The African Queen
Romance • PG • 1952 • 1 hr 45 min
Great chemistry between Bogie and Hepburn.
Katherine Hepburn should be a genere of her own. this film is what happens at the latter of your career when you’re at your best.
Fun, romantic, thrilling, and of course entertaining. Bogart and Hepburn are great playing off each other.
Uno de los títulos cumbre de John Huston. Inolvidable historia de amor. Obra maestra.
Simple story with great acting. Classic cinema fans will not be disappointed with this solid film.
Classic film. Great acting, good storyline. Definitely one to check off the list.
Looks amazing and the simple story keeps you engaged the whole time, a stunning film
An unlikely pairing, facing rapids on their boat, as well as wild critters and torpedoes. Love triumphs. Beautiful scenery in Africa.
Bogart and Hepburn demonstrating what real banter is, what real chemistry is.
Chemistry between the two stars is electric ⚡
At the start of the First World War, in the middle of Africa’s nowhere, a gin soaked riverboat captain is persuaded by a strong-willed missionary to go down river and face-off a German warship.
After the events of The African Queen (1951), Charlie and Rose are recaptured by the Germans and forced to tug one of their big cannons that could bring the Nazis victory against the local Allied forces.