United States Federal agent Rigby (Robert Taylor) travels to the Central American island Carlotta to investigate a stolen aircraft engines smuggling racket.
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Jerrod O (it) wrote: Watched it twice & I still can't remember what it was about. Three stars just because Jenny is in it.
Anthony V (nl) wrote: Not quite as funny as Kung Fu Hustle, but this humorous drama does keep you entertained.
Private U (ag) wrote: Totally missed this one...
Andrew V (ru) wrote: Definitely more of an improvement than the last two.
Kyle E (ca) wrote: I loved "Army of Darkness." It was a very funny film. Try to find a copy of "Army of Darkness," that has both the theatrical version & director's cut of the film. The director's cut has a darker ending.
Ed H (it) wrote: Milos Foreman's excellent antidote to the moralizing of Dangerous Liaisons.
Eduardo C (au) wrote: The story is simple but shocking in its power. The poor third world black girl desperately needs work and gets chosen as a maid/nanny by a well off but not rich French couple. The black girl gets excited when they take her to France. She expects to see France on her day off , and use her pay to buy clothes, and save for her family back home. Instead she is basically treated as a slave and as a prisoner, not by the man, but by the woman. No days off for her and she has to work all day without going anyway. There are no chains on her. The damage is largely emotional. And the man is sensible and logical but he's one of those men who always allows the woman to have her way without argument. The black girl hardly ever speaks but we know her thoughts, moods and built up resentments thanks to the film always telling us what she is thinking. It's around 55 minutes, in B&W, and done in a docudrama style for heightened impact and an African film. The movie builds to its disturbing conclusion.
Tristan D (jp) wrote: A beautifully photographed science fiction outing from Ernest Shoadsack. The visual effects and enlarged set used to create the illusion of the shrunken people are all flawless and Albert Deckker is clearly enjoying himself as the villainous doctor. He takes one too many naps for his own good though.
Kris C (mx) wrote: The brilliant film that inspired Chaplin's "Modern Times"