Goldrush: A Real Life Alaskan Adventure
A girl from high society joins an all-male expedition to Alaska during the 1899 gold rush.
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Frances H (mx) wrote: Interesting debut film that explores that most complex problem--sexual relations and under what circumstances do we enjoy it the most. What is necessary to make it special and satisfying. I like there answers that this film gave.
David J (nl) wrote: Nothing redeeming here.
Olga C (de) wrote: it was okay, some of the things said were pretty nifty.
Jesse D (nl) wrote: Not Real eventful just some guy globetrotting around the USA and India finding the meaning of Yoga..Really enjoyed it though.
Matthew B (es) wrote: The best documentary I have seen to date! I had no idea how deep the Enron corruption ran. Enron had involvements in everything from the 2001 rolling blackouts in California to California's wildfires to even the demise of Blockbuster Video. Watch this movie!
Alejandro L (jp) wrote: Que mala banda sonora, que ambientacin tan dbil, parece una de esas series de detectives de los 80. Mucho contenido sexual. Y el final bueno, digno de hacer un captulo de CSI nicamente.
Craig C (it) wrote: Funny, sweet and without doubt the best cheerleader film!
Gordon R (mx) wrote: Recruits go to the beach, duh.
Jocelyn g (gb) wrote: one of my favorite movies in the 90's.....i love emmanuellie beart, she sooo innocent....very angelic....very fit for her role as an angel....and i also fell in love with michael e. knight....ive been looking for the copy of this movie coz i want to watch it over and over again....though its very impossible, i wish i can have an angel too
Scott M (nl) wrote: One of my all time favorite movies. I really can't understand the negative reviews by the movie critics, one can only assume that they feel that it a slight on the "serious" Zorro story. The quotes, the over the tops accents and swashbuckling and the 100% goods guys vs the 100% bad guys without any shades of grey make this a wonderful comedy.Our family still quotes the movie 34 years later..."Ship oil, you know the little Baa Baa Baas."
Matt S (nl) wrote: If Douglas Sirk subscribed to any creed with his 1950's melodramas, it was clearly 'go big, or go home.'This 1954 film (the second screen adaptation of a novel by a minister named Lloyd C. Douglas) pulls no punches as it plays up a weird morality tale that plays as a watered down Christian allegory. All you need to know is that Rock Hudson is a selfish millionaire playboy who gets into a boating accident at the EXACT moment that Jane Wyman's husband has a heart attack and dies because the one resuscitator in town is being used to save Hudson's life. He then falls in love with Jane Wyman after discovering he was 'responsible' for her husband's death the PREVIOUS DAY and starts hounding her like she's the only piece of ass around for miles. She is understandably uncomfortable and as she tries to escape him one afternoon SHE GETS HIT BY A CAR. AND GOES BLIND. What follows culminates in one of the finest Technicolor weepies to ever hit the big screen. In case you actually would ever want to watch such a picture (which I love in ways that I cannot justify), I won't fully spoil the way the story unfolds, but Hudson's character becomes obsessed with making things right. He takes advantage of her blindness to befriend her with a fresh start. Soon enough, he's making plans to have the greatest doctors in Europe restore her sight. And yes, as you can imagine, it gets even more ridiculous than that.
Grant T (kr) wrote: Not a bad effort at a sad story with a strong message