An intermittently diverting travesty of the Errol Flynn movies of the 1930s and 1940s. There's little substance here, seemingly because the creators couldn't decide between a parody and a straight adventure film. Jones and Shaw (who was already 49 years of age and a few years past it for
this kind of bravura) are two pirates who come to Jamaica in an attempt to rid the island of the tyrannical pervert, Boyle, who runs the place. Bujold provides the love interest as the daughter of Behrens. Bridges is a Scarlet Pimpernel type of fop, and Schreiber provides the only real comedy as
one of the supporting numbskulls. Some tasteless gay jokes, heaving bosoms, and lots of...