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Reap the Wild Wind

Reap the Wild Wind(1942)

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  • From Courting to Courtroom, This One Has It All

    • Commenter77
    • 3/4/12

    You can sit just about anybody down to this movie and they will find something they like. It has it all. It has action, effects, epic, period, romance, mystery, drama, adventure, comedy, fights, balls, high seas, courtroom, drawing room, thrills, chills, spills and so forth. I've proved that with a group. There was a pretty wide range assembled, and a good time was had by all. I personally don't usually care for seafaring tales, but with the cast in this, I had to take a look. Really got caught up in it. There is so much to like here. And, with your cross-section of viewers, if you happen to have anyone seeing impaired along, they won't have any trouble with the giant squid encounter. Whatever its characteristics, it is huge. You'll get at least a couple of impressed responses from a group. I endured to the spasmodic end on first viewing, but now, at the beginning of the segment, I'm working my fast forward. But it is quite a to-do.

  • An okay film.

    • Chris
    • 8/3/11

    I just thought it would be more exciting and daring. I did like Beavers, but when do I not.

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