Tarzan and His Mate
Harry Holt returns to Africa to head up a large ivory expedition. This time he brings his womanizing friend Marlin Arlington. Holt also harbors ideas about convincing Jane to return to London. When Holt and Arlington show Jane some of the modern clothes and perfumes they brought from civilization, she is impressed but not enough to return.
The idyllic life of Tarzan and Jane is challenged by men on safari who come seeking ivory, and come seeking Jane as well. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Tarzan and His Mate torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Very strange movie starring Mickey Rourke and Megan Fox about a girl who is born with wings and Mickey Rourke falls in love with her and protects her
(ca) wrote: En gripande film, realistisk - som en dokumentr. Sevrd.
(de) wrote: Great movie with alot of twist.
(br) wrote: Judi, Joan and Maggie the three Grande Dames of British acting combine their formidable talents in this understated and charming World War II movie. Set in Italy before and during the war, it follows the story of a group of English ladies living in Florence. Their story is woven together with that of a young boy, Luca, who is abandoned into their care by an unloving father. They are joined in this venture by Cher as a ditzy, glamourous American Broadway star and her archeologist chum Lily Tomlin.Maggie wears the role of the snooty aristocrat well but it is the ever wonderful joan Plowright who steals every scene she is in. Love her.This movie has faults. It does feel a bit too episodic in places, as though we are missing a linking narrative and it does somewhat gloss over some of the emotional turmoil of the time and situation but, as an unusual take on the war movie, this is to be applauded.
(kr) wrote: Scary and funny documentary.
(ru) wrote: I watched this before I started using this website. Oh well, anyway, the movie is fairly mediocre and the plot is original. I don't really care for it that much.
(ru) wrote: I LOVE MATT!!!!!!!!!!!! he is great in this movie and the story is pretty cool to. i cried like 4 times throughout the movie. i would say somethig else about this movie but i didnt really notice anything but matt dillon and how wonderful he was. GOD I LOVE HIM!
(es) wrote: I would think that a key element to making a successful Sherlock Holmes film would be to have it star Sherlock Holmes. What traits define the famous detective? His ingenuity and almost supernatural attention to detail combined with powerful deductive reasoning. This Holmes is essentially just an ordinary detective, easily swapped out for any other devoted investigator. So what's the point in having him as the lead? Why not just cast someone else in the role as From Hell (an immensely similar film) did twenty years later. It's not even that Plummer's bad in the role, he's just not Sherlock Holmes.
(us) wrote: it was painfully predictable. bad acting may have worked in the 80s but its the 21st century people lets step it up a bit. i dont recommend watching for no other reasn but to mock it
(gb) wrote: Plan 9 From Outer Space is Ed Wood's most famous creation, but this film is his most bizarre effort. Glen or Glenda is a loosely autobiographical tale that features a man struggling with his life as a transvestite. The "dramatic" portions of this story are juxtaposed with a flimsy documentary vibe, an onslaught of completely unrelated stock footage, and a voiceover from Bela Lugosi that seemingly came from a totally different movie. An aberration of cinema, Glen or Glenda is an ineptly made yet freakishly poignant picture.
(mx) wrote: 20th Century Fox dropped Holmes after just two films. They were soon picked up by Universal. They decided to keep Rathbone and Bruce, a winning combination, but decided to make a huge change. They changed the setting from the original Victorian London, and placed it firmly in present day war torn London. This is a huge change done for the sole reason of using a familiar character to dish out some propaganda. It's a bit of a shame really, as the scenes involving patriotism are so heavy handed they stop the movie dead. One scene has a lengthy speech about being British and how not helping Holmes is the same as helping the Nazis. Holmes is called in to find the Voice of Terror, a member of the Third Reich, making radio announcements about Nazi attacks on British soil. Rathbone keeps his character intact using the usual skills to bring evil to justice. Universal have lost all of the ominous atmosphere of the previous films. It often feels very clinical in its construction. Bruce is barely noticeable and his sole purpose seems to be asking Holmes how he possibly could have known such a thing, allowing Holmes to explain to the audience. The supporting cast are of a high calibre, but their actions do seem more geared towards stopping Holmes out of pride, than about protecting their country. It certainly is short, and there is enough to keep you entertained. However, when the final shot is encouraging you to buy War Bonds, you kind of wish they had left Holmes out of this and just used an original character.