Shaft in Africa

Shaft in Africa

Detective John Shaft travels incognito to Ethiopia, then France, to bust a human trafficking ring.

The film opens with John Shaft, who is drugged with a tranquilizer dart, then kidnapped and persuaded by threats of physical force, the promise of money, and the lure of a pretty tutor to travel to Africa,... His job is help police. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Shaft in Africa torrent reviews

Tony B (au) wrote: Interesting look at how China has dismantled the USA factories practically derailing their domestic foreign exports while increasing China's exports.

Sarah (it) wrote: This is one of those movies where everyone only has about 20 minutes screen time (if that) and you never really get to know any of them in any depth. I personally don't usually like that, but this wasn't actually horrible. Though, that could be because I had really low expectations. I don't really take anything away from this movie either - no moral, no meaning. It's just about a bunch of people having sex in different contexts. I had a good idea as to where everything was leading quite early in the movie, but that was okay. So yeah, there's nothing special about this movie and there are a lot of better things you could spend yourself watching. I only watched it for Lee Pace, and he was lovely, but since no one is in this movie for very long, that wasn't the best reason to watch it.What did this movie teach me? Bring a girl three blue roses and a lemon and she'll talk to you...but then she'll go sleep with her chiropractor.

Bronwyn V (fr) wrote: Great acting, but this is seriously one of the most disturbing movies ive seen

Sofyan K (gb) wrote: Fantastic.Lesson for Those who dont care about their's Parants.

The Critic (ru) wrote: Despite being rather predictable, it's difficult not to find a soft spot for this charming comedy caper. Funny and consistently entertaining, the four gorgeous leads soak up the screen to great effect, with scene-stealer Sofia Vergara grabbing most of the attention. A sexy flick that pleasingly stays away from sleaze.

Thomas D (it) wrote: A hero is only as good as its villain. Bond films rely on having capable and memorable villains for them to live on like they have. It only makes sense when the villain make sense within the context of the story. Tomorrow Never Dies, like many other Bond films, struggles to ever lift off because of the lackluster baddie. Not at all to the dismay of Jonathan Pryce, who I like in many other things, just isn't given enough to work with here. But make no mistake, Tomorrow Never Dies is an entertaining ride.As much as I haven't been a fan of the Brosnan films so far in my re-watching of every Bond movie before Spectre, his films have benefited heavily from the updated special effects and CGI. I feel as if you put his performance in one of Connery or Moore's films it wouldn't have the same appeal because those films work on levels other than the CGI and action sequences. Nevertheless, Brosnan does at least make for a believable James Bond, though he's nowhere near his predecessors. In this movie, he goes after the leader of a proposed new global network, played by Pryce, in which you get "tomorrow's news, today". Which if it weren't for his World War 3 hopes, would be a strange person for Bond to go after. The problem is that I understand this is someone who Bond would go after, but why does Pryce's character want there to be a World War 3? Just for media domination? There was a point where the character was framed to be the next Steve Jobs and compared himself to Caesar, Napolean, and I think even God, but then all of a sudden he wants WWIII. He never seemed crazy enough to do something like that. I like Jonathan Pryce but I think they needed someone a bit more crazy than that. The good thing is that the film contains a ton of action and a very good Bond girl. At the very least, this would be a good cable watch if you were bored one night because the action is great, the film just isn't that intelligent or intricate. On the other hand, Wai Lin, played by Michelle Yeoh, is one of the better Bond girls the series has had in my opinion. Sure, there is an eventual romance, but it's not immediate or forced like so many others. Plus, she can handle herself in the field which makes her all the more bada**. So overall, Tomorrow Never Dies is fun to watch, but there's nothing to ride home about.+Great Bond girl+Solid action-Nothing intricate about the story-Strange structure to the villain5.8/10

Wes S (br) wrote: Late but unneeded sequel that adds nothing to the original story, nor does it really add up to anything on its own. The twists are not too exciting, and the suspense is slow and dull. Forgettable.

Colin B (gb) wrote: One real atomospheric movie. Surreal, unsettling soundtrack throughout, full of dread and a grim ending. Lovecraft's The Shadow Over Innsmouth seems like a inspiration for this. Sometimes family roots should remain unanswered... The extra features are great. The short films give an indication of the director's emerging themes. Carncula is particulary stylish, disturbing and telling since there's almost no dialogue and it's all dark settings. Overall, a good film that should have been a greater initial release, considering what passed for horror films at the time. Baino is beside the likes of del Toro, Barker and such in originality

Muffin M (it) wrote: I own this in a seven movie pack along with:* Police Academy (1984)* Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985)* Police Academy 3: Back In Training (1986)* Police Academy 4: Citizens On Patrol (1987)* Police Academy 6: City Under Siege (1989)* Police Academy: Mission To Moscow (1994)

Maharet H (br) wrote: Dear God! It was awful! It had it's funny bits and it's always a joy to see your favorite musicians on screen but this was terrible! I'm pretty sure Franz Liszt was rolling over in his grave! Oh Rog, oh Ringo, how could you???

Marco M (ca) wrote: More edifying and entertaining than initially expected.

Peggy S (mx) wrote: funny and enjoyable for the family!

Stephen E (fr) wrote: The concept for "Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid" sounds interesting at first, but it gets old after the first couple of minutes. Overall, the film has its moments and can be funny, and Steve Martin is solid as Rigby Reardon, the lead detective investigating the case of a missing cheese maker, but even he can't totally save this one trick pony.