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The Jewel of the Nile [Blu-ray] 
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In this thrill-packed sequel to Romancing the Stone, Joan (Kathleen Turner) and Jack (Michael Douglas) are back in the fast lane on a perilous trek through the North African Desert. Not even treacherous tribes, deadly dungeons and dangerous villains can stop them from finding, once and for all, that mysterious “jewel.”
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But British fans of both films should note that the 'US' 20th Century Fox BLU RAYS of each are REGION A LOCKED - so they will not play on our machines unless they're chipped to be 'all regions' (which few are).
Stick with the now released UK versions – and wait until they hit the ‘2 for £10’ lists. They look better than the DVDs I’ve had all these years and both movies are as memory-refreshing as stumbling on a Grateful Dead jacket in the pilot’s seat of a crashed plane…
Things change when Joan gets an offer she thinks she can't refuse. Omar (Spiros Focas) is about to become King of his country in Africa, and he is a fan of Joan's work. He wants Joan to write his biography. She is delighted and jumps at the chance, even though Jack isn't interested, and the two split.
But things aren't as they seem. Joan soon learns that Omar isn't all he pretended to be and she must write only what he approves. Jack gets wind of the danger and set off to rescue her. Can he find her? Will they get away? And what is this jewel that everyone is trying to find?
Often time, sequels feel like retreads, going over the same ground as the original. Here, the movie truly feels like a continuation of Romancing the Stone, putting familiar characters in a completely new situation. I found the film just as funny, adventurous, and romantic as the first.
It does have a big flaw, however. Danny DeVito returns as Ralph, one of the bumbling bad guys from the first movie. While he give another fine performance, I found his inclusion highly unlikely. And his storyline went nowhere for most of the film as well. I think the film would have been stronger if they had left him out.
The first film had tons of foul language. This one continues the trend, although it seemed to be toned down some here.Read more ›
I think it was worth it because it was a great improvement over the DVD and the film is an easy watch.
I would recommend it.
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Despite also being a box office hit (a year after Romancing the Stone - it did even better), and despite featuring the same key players of Douglas, Turner, and DeVito, this is a... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Scaroth, Last of the Jagaroth