Liane, Jungle Goddess
Researchers in the African jungle find a young white woman living with a tribe, that adores her as goddess. They carry her off and proudly report to the press. It turns out that she may be Liane, the long lost daughter of the rich shipowner Amelongen. So Toren starts civilizing her and takes her to Germany, where she - now in love with Toren - has to defend herself against accusations of legacy-hunting. Will she fit into her new society?
- Stars:Marion Michael, Hardy Krüger, Irene Galter, Peter Mosbacher, Rudolf Forster, Reggie Nalder, Rolf von Nauckhoff, Edward Tierney, Reinhard Kolldehoff, Herbert Hübner, Olga von Togni, Jean Pierre Faye, Arno Paulsen, Anneliese Würtz, Editha Horn,
- Country:West Germany
- Director:Eduard von Borsody,
- Writer:Anne Day-Helveg (novel), Thomas Fough (idea), Ernst von Salomon (script)
An expedition discovers blonde 16 year-old Liane venerated by the native tribe in the African jungle and returns her to Hamburg where she is welcomed by her grandfather, ship tycoon Von ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Liane, Jungle Goddess torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Contracted is a low-budget, body-horror film with an extremely disgusting story and stomach-churning gore effects, but unfortunately, not the greatest group of actors to make it compelling. The film opens with a "bang", pun intended, as a disturbed coroner is seen having sex with a corpse, sporting a biohazard toe-tag, and then proceeds to scope out girls at a party to potentially hook up with and infect; which unfortunately happens to our protagonist. From there the body-horror aspects take centre-stage as, Samantha's body begins to deteriorate in truly disgusting ways while she tries to figure out what has happened to her and move on with her life. This is definitely not a film for the squeamish as it takes every opportunity it can to gross you out with some very well-done, practical effects. That aside, this is not as good a film as it could've been; it has a fairly cool concept, but the painful acting lets it down in a big way and at times there are some bizarre character choices that don't ring true at all; mostly towards the end. I did enjoy this film from it's psychological aspects, and it's willingness to be nasty is always a plus, but if only the actors had been more capable, this could've been REALLY good.
(br) wrote: Thank god it's only 86 minutes
(us) wrote: I love this film the action is great and the story was great. I just thought the songs could have been more prominent. I thought this was a musical
(fr) wrote: Adding eyecandy boy to the franchise, not bad, Huang Xiaoming.
(ag) wrote: Just picked up my copy, finally.
(de) wrote: This was Justin Lin's first time directing a feature alone, and I must say, "Better Luck Tomorrow" has some of the most genius camerawork and editing techniques that I have seen in a long time. As we follow Ben and his friends as they are nearing the end of high school, they are succumbed to the evil underground dealing and stealing. With just the right amount of characterization, the cast in this film pull off performances that feel more real than anything. Sung Kang plays the role of Han (one of Ben's friends), and it is obvious that Justin Lin planned to bring his character (with a few tweaks mind you) into the "Fas & Furious" franchise. Hard decisions are made by the characters throughout the film and the tone will make you feel sick to your stomach at times, but it will all be worth it. This is probably one of the best independent films of the 2000's for sure. I loved it!
(nl) wrote: Quigley Down Under is a solid western from the early 90's. Tom Selleck holds this movie together as the talented sharpshooter fighting for Aborigines in the Australian Outback. Alan Rickman is decent as the villain. Laura San Giacomo, who I think is incredibly beautiful, gives a so-so performance.
(gb) wrote: Burt Reynolds began his on screen career as a stunt man, and this was his tribute to them. It's a great and fun movie, it was perfect 70's action-comedy. One of if not my favorite Reynolds movies.
(ag) wrote: John Wayne is great in this classic. He add's a bitterness to his role that is very similiar to his character in the Searchers. Its not the usual John Wayne movie. This is the begining of that John Wayne provado that would be present in everything that came after. Interesting story, interesting characters... they dont make em' like this anymore! Another John Wayne classic
(us) wrote: THE ABYSS STARES BACK... I CAN SEE BEYOND... DEATH IS THE ONLY REALITY NOW.
(au) wrote: I love Chamber of Secrets. To me, it's the last Potter film to make me feel nostalgic towards the series. Don't get me wrong, I love all 8 films, but there's something about the campy and all around goofiness to Chamber of Secrets that makes it all the more endearing.Even though it was filmed merely months after the first film was released; Harry, Ron, and Hermione feel like they have grown so much since their first outing at Hogwarts. I guess that's the feeling you get when you watch the films within days of each other. With that said, we are jumped right back into the fold as Harry is back with his muggle family in England when a house elf, named Dobby, appears and warns him to never return back to Hogwarts. Being that it's the confident and curious Harry Potter we're talking about, of course he makes his way back to the school within a few scenes.Much like the first film, we have plenty of entertaining side missions for the trio to go on which included; a flying car, taking a potion to disguise themselves as Slytherin, following spiders into the dark forest, and of course some Quidditch. All of this makes for a brisk 2 hours and 40 minutes of wizard fun. But the film isn't short on its eerie reveals, adventurous thrills, and dark storytelling.Chamber of Secrets brilliantly balances all of that though. Seeing Harry venture into the secrets of Tom Riddle's diary is some terrifying stuff to see as a kid, as is seeing various victims picked off in Hogwarts due to the Chamber being open. And to me, it holds up to this day. There's definitely a more childish tone to it all, but these are 12-year-olds after all.This film was also a test for Harry, and particularly Daniel Radcliffe, to show if he can truly carry a film or not. Hermione is sidelined for the last 40 minutes or so and Ron is just about scared of anything they come across. If there was ever a question to that proposal, Chamber of Secrets definitely put that to rest. The first film is great, but this was Harry and Radcliffe coming into their own as character and actor respectively. From here on out it's a much darker and relentlessly thrilling take on the character, so I'll always be partial to the lighter tone Chamber of Secrets presented.+Balances goofy and gripping scenes well+Chamber fight+Unsettling reveals+Plenty of entertaining missions for the trio9.0/10
(gb) wrote: You've got to love the Cast, Director, and the special effects. Great fun! On Blu-ray.
(de) wrote: Really really good thriller. What the hell was that ending though
(br) wrote: Nice big battle scenes...