A stolen computer disk contains the location of a hidden tresaure trove. It's up to the sexy ladies of LETHAL (Legion to Ensure Total Harmony and Law) to find the treasure before the bad ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach
A stolen computer disk contains the location of a hidden tresaure trove. It's up to the sexy ladies of LETHAL (Legion to Ensure Total Harmony and Law) to find the treasure before the bad guys do.
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Carolyn W (kr) wrote: The first part seemed really imaginative and charming. Then it just got kinda ridiculous and full of child endangerment.
Nick B (au) wrote: The performances are actually decent, with a good performance from Owen Wilson. The story was just not good. Overall it was a bad movie.
Luke T (gb) wrote: This is good and certainly interesting movie to have been made by director Anne Fletcher but she does a good job in charge of the production, as this romantic comedy stars Katherine Heigl as Jane, an amateur wedding planner who hopes to be the blushing bride one day, until her ditzy sister (Malin Akerman) steals her man.Heigl suits the role of Jane well as she has worn 27 different outfits for 27 different weddings, something of which will never happen in real-life, and she is quite annoyed and angered that her sibling has stolen the man she secretly loves.Akerman gives a good performance as her sister but Heigl is the better of the two, while there is good support to be had from Edward Burns in his role as the man who Akerman marries, while James Marsden is good as the reporter who has his eyes set on Heigl - but she doesn't know it.The direction from Fletcher is good as the pace does not slow down, and the script is well written by Aline Brosh McKenna as there are good laughs to be had.Overall, this is one enjoyable and respectable film with the two leads good and the narrative is definitely there.
Jillian S (it) wrote: Political Robin Williams....nuff said
Adam P (de) wrote: Absolutely amazing. David Tennant is a revelation in the lead, and the rest of the brilliant Royal Shakespeare Company breathe new life into the script's genius with their naturalistic and human delivery. Cleverly recontextualizing the play in an exciting and palpable contemporary setting, this is the definitive modern version of Hamlet.
Nick B (nl) wrote: The greatest film of all time- for all fans of music, quiffs, dead guitarists and tractors!
Olli H (br) wrote: "Starman" was a nicely different John Carpenter movie, a sci-fi/romance film. An alien responds to the Voyager II message of humankind's invitation to visit our planet but upon approach it's ship is shot down when mistaken to a meteor. Crashed in central USA, the alien finds Jenny Hayden's (Karen Allen) house and transformes into a shape of her dead husband Scott (Jeff Bridges). Reluctantly, Jenny agress to take "Scott" to Arizona, where "his" people wait to rescue him. But the US government knows his crash and are trying to catch him."Starman" was quite much alike with another sci-fi film called "Contact". In both these films the villains are us, the mankind, so horrifically stupid in the face of extraterrestrial discovery. Even one character asks from the military man-in-charge: "What happened to common curtesy? We INVITED him here!" It makes me mad to think we would be this naive and stupid but seeing how the world is today, there's not much hope to that.Overall, a solid classic with great performance from the great Jeff Bridges and from Karen Allen as well.
Tobias M (jp) wrote: Melville in the first hour directed a master piece. The tension created by silence and elements or simple human mistake and correction is incredible. For me it was a shame when the plot took over and the tension was left behind. Gian Maria Volante is stunning in a muted but deep performance.