#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Susan Stevenson and her brother Arthur get off a plane in Papua New Guinea, looking for her missing husband. They team up with, Dr. Edward Foster. The three head into the jungle, get in more than a few fights amongst themselves, and view lots of gratuitous animal cruelty, notable an iguana getting eviscerated.
Plot: A girl and her brother fly to New Guinea to look for a lost expedition, led by her husband, which has vanished in the great jungle.
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The “Bond Bombshell” Enters The Italian Jungle.
Being left extremely impressed by Umberto Lenzi’s surprisingly elegant Man From Deep River and Ruggero Deodato’s ” rough’N’ ready” Jungle Holocaust,I decided that I should finally go on a journey to the wild Italian jungle with a director whose work I have always been keen in taking a look at.
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Unlike the rough,industrial documentary moments in Deodato’s Jungle Holocaust and the impressively well chosen moments of calm in Lenzi’s landmark Italian Cannibal film Man From Deep River,Co-writer (along with Cseare Frugoni) /director Sergio Martino gives the film an appearance which strongly looks back towards the Tarzan movies of the 1930’s.
Wanting to show off the films stunning New Guinea location,Martino uses a number of wide angles that along with allowing him to show all of the environment that the group are finding themselves up against,also allows him to give an equal amount of focus to the actors and the fantastic location that they are surrounded by.
Despite being all shot on location,the last 30 minutes or so of the film set in a New Guinea mountain cave feel oddly “stagey”,due to the location oddly not crating any atmospheric sense of “danger”,and the residents of the cave being weird (a scene involving someone getting a little too friendly with a pig being a particularly strange moment!) but not being that frightening.
Watching the bonus interview for this very enjoyable film on the Blue Underground DVD,I was surprised to see Sergio Martino being openly shown as lying about not knowing that the scenes of animal torture in the movie were not going to take place.Although the animal killing scenes are on the nasty side,Martino smartly goes for a much more matter of fact directing style of the scenes,and thankfully avoids the feeling of the scenes just being there to make the viewers jump out of their seats.
Steaming up the jungle, the great performance by Ursula Anderss (whose beautiful curves are put on full display for the films final) really helps to hold the film together,thanks to Andress showing Susan to be someone who is prepared to run straight into a paternally deadly situation,but is also someone who (most of the time) knows when to use her intelligence’s and instincts to avoid the deadly traps that lay before her.
For the lively screenplay,Martino and Frugoni initially make the film look like its going to be a fun Jungle adventure,until around the half way point.Where,Martino and Frugoni cleverly allow the gangs dark internal motives to slowly rise to the suffice,and make each of the characters look far from the innocents that they may have originally appeared.
Original Language it
Runtime 1 hr 39 min (99 min), 1 hr 32 min (92 min) (heavily cut) (Sweden), 1 hr 43 min (103 min) (extended) (USA), 1 hr 26 min (86 min) (R-rated) (USA), 1 hr 36 min (96 min) (cut) (UK)
Genre Adventure, Horror
Director Sergio Martino
Writer Cesare Frugoni, Sergio Martino
Actors Ursula Andress, Stacy Keach, Claudio Cassinelli
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Mono
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Film Length 2,705 m
Negative Format 35 mm (2-perf)
Cinematographic Process Techniscope
Printed Film Format 35 mm