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  • This movie is quite boring at times and the dialog hard to follow

    • by Jermaine McKenzie

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      The Bounty, directed by Roger Donaldson is rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America. The original release date was May 4, 1984 for United States audience. This movie falls in the genre of Adventure/Drama/History and stars Mel Gibson as Fletcher Christian, Sir Anthony Hopkins as Lt. William Bligh, Laurence Olivier as Admiral Hood, Daniel Day-Lewis as John Fryer and Liam

      Neeson as Charles Churchill.

      A expedition to take breadfruit to Jamaica leads this sea-faring crew on the high seas of adventure and mutiny. All started off fine and dandy until Lt. Bligh’s true colors started to show and his crew suffered the conscequences.

      They came upon hard times as sea until they found land, and encountered even harsher times. The crew was left with ...

      • no choice. With the advice of Fletcher Christian, the crew members decided to stay on the island and desert the ship altogether. Need less to say, Lt. Bligh wasn’t having this mutinous behaviour, not at least from his own seaman.

        This movie is quite boring at times and the dialog hard to follow. Bear in mind that it is a movie purely based

        on the activities at sea, and there isn’t much you can do around that whole scenario.

        While on the beaches of the islands, that is where the creativity played out and the movie really got me interested in watching.

        Don;t get to excited over this film. After all, it was released way back in the 80’s where creativity from hollywood was kinda on the low.

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