Saturday, May 28, 2016

Monster Crap Inductee: Up From The Depths (1979)

Monster Crap Inductee: Up From The Depths
Your Vacation Is About To Get Wacky


It’s May which means it is time for me to start my five month span of having inductions of films that I like, but I will agree that most people probably will have issues with. And hey, it was better than the alternative, which was NegaSeth subjecting me to some of the worst crap and trust me, you would not have been entertained by those films, let alone me explaining them.

And it has been a good year for me so far. The Carolina Panthers made it to the Super Bowl (although I’m still upset we lost to Denver and those rotten Broncos), the Toronto Raptors got to the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time in NBA history (as well as having taken two games from the team everyone thought would sweep the whole Eastern Conference in the Cleveland Cavaliers), and my most happiest this year, the San Jose Sharks getting to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in franchise history (and considering the heartache that had happened, I will take getting there for now (still want them to win though)). So let’s continue the good times with this summer.

We start this off this fun summer off with a film from the 70s from your Academy Award winning shlock mastering friend and mine, Roger Corman. You see, before 1975, the summer was not the blockbuster season we know of today. In fact, it was the actual dumping ground for movies which the filmmakers had no faith in. But that all changed with the movie that destroyed the Godfather to be the #1 domestic grossing film in Jaws.

Now, Jaws would only last 2 years as the #1 grossing film before it was beat out by Star Wars in 1977. But Jaws still has the effect of the summer blockbuster that still exists today. And with films that make such a huge impact, you know there will be rip offs and our good man Roger Corman would make a few of them and this would just be one of them.

Unfortunately, I can’t say much about what happened before the film because as with many Roger Corman films, there isn’t much remembered about these films. But I will tell you that while I may like the film, the director Charles B. Griffith (also co-directed the original Little Shop of Horrors (which he was uncredited for) and was a 2nd unit director on Death Race 2000 (which he also wrote)) calls the entire experience “terrible” and believes Roger Corman sent him to the Philippines to direct this film as punishment for some reason. Apparently this was originally meant to be an action film, but with everyone in the Philippines so depressed and the goofy looking fish with bug eyes, they decided to make this film a comedy and of course, that made people happy. The film was filmed and Roger cut 75 minutes off the film, which an editor would say to him “That’s a set-up, that’s a pay-off”. And as far as the cast is concerned, several of these people were also in Apocalypse Now as well so I have a feeling these might have been shot around the same time and near the same area where it was easy for them to work on both films.

But with that little info out there, it is time for me to get into this fun Jaws rip-off known as Up From The Depths.

We begin this film in the deep blue sea.

No, Not The 1999 Movie. And For Those Asking, This Movie Is Not Anywhere Near My Nomination Radar.

In a boat above that just anchored, a biologist named Dr. Whiting and one of his female students (that he may be sleeping with and is never given a name so you can guess how long she has left to live) are getting ready as the female is going for a dive underwater.

For what exactly is the dive for? Who knows! So this female student is on this dive and suddenly we get an underwater earthquake. Luckily for the student, none of the falling rocks hit her. Of course while normally people would come up after an underwater earthquake, she still decides to keep swimming as if nothing is wrong. And don’t even give me the excuse that she probably didn’t know it happened because if she didn’t feel it, she definitely should have heard it as earthquakes aren’t exactly known for their silence.

Not Even The Late John Tenta Could Be Stealthy.

But suddenly she sees something and makes some motion of mortal danger and she gets dragged under by something.

Yeah, considering what is going to have done this, she should be at least bleeding a tiny bit. After this, her oxygen tank floats right to the top and then we get some blood to signify that she is dead.

Whiting sees this and realizes that his student is probably not returning although he isn’t going to tell anyone because….well, just because…

Hmm…I Wonder If This Blood Cancels Out The Salt, Which Will Allow Me To Drink This Water.

And then we get the generic title crawl.

Nope…Not Even Bothering With The Title Card That Was On The Damn Poster. To Roger Corman, That Costs More Money Than He Is Willing To Pay, Dammit!

And we go immediately to women in luau dresses shaking their asses.

We Swear We Are In Hawaii And Not In The Phillipines. Now Watch These Girls Shake What Their Mommas Gave Them.

And as the credits come out to play, we see women learning how to do the hula dance at this “Hawaiian resort”. We also see other shenanigans going on like a guy getting a drink in before he decides to go back into the water, the hotel manager checking on various guests to see if they are enjoying their stay, and my favorite.

Gentlemen Who Is Playing Chess…Against Himself

A kid tries to tell his mom that there is something weird in the water. His mom tells him to play somewhere else and the kid then tries to warn a gentlemen to stay away from the area. He asks what the kid wants him to stay away from and falls into it, revealing the weird thing in the water being…

Bloody Clothes

Of course this displeases some of the guests as the man who ended up with the bloody clothes is cleaned up. The hotel manager named Mr. Forbes tries to calm things down and offers the gentlemen with blood all over him some drinks on the house. They think it is chum and of course Mr. Forbes wants to talk to Rachael, who is on water patrol.

Water Patrol, My Ass

She immediately comes to Mr. Forbes and they go to somewhere private, where he tells her about the red liquid that got on some guests.

He of course has a suspect in the Sullivans and thinks they are going to ruin his hotel. He goes to sit down, but is steered away from the spot because he was about to sit on a dead shark.

He talks about how Greg and his drunk uncle Earl are trying to swindle his guests and because he wouldn’t allow them to play their con games on the guests, they are now trying to ruin the hotel experience for the guests. He tells her to tell the two that they are banned from hotel property over this crap. And we have a random guy who just takes the picture of the shark.

Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due, This Is A Nice Shot

We immediately then meet the nephew Greg who is at the bar trying to get a couple to charter a fishing trip with the boat run by himself and his uncle. He also signals a local salesperson to put up a giant tiki with a Not For Sale Sign so he can play his game with the two. He has the salesmen try to reluctantly sale them the giant tiki while he will come to the rescue so he won’t swindle them.

A Double Swindle

Dr. Whiting comes back with some guys he was working with and he goes to report his student as a missing person to the harbor master, even though he knows that she is most likely dead. He says that she most likely drowned and Greg just overhears this. The couple comes aboard for the tour and we meet the uncle named Earl.

The uncle decides to sell the couple on a secret treasure from some rich family whose ship sank because of water spout.

Well, I Wouldn’t Say Sank….More The Ship Got Ripped Apart.

Basically what they are saying is down there is some ivory and jade. Greg tells the couple that they found a samurai sword with a jade handle and sold it for $800. Racheal meets with Greg and we immediately learn they are secretly a couple.

They talk in secret and she warns Greg that Mr. Forbes has banned them from the hotel property because he believes they went shark fishing nearby. Greg claims innocence over the matter, but she just wants him not to get in any trouble over the matter. He tells her about a girl drowning and is more concerned about what time he can pick her up for their date.

We also see Whiting talking with the cop about the missing girl. They also talk about how there was a rumor that Whiting and the girl were getting busy, but says that he will get on to finding out if she is okay or not. He also gets some strange fish from his two helpers as we see the fin of the beast that will be our monster in this film.

Funny Thing Is That During One Of These Scenes Where They Were Doing Just The Dorsal Fin, This Happened According To The 2nd Unit Director Ted Boehler. “I Was In The Camera Boat Just Out Of The Shot With My Stuntman Scuba Diver Who Had A Dorsal Fin Strapped To His Back- That Looked Like A Giant Fin From The Camera Position On Shore. My Diver Had Just Entered The Water When Suddenly There Was A Great Thrashing In The Water Near The "Fake" Dorsal Fin, And I Heard On The Walkie-Talkie From Shore, ‘Keep It Up. That Thrashing And Splashing, It Looks Great!!" Whoa…A REAL Seven-Foot Thresher Shark Had Suddenly Appeared Near The Boat And Was Raising Havoc In A School Of Baitfish Near Us On The Surface! I Decided Not To Tell My Diver After He Surfaced.”

We then go to some kids with their dad on a glass bottom boat. A sailor notices a hand underwater and goes to see if he can help the person it belongs to.

Don’t Think That Is Going To Be Likely, Good Sir

That night, Mr. Forbes goes to check on his guests. He sees Rachel talking with an author who is doing an article for a magazine about the area and he needs some pictures of the beaches and of Rachel.

Mr. Forbes is interrupted by a worker named Harry, who tries to tell him about something that the hotel manager needs to see and after seeing Greg and Earl at the bar, he tries to tell his employee to leave it on the desk, until he is told that it is a human arm. Mr. Forbes then shrugs it off as it was on the reef and not on hotel property, which he believes means it isn’t his responsibility, even harshly telling Harry to throw it back. Yeah…this guy is a bit of an asshole.

We see that Greg and Earl give the couple (who they are swindling) a map and a direct location of where the ivory and jade may be. Mr. Forbes tries to tell the couple (who have the last name of Bennett) that Greg and Earl are banned from hotel property, but the Bennetts and their friend Mr. Holland, tells Mr. Forbes to get lost as they are doing business. He then tries to have his staff throw Greg and Earl out, but Earl scares them off with his yells. The two then leave, then the Bennetts leave as well, with Mrs. Bennett telling Mr. Forbes that they came here to have a good time and he shouldn’t try to spoil it for them.

The next day, Rachel takes the author to an island so he can take pictures of one of the beaches for his article. This of course stops these two lovebirds from making out so they leave with the guy telling his girlfriend that they are never going to be alone.

The author starts taking pictures of Rachel and Rachel tells the author about Iris Lee, the playmate who is coming here as part of a photoshoot of her own this afternoon. The author decides to go waist deep into the water to get better pictures of Rachel, but that proves to be an unwise decision as the monster decides to kill him.

The author can only scream as Rachel looks on in horror.

She goes over to where the cameraman was, but all she can find is his camera and some blood on the rocks. We then head to Greg who has a spear gun and a bag.

He is at the shipwreck, where he plants some fake loot as part of his scheme with his uncle to swindle money out of the Bennetts and Mr. Holland. We also hear voice overs from the two swindlers talking about this plan with the fake loot being ways to wet their appetite for treasure hunting. Greg also shoots a fish with his gun.

Mr. Forbes yells at his staff about waste and it not being a soup kitchen. Rachel comes back still in shock and Mr. Forbes asks what is wrong. He initially thinks Rachel has been raped by the author, but she tells him that something in the water killed him. Mr. Forbes takes her somewhere private so they can continue this conversation and not scare his staff. He tries to get Rachel to calm down about the whole thing, but when Rachel asks if he will call the police, Forbes says he definitely will not do that. He says the nearest police is on Maui and if they call them, they will scare off customers. He also says that since it didn’t happen here, they don’t need to let this get out to the guests.

After that, Greg and Earl take Mr. Bennett and Mr. Holland out to the shipwreck so they can hunt for buried treasure. We see some jokes between Earl and Mr. Bennett like Earl talking about how he got this boat for two whores and Bennett wanting to trade his wife for the boat.

Bahahahahahaha….We Are Joking Around About Sex Trade

Mr. Holland goes into the water with Greg. They of course find the conveniently fake loot (and some actual real treasure), but Mr. Holland also meets the underwater monster.

This Here Is My Treasure! You Die For Trying To Steal It! Nom Nom Nom Nom Nom.

Greg sees this and decides to get the hell out of there. Greg quickly gets back to the boat and tells Earl what happened to Mr. Holland. Mr. Bennett wonders what is going on, but Earl gets him to get inside by saying there is a typhoon coming. Greg says that Mr. Holland actually found ivory and jade, which he always thought his uncle made up that story to sell people on this scam. Earl says that he never made the story up, but he never believed it was really down there. We also get told that it was no shark that killed Mr. Holland.

Elsewhere, Iris Lee arrives to the hotel.

She sees some koi and gives them bubble gum, which they eat (and will probably choke on later). She also poses for some cameramen who are there. They ask Iris how she likes Hawaii and being the bubbleheaded bimbo that she is, she says that she has never been there, before having to be told that is where she is now.

Back on the boat, Earl tells Greg to not tell anyone about Mr. Holland being eaten up by an undersea monster. He also tells him that they would send in the Army and Naval Coast Guard, which means they would never be able to get to the actual treasure. Earl also puts forth the idea of killing the monster and getting the money for its body. Greg tells Earl to shut up about it as the boat gets back to land. We find out that Mrs. Bennett wasn’t on the boat because she gets seasick. Mr. Bennett then tells his wife that Mr. Holland is dead as he was swept out to sea.

At that same time, Rachel tries to tell the harbor master on the island about the death of that author. Earl and Greg also have a drowning to report and harbor master goes to the station to get someone to come in a few days. Dr. Whiting shows up convinced that both Greg and Rachel have seen the underwater monster that killed his student (and implied lover). Greg tries to tell him to get lost, but he tells the two that they can come and see him when they get over the shock. Rachel says that she has to work and Whiting says he will go see her.

That night, Rachel and Greg sit together when they are told by Mr. Forbes and three of his employees that Iris Lee has gone missing. They say the last they heard of her, she tried to get the bartender to go skinny dipping with her. Rachel then says she must be at Moonlight Beach and goes with the others to go look for her, while Mr. Forbes tries to say that nothing wrong could be going on.

A Cartoonist’s Interpretation Of Mr. Forbes

They find Iris alive and tell her not to go in the water at night, even though she thinks it is nice. Rachel says she shouldn’t go in the water at all, but her cameraman says they have to do a lot of shooting tomorrow so yeah, they can’t keep her out of the water. Rachel says something is out there, the cameraman asks if there are sharks and Mr. Forbes is insistent that there are no sharks. I think the scene from earlier where Mr. Forbes almost sat on a dead shark that washed into the beach tells you that Mr. Forbes is a liar.

The next day, Rachel gets told by the co-worker that Mr. Forbes told to throw the arm he found back into the ocean (named Harry) about what he found. Rachel thinks that it is Iris Lee, but he says it isn’t her as she is out at sea right now. Rachel says that she is definitely going to call the harbormaster. Greg asks Harry to show him where he found it and he obliges.

The harbormaster goes onto Whiting’s boat and asks him about the pictures, which Whiting tells him are real fish that he took photos of. The harbormaster inquiries about the fish that that Dr. Whiting is looking for because despite his attempted ignorance, he knows that something is out there. Whiting doesn’t want anyone to know about it until he publishes his discovery of the fish as he thinks it is a new species. The harbormaster tells him that no one is going to wait that long. On a different boat, Greg and Harry go out to hunt for the giant fish while Rachel decides to join them.

We then go to the photo shoot with Iris Lee.

We also see people on the beach having a good time.

Well, Obviously This Pig Isn’t Having Good Time Seeing As He Is Being Cooked

Mr. Forbes tells the people stuffing the pig and preparing to cook it as they cannot cook it too long or the pig will shrink. The cook then tells another cook that Mr. Forbes bought the pig after he died, showing how cheap he is. Back at the bar, the Bennetts talk about Mr. Holland’s death. Mr. Forbes tries to be nice and he gets interrupted by Bob Durell of the Honolulu Star Bulletin, who wants to know about the deaths going on. Mr. Forbes tries to play it off as an everyday occurrence that someone drowns. Bob says the press is always interested in fairy tales and then wants to know about the death of the woman at the beginning. We then kind of get a hint of who tipped the press off about this whole thing.

Damn You, Uncle Earl.

Mr. Forbes sees Uncle Earl and is pissed off. Earl asks for a drink so they can talk business and Mr. Forbes agrees so he can get rid of him.  

Back at the Iris Lee boat, the photographers are still taking photos of her.

Look at this phot…

Get the hell out of here, Nickelback!

Then we go to Dr. Whiting and the harbormaster as Whiting tells him about the big fish that probably killed his student.

He thinks that with the change in currents, that might be why these sea creatures are coming up. He says the fish are merely confused, but they won’t stay there forever so he wants to get the big one before it goes down forever. Yep, we got a person who wants to catch the fish alive so he can study it for science.  You know, I know I bring up Jaws a lot in these kinds of movies, but in Jaws, they had the interesting idea of having their scientist character you know, not care if the fish gets killed or not and was more in the best interest of safety for the beachgoers. This whole scientists not caring how many people die as long as they get their species is always a horrible cliché that almost never works. To better illustrate this terrible cliché, we have this bit of dialogue.

Harbormaster: Want to study it for science?
Whiting: That’s right.
Harbormaster: Get your name in that book, huh?
Whiting: Why not?
Harbormaster: Fuck everyone else who goes swimming, right?
Whiting: Hey, the fish were there first!

So we go to now people diving off a small rock formation on the shore as Iris Lee’s boat passes them by. The boat with Greg, Rachel, and Harry comes by. We get some conversation between Rachel and Greg as Rachel apologizes for being rude to him at the beginning of the movie with accusing him of shark fishing. He says don’t worry about it and she says that the hotel isn’t trying to con the guests, just give them a good time. Greg’s response is to quote his uncle in saying that everyone wants to get screwed.

Well, unfortunately for them, some of the divers meet with the monster fish.

Complete With Completely Unnecessary Noise Cue So They Can Attempt A Jump Scare

Rachel notices a goggle in the water and then the fish attacks their boat.

The boat sinks and a rower gets killed immediately.

Dr. Whiting and the harbormaster hear a loud ping on the sonar and they head up to the area as well as Whiting knows that is where the big fish is. The harbormaster tries to shoot at it as Dr. Whiting saves Greg and Rachel. They leave to go warn Iris’ boat while Harry goes with the rest of the divers to go back towards shore.

On that boat, the photographers decide to have Iris pose on a net in the water.

Iris Lee starts complaining about this net being uncomfortable to lay in and wants to do the underwater pictures so they do just that.

This Will End Well…And Yes, I Am Pre-Emptively Back Boxing This So No One Even Tries To Light Up The Image So They Can See Her Breasts.

So as you can imagine with my sarcasm, this doesn’t end well.

The people on the boats react to their deaths not at all with complete shock, but with a calm “damn”. Whiting, Greg, Rachel, and the harbormaster leave to continue chasing the fish while the one guy who was still on board the boat that once had Iris Lee aboard to just head back to land depressed.

As sunset approaches, the workers get the stuffed pig ready for the feast as some tiki dancers set light torches so the customers can enjoy the night-time festivities. Earl gives Mr. Forbes a business proposition. He offers to go kill the monster and he wants some cash. Mr. Forbes balks at the whole offer and says that there is no monster. Yeah, Mr. Forbes thinks only about his hotel despite the fact that Earl tells him that he doesn’t give a crap about him. Mr. Forbes then says that if he doesn’t tell the world, then he doesn’t have a problem.

Well, that all changes as the boat carrying the four from a few minutes ago tells everyone to get out of the water. Then the fish starts eating people.

Some people get killed, but more people start running and screaming. The harbormaster also gets killed.

Mr. Forbes goes crazy and starts shooting the fish from the beach.

This Doesn’t Work Of Course So Mr. Forbes…What Happened To That Whole “If I Don’t Tell The World, I Don’t Have A Problem” Idea?

Whiting stops Mr. Forbes who ends up shooting his foot. Someone screams about there being a monster fish while Bob the reporter orders a scotch and soda. Yeah, you know he is not going anywhere. This fish eventually leaves, but the damage has been done and the next day, people start leaving the resort despite Mr. Forbes’ pleas for them to stay and there are also nurses to tend to the wounded.

The news media also comes in to report on this whole thing and question if the resort will even be able to stay open after all of this.

Inside the hotel, Whiting shows them a flyer that has been posted around the area.

Whiting wants it alive and Mr. Forbes is furious about this flyer so he decides to do something about it. Rachel says they are closing the hotel, but Mr. Forbes says that he is going to pretend he didn’t hear that…which means hotel is staying open, killer fish be damned. And how right he is because he decides to speak to everyone about this idea he has had.

Mr. Forbes has decided that he is going to one-up Earl Sullivan and he is going to do better for the person who kills the monster fish.

Holy Crap…It Is R. Lee Ermey!

Yep…much like several other actors, Ermey was shooting Apocalypse Now which was also in the Philippines so when production had issues (as Apocalypse Now did), they would be able to be in this film as well. And since R. Lee Ermey would not be a big name until years later with Full Metal Jacket, he got what is basically an appearance so anyone who watches this film now can see this little treat of him sitting there with some buddies.

Anyway, back to the movie. Mr. Forbes says that for the head of the monster fish, he will offer $1,000 and an “all expenses paid” week in the presidential suite. Whiting hates this news while Rachel & Greg decide to help the biologist catch this fish alive. But with Mr. Forbes upping the ante, we now get into what made this film enjoyable for me: the turning of this fish hunt into a Cannonball Run/Wacky Races style romp as we have all types of characters wanting to cash in on this reward.

Scuba Men

Samurai Guy

R. Lee Ermey & His Friends

A Quartet Of Tiki Bellhops With Their Spears

These Rednecks With A Fishing Pole

The Two Lovebirds From The Island On A Plastic Boat Because Daddy’s Card Couldn’t Get Them A Better Boat

The Drunk Couple That Has Been Showing Up Here And There Through This Entire Film, Well Only The Guy Is Going Out With Some Helpers, Some Guns, And A Goose Whistle

The Bennetts In A Canoe With A Crossbow

All of them and others have decided to catch this fish

Well, R. Lee Ermey and his buddies are already out as they had the bright idea to drink and bring a flamethrower so you can guess what happens.

Dr. Whiting and Greg go down underwater with a tranquilizer gun to see if they can stun the fish. Meanwhile the lovebirds have the fish on their line, but the fish gets away easily.

But Don’t Worry…He Got Back On The Boat Fine Although They Will Not Be Able To Get The Prize.

The Japanese guy gets a boat, but it is stuck on the beach so he isn’t getting anything.

The Bennetts tried with their crossbow, but it does nothing.

The fish then shows up and kills the bellhops.

The rest of the fishers we don’t see what happens to them. While underwater with the tranquilizer gun, Dr. Whiting gets attacked.

It May Be Hard To See, But Dr. Whiting In The Background Is Getting Silently Attacked By The Fish.

The fish goes at Greg, but Greg is able to get away. Greg finds Whiting still alive, but gravely wounded and brings him onto the boat. The biologist dies on the boat telling them not to throw him in the water again. 

Greg and Rachel decide that with the biologist dead, they need to kill the fish. A helper comes aboard and gives them some explosives so they can kill the fish. Since they don’t have any bait, they do what Whiting told them not to do in throwing him back into the water.

But It’s Okay…Rachel Hates The Idea And Whiting Is Rigged Up With Explosives. Also He Gets To Be Dragged And Pretend To Be Bernie From Weekend At Bernie’s. How Can That Not Make Up For The Fact That He Specifically Told Them Not To Put Him Back In The Water??!!!

The fish sees this and goes for it. Unfortunately, the line to Whiting and the explosives got disconnected so they will have to go back and reconnect it. While underwater, the fish kills Dr. Whiting’s helper.

Greg reconnects the wire to the explosives and gets the hell out of dodge. As everyone is wondering what is happening, an explosion occurs.

Greg comes back up and…

Yes, The Fish Is Dead.

Everyone is happy that the fish is dead, despite none of them being able to collect the bounty. Greg and Rachel kiss in the water and our film.

This film was shown as part of a double feature with the much better David Cronenberg film The Brood. It was released on VHS in the 80s and finally was released on DVD in 2011 as part of a Roger Corman Double Feature with Demon Of Paradise, which is the version I have.

Other than R. Lee Ermey ending up getting famous with Full Metal Jacket (a role that he had to convince Stanley Kubrick to get), everyone else didn’t do much other than Charles Howerton being a voice actor. Sadly, we have a few deaths since this film. Sam Bottoms (who played Greg) died in 2008 due to brain cancer. Virgil Frye (who played Earl) did produce Sean Frye (who was Elliot’s brother in ET) and Soleil Moon Frye (who was Punky Brewster)

She Was Also In Pumpkinhead 2: Blood Wings

Virgil Frye suffered from Pick’s Disease or Frontotemporal dementia (FTD) and its effects on him and the family were documented in the documentary Sonny Boy (directed by Soleil herself) as well as a trip to Virgil’s hometown. Virgil Frye ended up in a nursing home and died there in 2012 of an illness related to his dementia.

My final thoughts is that while I can enjoy this movie for its cast (for the most part) and its short idea of going Cannonball Run/Wacky Races with catching the fish, I can understand why most people think this movie is bad. The underwater lighting is not very good and it is pretty obvious that it was a cheaply made cash-in on the success of Jaws. I know it must have been a pain to make for the crew, but in my opinion…the overall product is somewhat a good watch in my mind.

Well, that is one film down in my Summer so now let’s go to a film from the 80s. And for the first time in Monster Crap, we will be officially be doing a completely Italian movie. Yes, I know Troll 2 had an Italian crew, but the cast was all American. This time, we are getting a completely Italian cast as well as crew. And it is a film from legendary Italian B-Movie director Bruno Mattei (and Troll 2 director Claudio Fragasso as well). It is an enjoyable film known as…