Elias and the Royal Yacht

Elias and the Royal Yacht

The little rescue boat Elias signs on to the mission to find the royal ship, who has been missing for a time due to his daughter's disappearance. During the mission Elias has to prove his bravery.

I Elias og Kongeskipet møter vi Elias trygt til kai i Lunvik, men snart får Elias nye utfordringer og farvann å bryne seg på. Kongeskipet er savnet og sammen med marinen blir Elias rekruttert for å løse mysteriet. Oppdraget lar seg ikke løse så lett og Elias blir tatt ut av operasjonen - nedbrutt seiler Elias sin egen sjø, men da alt ser som mørkest ut støter han på et velkjent skip. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Sean T (ru) wrote: Fifty Shades Darker becomes a good film once you start treating it like a comedy.

Lee O (br) wrote: Enjoyable romcom. Justin and Mila are ridiculously good looking. Fun to watch though.

Lee M (jp) wrote: Begins as a refreshingly subversive departure from the Hollywood studios' cookie-cutter romances, but the thin script can't sustain that initial charge, and it soon flattens out, like a punctured comic balloon.

Matraca B (nl) wrote: Its awesome...which could be partially cuz Diego Luna is HOTT.....lol

Luke E (us) wrote: Even though Seinfeld can kind of come off as just a little bit of a prick, at times, this ends up being pretty poignant and very interesting. Who knew that the business of laughter was so damn serious?

Larry Y (ru) wrote: A Vietnam movie starring a guy who moved to Australia to avoid being drafted. No Thanks.

David J (mx) wrote: Cute teen comedy? As if! "Clueless" is neither cute nor funny and it's as unsatisfying as bubblegum (the kind where the taste runs out fast).

Eric H (kr) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie... In My DVD collection of baseball movies... Reminded me how great the sport truly is... Whether it's here in America or Japan.

Hollie T (ag) wrote: So, So, SO much fun! If you're into and love the likes of 976-Evil, I can't recommend this enough. What a pleasant surprise.

Zane T (gb) wrote: I kinda liked it better when it was called a Nightmare on Elm Street 3. Actually, the similarities are grounds for a lawsuit, if Wes Craven ever wanted to pursue it. Jennifer Rubin is the sole survivor of a 1970's cult mass suicide who thinks the spirit of their leader, played by Richard Lynch, is still around and he is killing all the people in her group therapy in ways to make it look like, suicide. He appears in her dreams. Sound familiar? Apparently, the only good thing about this movie is the performance of Dean Cameron as a horny, arrogrant youth who enjoys mutilating his body. As the slasher horror loving teen in Summer School, he seems to be the only actor in the movie who is having fun with the role. The twist at the end tries to be clever, but you have to be a freakin' pharmacist to understand it.

Nofita T (mx) wrote: Interesting story, fabulous actors/actresses, beautifully captured... what more to expect? Already watched it four times now... one of my fav

Daniel S (it) wrote: This is considered a cinema classic so I checked it out, frankly I don't see why it is considered so great, it could have been I felt, the potential was there, it makes some good remarks about Hollywood and actors, but instead of being a smart comedy it resorts to all these dumb physical humor bits which seem very out of place, Lake starts out as a strong independent woman, an equal companion to McCrea, but she resorts to just being eye candy and just a romantic interest for him, also the whole bit with him going to jail is so contrived, i know they wanted to show him suffering for real, but it's so implausible how he gets there, plus his decision to not make dramatic films is based off one screening of prisoners laughing at a cartoon (unrealistically loud at that) so what is it bad then to make dramatic films showing the plight of the poor? cant both types of films coexist? Call me a hater then whatevs

Avinash V (de) wrote: horrible doesn't even deserve a half star...omg