Trouble in Paradise
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Following her husband Arthur's mysterious death, Rachel Baxley packs up her life as a State Department wife in Hong Kong and boards a freighter along with her husband's casket bound for the U.S.
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on March 10, 2015
Format: Amazon VideoVerified Purchase
I really liked this movie. I see it brfore when it was on TV many years ago
on May 15, 2008
Format: DVDVerified Purchase
This movie is somewhat boring, because it is about two people and all we see mostly is just two people, since they're stranded on an island, we see no one else. They fight and I guess it's suppose to be funny when they do, but then they fall in love. I think the movie falls under category of romantic comedy, but it's neither funny or romantic. Only thing good about movie is that Raquel Welch looks sexy even in her later years. Plus when bad guys arrive on the scene at the end, the action doesn't last long, and it's disappointing how bad guys get defeated too easily. I guess the bad guys were after this secret stash of cocaine or heroin, whatever drug it was, but it doesn't fit in the movie because it's suppose to be a romantic comedy.
on April 3, 2008
"Paradise" is actually the coast of Australia, where this 1989 made-for-TV adventure was filmed. Raquel Welch stars as a rich, spoiled socialite who is shipwrecked on a desert island. Her only companion is boozy, unkempt Aussie Jack Thompson. Before the film has a chance to turn into Lina Wertmuller's Swept Away (or even Gilligan's Island), Welch and Thompson are up to their necks in intrigue. Better to see "Six Days and Seven Nights", Same plot - better story. Better to see "Fathom", different Raquel - better bathing suit.
on August 5, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
Lady Baxley accompanies the coffin of her husband from Hong Kong to San Francisco on a freight ship. What Lady Baxley didn't know was that she was accompanying the goods of an illegal transaction rather than the body of her husband. When the ship was struck by a taifoon, it sank off the coast of a deserted island leaving only Jack and Lady Baxley to live. The actors were very good in this movie and the plot was also well thought out.
on July 18, 2002
Format: VHS Tape
The age old story of a ship wrecked couple is given new life in this quirky and funny romance. Well Worth Seeing. I give it five stars.