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Loch Ness

4.5 out of 5 stars 70 customer reviews

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Ted Danson ("Cheers"), Joely Richardson (The Patriot) and Ian Holm (The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring) star in this thrilling and magical adventure about a skeptical American scientist attempting to solve the mystery of the Loch Ness monster. Dr. John Dempsey(Danson) arrives in beautiful Scotland with a not-so-beautiful track record. After a failed attemptto find Bigfoot nearly ended his career, the doubtful zoologist must proveor disproveconclusively the existence of "Nessie." Though he ruffles the feathers of a few locals, he is able to persuade an innkeeper named Laura (Richardson) to let him stay in her hotel. And with the help of Laura's young daughter, John begins to open his eyesand his heartto what's around him, discovering something more wondrous and powerful than even the mystery of the Loch!

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  • Actors: Ted Danson, Joely Richardson, Ian Holm, Harris Yulin, James Frain
  • Directors: John Henderson
  • Writers: John Fusco
  • Producers: Debra Hayward, Eric Fellner, Judith Hunt, Nicky Kentish Barnes, Stephen Ujlaki
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: June 21, 2005
  • Run Time: 101 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007XG5J0
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #39,911 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Loch Ness" on IMDb

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I thought this was a great family movie. While it won't hold the attention of the younger kids, older children will enjoy it. The acting is wonderful, especially the "young lass", what a great part for her. Too bad about the cynical review earlier, but that's what I expect from profession movie critics, they are out to pick apart the film itself, where I am looking for entertainment factor for myself and for my family. As for MY family, we thoroughly enjoyed the movie.
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Although not Oscar material with the script, this film makes up for it with the acting by a little girl, her lonely mother, and their colorful and ambient patrons of their little hotel and pub in Scotland. The hotel is closed for the season, but Danson makes the mother an offer she can't refuse...they could really use the Yank's money. Danson plays a scientist that had lost his credibility but who is now 'volunteered' by his University and sent to Scotland to find proof that Nessie does exist. Of course Danson's character wants to disprove it-with an attitude problem. Even though he doesn't believe in Nessie, there are those locals that would scuttle his hi-tech research anyway. The little girl, liking Danson's character, trusting him, and seeing that he'd be good for her mother...she's a bit psychic..and trusting him, takes him to enjoy her secret place. An underground cavern and its inhabitants shocks him beyond his wildest imagination. Now Danson's character must choose between fame and glory, or leaving the Loch the way it was always meant to be...peaceful. The wrong choice and he loses the ones that he loves, and those who love him. It's a colorful piece with wonderful acting and equally wonderful music. It is a great family movie where the ending leaves you with a warm heart and a smile. For the price of one movie ticket, you can entertain the whole family...and maybe some friends.
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A Kid's Review on March 13, 2005
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This movie is great! The speacial effects are great! The acting is great! The story is great! Ted Danson is great! That is all I have to say. I want to talk much more but I'd spoil it. See this movie.
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This is what I call a guilty pleasure film. It's not the best thing ever made, nor will it ever be noted as a "must see" film.

What appeals to me is the combination of many things found in the film. The locations (even though I am told it was not filmed at Loch Ness) are beautiful to look at. The music is nice and mellow and the story is put together in a fun fashion. All in all it is a great film to relax with.

Critics panned the film and many folks don't see what I see in it, but films are a very individual thing. It is a good family film and worth taking a look at.
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I first saw the movie "Loch Ness" when it was on TV and I have to say that it looks so much better on DVD especially without the commercial interruptions in between scenes and the picture is much clearer than when I first saw it on TV in 1996. The film stars Ted Danson as a down on his luck cryptozoologist who despite several failed attempts to find other mysterious legends in the world and in the mist of a bad marriage with a lawsuit thrown in, he is finally given the one in a million chance to redeem himself professionally by going to Loch Ness at the request of his employer to prove that the legendary monster that haunts the Loch is a ridiculous hoax. After arriving there he discovers that there's more to his plum assignment that first meets the eye, literally. Throughout his quest to find the mysterious monster that the world has come to know as "Nessie" Danson's character John Dempsey comes across wacky and sometimes completely irate locals who appose his study of the lake and his bad bedside manner. However, along the way there is no shortage of adventure for Dr. Dempsey in the form of unexpected clashes with other boats on the loch and the rather violent sinking of his research vessel by a territorial Nessie who miraculously saves him from a near drowning in one harrowing scene in the movie. But there are a few friendly and charming characters in the film to help keep Dempsey from going off the deep end in his pursuit for answers. One of the most memorable was the little girl Isabell and her mother played by Joey Richardson who help open John's eyes and his heart in very unique ways to the mysteries of their home and the haunting lake that serves as the family's backyard.Read more ›
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I saw this movie first on broadcast TV, a place many discover great "B" movies for the first time.

But beyond the plot, beyond the charming photography of Loch Ness locales, beyond the excellent roles played by everyone in the cast, the thing that made me HAVE to own this movie is the unexpectedly charming accent and mannerisms of the real "star" of this movie, "Isabel Mary McFetridge" played by Kirsty Graham. So winsome is this bright red-haired girl of eight years in this film, it is hard to imagine the movie having the same charm with any other child actor. And the fact that Kirsty was not a professional actress prior to being cast in the film may be why all of her dear mannerisms are unlikely to have been "directed," she is just winsome naturally.

Ted Danson played a somewhat disgraced professor/researcher and "seeker of unusual phenomena." He is the man who COULDN'T find Sasquatch, proof of UFOS or any other of the "quests" he pursued. His reputation is more as a laughing stock at this point, and he only reluctantly agrees to go searching after "one more folly," (the Loch Ness Monster) when he is told he only has to prove it "ISN'T there." He is to take state of the art sonar and imaging equipment, scan the Loch with it, and prove the Loch Ness monster is a complete fable. He figures it should be easy to prove this type of negative, and heads for Scotland to "do his job, then get out of Dodge."

Performances by Ian Holm (Lord of the Rings) as the "Water Bailiff" and Joely Richardson (playing mother of Isabel) round out the main roles, but the large blue eyed "Isabel" steals the show.

This is a "must see" film that leaves you cheering at the end. You'll want to buy this one because you're going to want to re-savor the sweet gaelic charm of this film many times over. It's a "keeper."
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