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Plot: Master explorer Dirk Pitt goes on the adventure of a lifetime of seeking out a lost Civil War battleship known as the "Ship of Death" in the deserts of West Africa while helping a WHO doctor being hounded by a ruthless dictator. Runtime: 124 min Release Date: 08 Apr 2005
I caught the premier in Kansas City and the movie is awesome. Matthew McConaughey and Steve Zahn make a great team and continue to make the audience laugh throughout the entire movie. It is an action adventure and worth spending the money to see it in the movie theater.Penelope Cruz and Matthew's chemistry was not instantaneous but towards the end they warm up to one another. The setting of the movie was spectacular and Matthew McConaughey was the Executive Director on the movie. He did an incredible job and the casting of the rest of the actors was very good.William H. Macy plays Admiral <more>
in the movie and his part adds a lot of comedy to it. This treasure hunt through west Africa looking for "The Ship Of Death" is going to enjoyable to all age groups.
A great mix of adventure and comedy (by Beatleboy-3)
This film contains a great mix of adventure and comedy. It easily can be called a modern day Hope and Crosby "Road" picture. Yes, some of the events that occur are somewhat unbelievable, but if you put that aside and just accept things at face value, the film works. What do you want? It's Hollywood make-believe. I can see Matthew McConaughey as the Bing Crosby type straight man to Steve Zahn's comic relief a la Bob Hope. They did everything short of a "patty-cake" routine to foil the bad guys. Even Penelope Cruz's role can be equated with the Dorothy Lamour <more>
type character, except that Cruz is more than just eye candy. Her character really adds to moving the overall plot of the picture forward. I recommend this film to all "Road" picture enthusiasts even more so than "Spies Like Us" which should have been Hope and Crosby's last real "Road" picture until Bing Crosby died just before filming began.
I had the opportunity to watch this film in the cinema today. At first I was a little reluctant to see it, but I am very glad I made the choice to see it. This is based on the Clive Cussler novel Sahara , but unfortunately I don't know how well. I will get around to reading it.This film has everything: it is an adventure, with a lot of suspense moments where the goodies look like they're beat, and there is comedy. It makes everything for a good movie. The comedy is simply sly remarks, small jokes, nothing slapstick. As with all Clive Cussler novels, this film is all a bit over the <more>
top, with some of the situations physically impossible to re-enact in real life. But, you can't help but laugh at some of the ways Dirk Matthew McConaughey and Al Steve Zahn get themselves out of sticky situations.The storyline of the film is Dirk and his best mate Al trying to find an iron-clad ship used in the American Civil War. This is not a fake ship, but it was thought that ships of this type were actually used in the Civil War. Anyway, Dirk has reason to believe that one of those ships has somehow been beached in Africa, so he manages to convince Admiral Sandecker William H. Macey to borrow his boat to go up to Mali. Here the plot thickens and Dirk, Al and Eva Penelope Cruz find themselves in places varying from Solar Plants to how ironic the Sahara Desert! All in all, this is a maginificent film, with everything to make you laugh, watch in awe, and feel the suspense.10 / 10, well done.
More adventure than even NUMA could handle! (by dmc102)
Grand master of adventure Clive Cussler finally has one of his Dirk Pitt novels placed on the big screen properly and doubtless to say, Sahara is a roaring success. Taken in the vein of classic films such as Indiana Jones, and to a lesser extent Romancing the Stone and Alain Quatermain, adventurer Dirk Pitt and his likable companion Al Giordino trek into Saharan Africa on the trail of a civil war artifact and two health officials. Obviously, nothing quite goes to plan and Dirk must enlist the help of various locals to help him on his way.The casting of Sahara would never have pleased <more>
everyone, in die-hard Cussler circles the debate over the casting of Pitt and Giordino has raged ever since the release of "Raise the Titanic" when television player Richard Jordan took up the diving mask. In my personal opinion, both Matthew McConaughey and Steve Zahn pull off the rolls superbly. Also, William H. Macy is perfect as Admiral Sandecker.This movie will not change your life, and neither will it try to. Intelectuals may want to stay at home and read an issue of Statistical Science because you won't find a meaningful, complicated and artistic film here. This is not a film, it is a movie. I great popcorn munching, entertaining movie and as long as you don't overestimate it, you won't be disappointed.Forget your opinions of Breck Eisner because of his wealthy father, none of us choose our parents and it may just occur to you that he may have got the job because he is, well, a good director. Clive Cussler fans like me should enjoy this as long as they remember that this is not one of Cussler's masterpiece novels and it is extremely hard to transfer novels such as his onto film.Keep and open mind as you stroll into the cinema and remember that you are about to experience a good old fashioned adventure story and not Citizen Kane. If you expect too much from a movie you will almost always walk out disappointed. I can't think of a single reason why you wouldn't like this movie - give it a try! 9.5/10 - GREAT!
What a blast! Okay, so it's not deep, socially meaningful, whiney, agenda-ridden claptrap i.e. Susan Saranden didn't get the call . Too bad because it was all-fun, all-spectacular, non-vulgar action and excitement! Gosh, is that wrong? Is there something I'm missing here? There's no excuses to be made for this movie. The cinematography was great, the story was cool, the characters were fleshed out and the acting was just what it should be. It all clicked. It's just too bad this didn't get more attention when it was out, because it is a greatly entertaining movie. Not <more>
enough sobbing over social injustice or artificially implanted political correctness, I suppose.For all the naysayers out there: lighten up! This is a great movie! Even your grandma will like it, and your kids. I wish they'd make more!
If only Laurence Olivier was still in his prime! Plus the A-Team's inventiveness! (by karahungi)
It was very untraditional, according to what I know about desert action movies. It proves that there is still some new things left in this world for the average cocky, young, heroic adventurer to discover and do something about. It also has the A-Team's ability to roll with the punches, both physical and metaphorical. In others words, to work with what fate, chance, karma or whatever holds the BIG cards gives the heroes. I thought it was REALLY inventive, the way that the two main men fixed up a broken old plane to make a very large windsurfer. The humor was somewhat strange, and the <more>
wit was classic American sarcasm, exaggeration and continual controversy. PLUS: a whole lot of complaining. At least, near the end, it stuck with some of the crucial elements near the beginning that made up the story. Good continuity, goofs not included. Yes, all in all, I think a generous 9 out of 10 is a more than adequate judge-mark for this film.
Very Good - The flavor of Indy Jones, for modern times (by aramintamd)
I'll admit I've missed a lot of action movies released recently, because the subject matter didn't interest me all that much. The advance press for /Sahara/, with its obvious links to treasure hunting and to intrigue, led me to believe that I'd enjoy it more than, say, recent Vin Diesel work. And I was right.Dirk Pitt is an Indiana Jones for the modern day. But he's more. There's an edge, an extra quality of "can do" that helps carry the improbabilities of the plot nicely.If you liked /Raiders of the Lost Ark/ or /Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade/, you <more>
should go see this picture.Some violence, mostly of the shoot-'em up variety, often more implied than "in your face" and that's a good thing . Definitely intelligent and thoughtful story line.Matthew McConaughey Dirk Pitt is easy to watch. Steve Zahn Al Giordino is near perfect as his sidekick. Penélope Cruz Eva Rojas holds her own against the bad guys. William H. Macy Admiral James Sandecker is excellent in his role as well.It's fun, and it's worth full price admission. What could be better than that?
I just saw this movie at the Philadelphia screening, and I'm going to agree with the 8 star rating it has garnered so far. We all know the formula for this sort of movie, and yes, Sahara does follow the formula pretty closely, but it's enjoyable nonetheless.It's an action movie, if that wasn't entirely clear. Simply put, if you like action movies, see this movie. If you don't, don't. The film follows our hero ex-marine treasure hunter Dirk Pitt and his friends through Africa as they uncover evil plots, fight bad guys, and search for treasure. While there <more>
aren't any surprising twists in the plot, I do admit that it was not completely predictable. The plot has enough originality in it to keep you watching. True to it's genre, the plot delivers plenty of action. It's not to stylized Matrix or epic Lord of the Rings but it won't let you down. The ending is just about as slam-bang as you'd expect, I'm sure you'll enjoy it.Dirk Pitt is played by Matthew McConaughey, who happened to speak before the movie was shown. Apparently he'd been involved in the movie as more than just an actor he is one of the executive producers, a role he takes seriously he said he'd had the opportunity to produce other films but turned them down, not wanting to get involved in something unless he was really going to commit to actually working on it . McConaughey said that he'd been trying to get the role for seven years, and is quite pleased with the result. When asked if he planned to produce future movies, he gave a definitive "yes". He also hinted at the possibility of a sequel, if this movie does well, noting that there are sixteen more books by the author this script was based on.McConaughey plays Pitt well. It's a pretty standard action-hero role. McConaughey's performance isn't particularly ground-breaking, but he throws the punches and delivers the lines with appropriate demeanor. My only complaint would be that he is a little too cool at times, given the stressful situations... but then again this movie wasn't made for realism. Al Giordino is Dirk's more technically minded buddy and co-adventurer. They've been friends since kindergarten, how sweet. Oh and you guessed it. Al is our comic-relief guy. Al is played by Steve Zahn, who delivers the comic relief character in a manner slightly less cliché than I was expecting. It just works a little better because he really does come off naturally as Dirk's long time friend, as opposed to some wise-ass who's just here for the ride. The chemistry between McConaughey and Zahn is very effective, as the previous reviewer pointed out. They really do appear more as two guys trying to get something done as opposed a hero and a side-kick. Also worth mentioning is Rainn Wilson who plays Rudi. Rudi is basically another comic-relief guy who has much less screen time then Zahn, but Wilson did a nice job. William H. Macy plays the commander type character, Dirks boss. Not Macy's best job in my opinion, it was a bit stilted but with some funny moments. Lambert Wilson, of Matrix fame The Merovingian stars as well. I was a little disappointed to see him early on in the film, cause it was one of those moments where I just knew that he was going to turn out to be a bad guy. He does pretty well, although he seems to be doing just a slightly toned-down version of the Merovingian here. Ah, and let's not forget Penélope Cruz. Our heroine, the W.H.O. doctor, does just fine in her role. One thing I have to say is that the inevitable hero / heroine romance is very effectively down-played. In fact, there really isn't too much romance in this film at all.On the technical end of things, Sahara does fine. There aren't too many overwhelming special effects, but the effects there are come off completely realistically. The movie is shot beautifully, although it seemed like the entire thing was shot with extremely long lenses. I was glad to have my depth perception back at the end of the movie. The vistas of Morocco are quite nice, and there are some nice scenes in modern day African cities and towns that pick up quite nicely on camera. I got excited when I saw Clint Mansell's name in the opening credits as the music composer he brought us the fabulous Requiem for a Dream piece, probably my favorite soundtrack song . In the end, the music wasn't much to talk about. The orchestral pieces were pretty bland sorry Clint , and there were occasional bits of popular music that I found to be out of place the inclusion of "Sweet Home Alabama" is particularly offensive in this regard, it's been in so many soundtracks, it even has it's own movie . There is some quite decent African music which is enjoyable.The rating of PG-13 is appropriate. There is no nudity or anything, no serious profanities that I can remember, and the action is not gory or too bloody.All in all, it's a fun movie. If you need heart-rending drama and a complex psychological plot, than you will probably not agree with my 8 star rating. This movie isn't going to win any awards, and will not become a favorite of serious film aficionados, but if you want to go out to the theater on a Saturday night with a bunch of friends, this will be one movie you can all agree on.
By accident, I caught an advance screening of this movie last night in DC. I'd heard negative reviews, but thankfully did not let that cloud my judgment. The chemistry between Matthew McConaughey & Steve Zahn is palpable. I didn't think the chemistry between Penelope & Matthew sizzled, till the end. But since we all know now that they're together...I find it amusing. Good for them!! The location shots for this movie are phenomenal, esp Morocco. I'm bringing ALL my Moroccan friends to the movie when it is released. It's similar to National Treasure, but not as <more>
slick. There was more sarcastic humor throughout National Treasure, but there's great buddy chemistry in Sahara. I HOPE that Steve Zahn & Matthew McConaughey do a sequel or at least another movie together. This film is worth the price of full admission.