple or even amaturish made but it's quite charming. The tensity is almost constant and new elements are brought to the story as it adds suspence. We even get a neat twist here. Not perfect, but an overlooked film. Gritty but realistic.6.5 out of 10 paninis.

Joel A (es) wrote: One of the few films that present the Native American Indian people in a human more accurate light.From my knowledge Disney had minimal input in the film & you can see that. Sal Mineo who played the Young Indian lead was fantastic & gave a great performance.For 1958 it was ahead of its time by challenging that Custer was not the hero he was cracked up to be.It's a likeable film that is interesting to watch & breath of fresh air to see Indians portrayed much more properly.

Patrick W (es) wrote: Live action adaptation of the classic book/animated film. If you were going to sit down and try to figure out someone to play the Grinch, I think they definitely got it right. Jim Carrey is well casted as the Grinch and does a good job with the script he was given. As this is a feature length film, they do have to pump a little more into the story than the original did, but it is appropriate.

Manny C (ru) wrote: All holiday-themed films should be this rich in humor and heartbreak. The Fitzgerald Family Christmas is low on bullshit, high risk-taking storytelling, all of it courtesy of Edward Burns, the writer, director and star who mines his Irish-Catholic roots and the spirit of his solid 1995 debut The Brothers McMullen. Burns is a man who knows the business of family. Burns is Gerry Fitzgerald, oldest of seven children whose mother is Josie (Anita Gillette, wonderful), a singel mother since her hsband, Big Jim (Ed Lauter), left them 20 years ago. Big Jim now has cancer and wants to be with the family for Christmas. Josie's not buying it, and the kids are divided. That's the film. Sounds contrived, but Burns and his stellar cast play it achingly for real, with deft comic notes and grit. Burns' film juggles a lot of characters, but we end up getting to know each one well. Brother Quinn (Michael McGlone) is looking to propose to his younger girlfriend (Daniella Pineda). Sister Sharon (Kerry Bishe) has her own sexual escapades with an older man (Noah Emmerich). Sister Dottie (Marsha Dietlin-Bennett) leaves her husband for a hunky gardener, sister Connie (Caitlin Fitgerald) is dealing with a pregnancy by an abusive boyfriend, while youngest brother Cyril (Tom Guiry) is fresh out of rehab. Then there's sister Erin (Heather Burns), who looks the part of the normal one and looks down on her family save for her father. The emotions roiling beneath are palpable. Burns brings in his Brothers McMullen co-star Connie Britton (tv's Friday Night Lights and Nashville) as Gerry's new love interest, and their scenes together are excellent and vibrant. Burns is a consummate indie filmmaker, an actor who works the Hollywood game to finance his own personal films. The Fitzgerald Family Christmas may be his finest.