Romancing The Stone

Romancing The Stone
Romancing The Stone

Year

1984

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

Following hot on the heels of 1981's Raiders of the Lost Ark, this screwball adventure takes us to the jungles of South America. Mousey romance novelist Joan Wilder plummets feet-first into danger when she travels to Colombia to deliver the ransom for her kidnapped sister - a treasure map. Once there, Joan meets Jack Colton who offers to help her for a price. Cue much bickering punctuated by some spectacular Indy-style action sequences.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate language, violence and drug references.

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