Rescue from Gilligan's Island
When a decaying Russian satellite crashes on the island, the Professor uses a key component for a barometer. With that device, he learns that a massive wave is going to swamp the island. In desperation, the castaways lash their huts together into one structure in order to have any chance to ride the disaster out.
- Stars:Bob Denver, Alan Hale Jr., Jim Backus, Natalie Schafer, Judith Baldwin, Russell Johnson, Dawn Wells, Vincent Schiavelli, Art LaFleur, Norman Bartold, Barbara Mallory, June Whitley Taylor, Martin Rudy, Mary Gregory, Glenn Robards,
- Director:Leslie H. Martinson,
- Writer:Sherwood Schwartz (creator), Sherwood Schwartz, Elroy Schwartz, Al Schwartz, David P. Harmon
The castaways must try to readjust to life in civilization after they are rescued from the island. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Rescue from Gilligan's Island torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: The first 3rd is excellent, and hilarious. If the whole movie had been that funny, it could have been one of the funniest movies ever! But the final two thirds are awful. Boring, and too long. And the shift in tone is pretty jarring. But the whole movie is well acted, and pretty well directed. The writers just need to learn consistency, and to not give up by the end.
(kr) wrote: Really sweet and heart-breaking. You really get to know and love Arthur throughout the movie, and the hymn David sings at the end is probably the best rendition that song has ever gotten.
(ru) wrote: Good movie. Shows how two men can have a romantic relationship and at the same time be tough and manly breaking common stereotypes about gay guys.
(de) wrote: Loved this film. I was funny, heart warming and made my cry like a baby.I have it on video if anyone wants it.
(it) wrote: A chilling and emotionally harrowing look at the effects of the Vietnam War on the young men that were there, "Born on the Fourth of July" ranks as one of the very best films by Oliver Stone, and a Vietnam War classic.The story is based on the life of Ron Kovic, a young athlete from small-time America who dreams of defending his country's liberty like his father and mentors did during World War II. At the emergence of the North Vietnamese communist regime, he immediately signs up to the Marines. In Vietnam, a number of horrors await Kovac, culminating in him being shot on the front lines, and emerging paralyzed. Returning home, he is at first mortified at the growing resistance to America's involvement in the war, but as he falls into emotional pitfalls and travels the country trying to find his own purpose, he becomes more sympathetic to the protests and grows to blame the US Government for his own predicament.The cast includes the likes of Kyra Sedgwick, Stephen Baldwin, Willem Dafoe, Vivica A. Fox and Wayne Knight, but the show belongs entirely to Tom Cruise, who was currently at the absolute peak of his cinema career, and owned this role.It's a harrowing experience, and it will, at times, make you hate humanity and question your own values (no matter which side of the political coin you fall on). But it's also a very important film, and presented beautifully.A quintessential war film.
(jp) wrote: A dull family comedy and I surprisingly dislike the kid characters more than I usually do in films like these.
(mx) wrote: What was up with the milk?
(ag) wrote: Feels old, stuffy, lachrymose, and at times laughable. But I watched this movie to the end. And - I should be honest - I quite enjoyed it.
(mx) wrote: keeps one interested right from scene 1...