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In Like Flynn is a movie starring Thomas Cocquerel, Corey Large, and William Moseley. The adventurous life of young Errol Flynn in Australia before he became a famous Hollywood actor.

Genres
Adventure, Action
Director
Russell Mulcahy
Starring
William Moseley, Clive Standen, Corey Large, Thomas Cocquerel

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Product details

Genres Adventure, Action
Director Russell Mulcahy
Writer Errol Flynn, Marc Furmie, Corey Large, Steve M. Albert, Luke Flynn
Stars William Moseley, Clive Standen, Corey Large, Thomas Cocquerel
Country Australia, Canada
Also Known As Errol Flynn'in Serüvenleri, As Aventuras de Errol Flynn, Las aventuras de Errol Flynn
Runtime 1 h 46 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description The biopic depicts Flynn's roust-about early life in Australia, before he became an internationally famed celebrity. In those days he was an adventurer, opium smuggler, gambler, street fighter, womanizer, and gold prospector. The film, based on Flynn's early autobiography "Beam Ends," was written for the screen by Large and Luke Flynn, who found the inspiration as a result of their travels through Australia in the footsteps of Luke's iconic grandfather. Film production will start next July in Australia with a budget of $12 million. The book's title refers to the last visible sign before a ship sinks.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 30 Sep 2020 05:48

I am only slightly disappointed that the script had to be rewritten as to include so much time for a possible sequel. (This was what happened to "Jurassic Park" before a much better script was written.) The key idea is that in the end of the world there will be a "save the world" kind of movie. All of the science fiction that is shown in the movie has some very basic scientific errors. For example, gravity is not the same as the Earth's gravity. Or that the differences between the molecules of water and gas can make a difference in the temperature of the room. And what about those strange drops that fall from the sky as if from a mine shaft. There is no way to stop the rain before it hits the ground. A lot of these mistakes are made from the basic lack of knowledge of physics or a misunderstanding. But the thing that I am not satisfied about is the presence of a simple example. In a simple language (a simplified one) the men have been trapped in a tunnel. But if they try to open the door, and this opens on the other side, then it makes no sense. In the movie it makes perfect sense that they are out of there. If they really had to come back, they could probably make another try. Or they could at least just open the door. But the simple example is only a small problem, as the script has made many others. There is no way to explain away these fundamental errors in science. In the end the movie is wonderful and it is so much fun to watch. The actors are great, the scenery is wonderful, and the music is great. See it.
Friday, 07 Aug 2020 00:57

John Woo is one of the great martial artists ever to appear in a Hollywood movie. Sure, his other films like Men In Black and Hard Boiled are cheesy. But his films always have one thing in common. They have the weapons, the guns, the killing techniques, and the martial arts. Woo is always one step ahead of the action director and the actors. The film, In Like Flynn, is another step in that direction. It stars Tom Berenger as an ex-special forces sniper, now working at a secretive government agency. Berenger is effective, but we've seen him in every action movie he has ever been in. So when the agent in charge of Berenger's job shows him a computer project, Berenger is tasked with improving it so that he can play the computer game Call of Duty. He does, but the changes the agent makes to the game are so large that they look like he's done this a hundred times before. The film is filled with action, and of course, explosions and gunfights. It's a good action movie, but also a very dark one at times. The director takes great care to hide the violence and bloodshed, which can be a very difficult task. We see Berenger breaking into a warehouse of the bad guys, and in this movie the bad guys are more brutal than we have ever seen before. This movie is pretty bloody and violent, but for some reason it doesn't feel like it's over-the-top violent. It's as if the director takes a little pride in it. The acting is good, the characters are likable and believable, and the action scenes are good. But like all of Woo's other movies, this one is less a hero story and more a political thriller about government corruption. The film's story makes you want to root for the good guys, but the end doesn't make you feel that way. If you like action, this is a good movie. If you like martial arts movies, this one is another great one. 9/10


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