Carry on Columbus (1992)

  • Year: 1992
  • Released: 20 Nov 1992
  • Country: United Kingdom
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  • Language: English
  • MPA Rating: R
  • Genre: Action, Adventure, Comedy
  • Runtime: 91 min
  • Writer: Dave Freeman, John Antrobus
  • Director: Gerald Thomas
  • Cast: Jim Dale, Bernard Cribbins, Maureen Lipman
  • Keywords: sea, ship, sequel, carry on, christopher columbus, 15th century,
19% – Critics
19% – Audience

Carry on Columbus Storyline

Christopher Columbus believes he can find an alternative route to the far East and persuades the King and Queen of Spain to finance his expedition. But the Sultan of Turkey, who makes a great deal of money through taxing the merchants who have to pass through his country on the current route, sends his best spy, Fatima, to wreck the trip.—Rhino

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Laughter-free zone

1992 was the 500th anniversary of Christopher Columbus landing on American soil and there were three prominent movies made to cash in on this – 1492, Conquest of Paradise and the film generally regarded as the most historically accurate of the three, Carry On Columbus. They were all crap I think, with the Carry On one being voted the worst British film ever made in 2004 by film professionals. Its not entirely unfair, as it really is a hopeless pile of garbage. It makes Cannon and Ball’s Boys in Blue appear like Police Academy and the other Carry On films appear…better. The script is dreadful and the acting performances dire. It truly is alternative comedy, i.e. An alternative TO comedy. So, hop onboard the good ship Asinine on its voyage to the laughter-free zone.

Shouldn’t have been made.

I’ve had a real terror fest, I’ve watched some true horrors, Carry on England, Carry on Emmanuelle and ended with Carry on Columbus. I’ve said it before, they should have stopped at the brilliant Carry on behind.

It’s better then the previous two, but that’s not saying much, Carry on for me conjures up Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Hattie Jacques, Bernard Bresslaw and Joan Sims. Four couldn’t do it and one had the sense not to. So the film is just lacking what it is to be a Carry of film, I’ll give plaudits to Jim Dale for battling hard against the awful script he was given.

I’ve tried to pick out a good bit, I’ve tried very hard, but I can’t find one in there, it’s too forced.

I applaud them for trying to continue the line, and for forming a ‘new’ batch of British comics, sadly it just didn’t quite work. 3/10

Would the word woeful suffice?

Don’t get me wrong, I really like the Carry On franchise, but along with England and Emmanuelle, this movie is down there with the worst of them. Sorry I didn’t like it, in fact I thought it was woeful. There was such a lot wrong with it, and not much good with it. The story is incoherent, the dialogue ranges to bad to horrendous, the gags are poor, the pacing is all over the place, the direction is non-existent the sets and costumes are somewhat cheap and the acting was poor. Leslie Phillips and June Whitfield are wasted, Bernard Cribbins is unusually bland and Julian Clary(???) only adds to the problem in an excruciatingly embarrassing turn as Don Juan Diego. In fact, the only redeeming quality is Jim Dale, who actually tries to do something with his role. Overall, dreadful and one of the worst. 1/10 Bethany Cox