Sir Hugo is more interested in reconstructing dinosaur bones than in paying attention to his wife, Lady Harriet. He's not thrilled when daughter Cleo brings home her betrothed, Sidney, who ... See full summary »
Set in 1970 during the World Cup and Parliamentary elections about a couple hiking across England. The girl meets a rich Italian with an expensive sportscar, and of course there are ... See full summary »
Ernest Pratt, a dime-store novelist in the old west, lives with his scientist friend Professor Janos Bartok in the small town of Sheridan, Colorado. The people of Sheridan mistakenly ... See full summary »
Richard Dean Anderson,
John de Lancie,
Young English girl Clare Rigby is working as an au pair in Italy. When her employer's house catches fire, Clare is blamed and imprisoned. Top-lawyer Alessandra Locatelli decides to try and ... See full summary »
Joanne is married to Bradley, who's a cop and who abuses her. One day she decides to run away. She then meets Sam, who is separated from his wife, who is obsessed with him. Bradley finds ... See full summary »
Richard Dean Anderson,
Tells the story of a girl who, while working in a London cafe, meets a "raver" who introduces her to the drug Ecstasy and the whole British drugs scene. The girl falls in love with the ... See full summary »
When a police officer is killed in the line of duty, his soul enters into the body of a young officer to seek revenge for his murder. However, when the spirit takes over, the officer is ... See full summary »
Although MacGyver has on numerous episodes and occasions made clear his aversion to guns, not only does he fire a gun in the pilot, he also fires a machine gun in this final episode. See more »
UK firearm laws would prohibit the use of a private security force that is armed in the manner depicted in the film unless the premises were government controlled and deemed sensitive to national security. See more »
Runs from one unlikely event to one even more unlikely
This movie is really something else. It's all so unbelievably unlikely. How stupid do they think the viewers are, anyway. Probably as stupid as the detective himself: when you are trapped, only two people knowing where you were going, and you rule out one of them as suspect, do you arrive to the conclusion that the other must be the villain? Not MacGyver! He keeps guessing. Another example: MacGyver is wounded and exhausted; he collapses. However, only a few seconds later he has managed to haul himself up to a ledge behind a mirror, which even a healthy man would have trouble reaching. And so on, and so on...
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