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Green Sails (2000)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Drama, Thriller | TV Movie
A young man joins a band of crusaders who fight fear and social injustice.


Whitney Ransick


Gregory Widen




Cast overview, first billed only:
Marcus Graham ... Will Patterson
Alexandra Paul ... Laura Taylor
Dennis Garber Dennis Garber ... Tom Kurz
Michael Houston King ... Terry Dalton
Elizabeth Anne Allen ... Kerri
Jay Laga'aia ... Maru
Thomas Kretschmann ... Robert Fowler
Michael Ontkean ... John Scott
Robert Mammone ... Craig Sheridan
Sullivan Stapleton ... Infante
Lani John Tupu ... CCT Negotiator
Rene Naufahu Rene Naufahu ... Sammit
Terry Kenwrick Terry Kenwrick ... Quinn
Enrico Mammarella ... CCT Guard
Zara Swindells-Grose ... PRTO Representative #1 (as Zara Grose)


When ambitious CCT exec Will Patterson uncovers a corporate conspiracy, his life spirals out of control. With an unlikely ally and beautiful crusader to guide him through his struggle, he travels to the jungles of Indonesia where a tribe--wrongly forced off their land by CCT--and the corporation clash. No matter which side Will chooses--with so many lives on the line, his decision is destined to be a deadly one. Written by Echo Bridge Home Entertainment

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Pretty Good
30 March 2008 | by zorro2aSee all my reviews

Will Patterson (Marcus Graham) is a rising young executive with CCT, a multi international business, their future rests on the building of a dam on the land of the Lucean Tribe, Will finds out that CCT are using deceitful tactics to get their own way, and his career and life are in danger, he meets up with John Scott (Michael Ontkean) who is the original owner of CCT and who does not know of the problems the company faces. Along with John and a young crew Will joins this wonderful clipper of the title and tried to help the primitive tribe and stop the corrupt leadership of CCT. This is not a bad film made in Australia with little known actors and that makes it more realistic, even the baddie has an accent, some of the scenes of the ship and views are beautifully filmed, the only thing l found was that all the cast were handsome young man and beautiful women, there were no glasses, no plump people, no one with bad breath, but even so l would recommend this film as a good family film with an explosive climax

l give it 7/10

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