Crusoe

1988

Crusoe

Critics Consensus

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67%

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Total Count: 6

45%

Audience Score

User Ratings: 350
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Movie Info

This film is very loosely based on novelist Daniel Defoe's story of Robinson Crusoe. In this version, Crusoe is an insensitive slave trader in the 19th century, shipwrecked on an island with many black natives. Over the course of his stay, Crusoe learns from them, rather than the other way around.

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Cast

Ade Sapara
as The Warrior
Elvis Payne
as Runaway Slave
William Hootkins
as Auctioneer
Shane Rimmer
as Mr. Mather
Chris Pitt
as Kitchen Lad
James Kennedy
as Capt. Harding
Raymond Johnson
as 1st Victim
Timothy Spall
as Rev. Milne
Warren Clarke
as Capt. Lee
Michael Higgins
as Dr. Martin
Oliver Platt
as Mr. Newby
Warren Clark
as Captain Lee
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Critic Reviews for Crusoe

All Critics (6) | Top Critics (1)

Audience Reviews for Crusoe

  • Nov 20, 2013
    The Robinson Crusoe story with a few twists. Crusoe as a slave trader. I did not see the twists as an improvement over the original story.
    Red L Super Reviewer
  • Mar 21, 2011
    I watched this film on Netflix Instant Watch and the Film was of good video quality. The Audio is very low on my laptop so I have to wear earphones turned up 100 percent, if anyone knows how to correct this problem please contact me. The film itself spent little time with the native Friday, more time was spent with Crusoe getting a out of season slave trade ship, the cruise, the shipwreck and after that little time was left for the Island Adventure and Friday. The story seems to have been modified, either that I don't the real story. I just don't remember the slitting of throats and the beheading of black natives for a native ritual sacrifice. I can only give this one 2 1/2 stars
    Bruce B Super Reviewer
  • Dec 28, 2009
    This version of Robinson Crusoe was my very first and I enjoyed it very much. A tiny bit violence but just tiny bit.
    Wahida K Super Reviewer

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