Rugged Captain Alan Gaskell (Clark Gable) sails the perilous waters between Hong Kong and Singapore with a secret cargo: a fortune in British gold. That's not the only risky cargo he carries. Both his fiery mistress (Jean Harlow) and his refined fiancee (Rosalind Russell) are aboard! With their wisecracking banter, gutsy glamour and dynamic physicality, Gable and Harlow prove once again that they were the '30s most scorching screen pair in this rough-and-tumble tale of the sea. Highlights include a raging typhoon, a battle with bloodthirsty Malay pirates, and Harlow's drinking contest with bluff villain Wallace Beery, who wants the gold and the platinum blonde. Adventure (and Golden Era allure) dead ahead on China Seas.
When earthy Dolly Portland is rejected by Captain Gaskell in favor of a socialite, she aids Jamesy McCardle, in league with Malay pirates, in his plot to seize his ship. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gimly M (de) wrote: This was the first film of 2016 that had me hit that "I can't do it" point, and had to turn off. I have a pretty good tolerance for bad movies, being a horror-pundit will do that to a man, but Tape 407 was unbearable.
Wwe S (au) wrote: Loved it can't wait for cars 3
Jiana W (nl) wrote: Steve Zahn and Jennifer Aniston are an interesting screen couple. Zahn is Mike, an impulsive but very sweet night manager at his family's Podunk motel. He is instantly smitten when Susan, an art dealer, checks in one night. He awkwardly pursues her and Susan gives in the morning that she departs, sleeping with him in the motel's laundry room. That is all Mike needs, because he falls for her, hard, and decides to visit/follow her where ever she goes. When he discovers that she is living with someone else-- a successful, ex-punk rocker turned dog trainer named Jango-- he travels to her town to win her back. Mike is a sympathetic character that you root for but you also understand where Susan is coming from as well when she rejects his advances. It's sweet and funny. It almost kind of reminded me of "Arthur" a little, except Mike isn't super-wealthy. But he's got the playful, kid-like qualities and a starry-eyed way of looking at relationships that his love interest finds charming but can't fully get behind. It isn't the greatest romantic comedy, or the funniest, but it has some cute, sweet moments.
Daniel N (br) wrote: porn movie without porn. Thats all it is. Bad actors, bad lines, hot chicks and terrible story
Ben C (gb) wrote: This was good when I was eight. Inspiring even.
Private U (fr) wrote: I really love Judy Garland and Van Johnson together, they had a really good dynamic.
Julian S (kr) wrote: Never underestimate Batman!!!!!!
Alec H (au) wrote: Campy '80s Aussie piggie monster film, fun little B-movie
I am A (mx) wrote: It's like the girl take on footloose... great 80s movie