A young American and a young English woman are kidnapped by a tribe in Africa. They manage to escape but the leader of the tribe is killed in the process. There's a whole jungle between them and civilization and chief's son wants revenge.
About a group of friends competing in a national tween music video contest. Enter a world of hilarious adventures, original songs and never before seen dance routines. You will be left believing in the power of childhood dreams.
It was my monthly Netflix Sleazefest that prompted me to choose this movie. Only the first part perhaps filled the sleaze part. Antonio Sabato Jr is infatuated by some woman that just drifted ashore on a island in the Bahamas, where he lived with his family. He worked, I think, as a screenwriter. The woman is some type of entity. Is she real or not?
He has dreams about her and it looks like the movie is about what he dreamed about. He doesn't trust her because she has some type of sexual affect on men. And people start ending up dead. OK I said this seems interesting. Your average sleazy mystery. The type you Shannon Tweed or Andrew Stevens.
But then all of a sudden it turns into a Haitian Refugee movie. Now I am not going to say how this plays out but I have never seen anything so outrageous. All I have to say it is a revenge movie. If you are willing to see something you never seen take a look but if you get mad because you will never get the time you took to watch the movie proceed with caution. I gave it a generous 4 because James Brolin actually gave it the sleaze factor.
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