Throw Out the Anchor! (1974)

G   |    |  Comedy


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A jobless public relations specialist goes to get some much-needed rest in sunny Florida and discovers a whole new set of troubles.


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27 March 2014 | Wizard-8
Boring family movie
Although "Throw Out the Anchor!" was rated G, a rating that does seem appropriate except maybe for the most prudish of viewers, I don't see any kind of audience for this movie. Kids will be bored stiff, because there's hardly any action and the movie is endless talk, talk, talk. For that matter, parents will find the movie a tough slog as well. Though they may have more patience than their kids, more likely than not they will find it boring as well. They will also find additional issues with the movie, such as its rock bottom production values and the dodgy level of acting. Also, the level of comedy during the lighter portions of the movie is extremely simple-minded slapstick. In short, the negative of the movie should have been attached to the anchor before the anchor was thrown out.

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English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Florida, USA

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