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The Ghost and the Darkness
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The Ghost and the Darkness 1996

From Amazon: Val Kilmer stars as Lt. Col. John Patterson, a 19th-century Irish engineer drafted by Britain's railroad bosses to build a trestle bridge over an African river, thus expanding the empire a tiny bit more. In Tsavo, Patterson is instantly hailed for killing a man-eating lion that had been making life hell for native workers. But morale sinks when a pair of unstoppable big cats devour more men and destroy the project. Along comes an Ahab-like, expatriate American hunter (Michael Douglas) to help Patterson face the almost preternatural powers of the two killers. The script by William Goldman (Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid) is based...

Directed By:
No image existsStephen Hopkins
Written By:
No image existsWilliam Goldman
No image existsVal Kilmer
Michael DouglasMichael Douglas
No image existsJohn Kani
No image existsBernard Hill
No image existsOm Puri
No image existsBrian McCardie
No image existsTom Wilkinson
No image existsEmily Mortimer

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The Ghost and the Darkness Movie Review by Movie Addict (2/21/2008)

Two lions and over 130 people dead. They were not killing for food, but for sport. They collected their prey in a cave.

As unbelievable as it sounds, it is true. This exciting film which featured magnificent cinematography in the African jungle and sound that set your teeth on edge, was memorable from start to...

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