Dominic Quesada and Johnny Gray, two SCUBA divers searching for sunken treasure off the coast of Cuba, think they've hit the jackpot when they find a 17th century ship on the sea floor. They need working capital however and Johnny is ready to hock his boat but his wife Theresa think their off on another wild scheme that will leave them all poorer than when they started. She comes around however and are soon joined by Gloria, whose boat they will use and Father Cannon, a university professor and archaeologist. Although Dominic hasn't been completely honest with his partners, hey may in fact be in the area of a major treasure ship. When they do find it, the ship is teetering on the edge of a 300 foot cliff and dangerous for even the most experienced divers. Written by garykmcd
Writer:Walter Newman (screenplay), Hugh King (story), Robert B. Bailey (story)
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Facebook U (ru) wrote: An intriguing documentary that I'd recommend to anyone interested in the unusual. Yes, the info here could all be found on the internet, but the web can't give you the eerie music and creepy atmosphere that makes this so much fun to watch.
Jake M (fr) wrote: Christian Bale is superb as a good man who suffers through a difficult life in this tragic American Epic.
Tyson P (es) wrote: B movie. the story is real thin and nott well thought out. the fight scenes are good enough for this movie to be passable as somewhat entertaining and they through in some blood too. ninjas are cool thats why id wattch it. the ending however was to tell you the truth probably the worste ending i have ever seen in my life....seriously....im going to spoil it herSPOILSPOIL, the anicdote was in his sword..WTF that makes 0 sense....terrible terrible terrible
Anna N (us) wrote: No synopsis = Not interested.
Al K (ag) wrote: More for Kids than adults....
Grant G (de) wrote: Love these true stories. Cool that it's set in Toronto. Well directed. Soulful. Hoffman was solid, as usual. John Hurt lent something special.
Matthew S (au) wrote: Filmed utilizing only natural light, but conforming to clearly well thought out visual framing -- Hirokazu Koreeda unfolds this story in the most unusual of ways. The movie feels as if it might be an early spin on what we came to call "Mumblecore" into the 00's. However the sense of the casual and the improvised is anything but. "Maborosi" is a carefully crafted work of film art that lulls the viewer into a woman's internal quest to understand two tragic events in her life. In some ways the film operates as a mystery grounded in sadness. It is impossible not to relate to this film on an emotional level. It may start as a challenging movie, but it quickly reveals itself to be an engrossing experience.
Yuri B (ca) wrote: I absolutely loved this movie... this was so cool when I saw this back in '86... still love it now.
Lulu F (gb) wrote: Got to be one of the best Laurel and Hardy films ever! Genius!
Michael M (fr) wrote: The slapstick plot was a great mix of James Bond meets Austin Powers.
Garrett I (au) wrote: how can the critics dog this??? inspiring and interesting.
Adam C (de) wrote: i thoroughly enjoyed the characters that this movie created and the relationships among them. it is original, contemporary, and beautifully acted and portrayed. it is a movie about friendship but unique and well done.