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Tropix (2004)

R | | Adventure, Crime, Thriller
Erotic Thriller (2004) A tropical vacation goes sordid when Corrine learns her husband is a crook who's plundered his parents.


Percy Angress (co-director), Livia Linden (co-director)


Livia Linden

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Cast overview:
Thomas Scott Stanton ... Guy Findlay / Husband (as Thomas Scott)
Danielle Bisutti ... Corrine Findlay / Wife
Keith Brunsmann Keith Brunsmann ... Joaquim
Michelle Jones Michelle Jones ... Solange
Ryan Barton-Grimley ... Nicky
Ronald Nitschke Ronald Nitschke ... Pool Pundit / Chopper Pilot
Elizabeth Liang ... Beachnik chick (as Lisa Liang)
Freddy Viquez Freddy Viquez ... Resort Bartender


  • Erotic Thriller (2004) A tropical vacation goes sordid when Corrine learns her husband is a crook who's plundered his parents.

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Come to Costa Rica. See endangered species. Become one. See more »

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language, some sexuality and violence | See all certifications »


Official Sites:

Official Site


Costa Rica



Filming Locations:

Guapiles, Costa Rica See more »

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Technical Specs


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Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Yerba Mala
Written by Edith Mesch
Performed by Mangana
Courtesy of LoveCat Music
Published by Big Tiger Music (BMI)
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No one, not even the monkey, was ever out of focus...
5 July 2005 | by meinongSee all my reviews

The technical aspects of the film are fantastic, however the acting and the writing, or at least the delivery of the lines, leaves much to be desired.

Perhaps time was short or money was short or both were short or perhaps the actors and filmmakers are all friends and so a critical eye was not cast on the acting/timing.

However, in order to make such a technically fine movie there must be talent in abundance, just a question of letting it flow freely.

You are left wondering, at certain times, alright more times than not, why someone does not just grab the gun from someone else, or at least run a bit faster when they are fleeing for their lives, instead of strolling away while the would be killer is after them.

It seems as if rich NYU film school kids were down in Costa Rica and said: "Hey! Let's make a movie about money laundering and over-development of our tropical paradise !" But the technical aspects were of such a high standard that you know there is true talent there but something essential was missed, perhaps, by accident.

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