Shout at the Devil

Shout at the Devil

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During World War I, American Colonel Flynn O'Flynn, his daughter Rosa, and English poacher Sebastian Oldsmith attempt to smuggle a fortune in ivory out of East Africa. To make it past the German occupying forces, they must work together to destroy a warship that is awaiting repair just off the coast of Zanzibar. Based on the best-selling novel by Wilbur Smith.

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Sep 09, 2017

No wonder I had never heard of this film, even though it stars Lee Marvin & Roger Moore.
What a pile of... Some of the worst writing I've ever seen. And here should have been a hint to the film makers: If you still want some dude in the film to the end, don't kill him 5,673,342 times during the movie. (The # of times the "German Commander" would have been killed, the way it was written & filmed.) Let alone 3+ million times just in the first two scenes he's in! Yes, "Resurrection Syndrome" (i.e. the "Bad Guy" is killed 1,542 times during the film, before he is actually dead. Maybe.) is prevalent in Follywood, but this character sets the all time record. It follows suit in this film though, as plenty of others are "killed" several times, without leaving the picture. (e.g. the officer on the ship at the end, who is fatally stabbed, after being beaten, & then comes back to do "Olympic Events" in the last scenes of the film.) : P Oh, and the movie isn't funny either. (Lee Marvin & Roger Moore are just doing their "comedy shticks" from characters from other movies -like 'Paint Your Wagon'- without it jelling or really fitting here, as there is no foundation for it.
Don't waste your time!

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