Swept Away
Directed by: Guy Ritchie.
Written by: Lina Wertmüller (1974 screenplay for “Travolti da un insolito destino nell’azzurro mare d’agosto”), Guy Ritchie (screenplay).
Actors: Madonna, Adriano Giannini.
Released: 2002.
MPAA Rating: R.
Length: 89 min.

Brief outline (no spoilers):
Amber (Madonna) is a very rich woman that is taking a cruise from Greece to Italy with her husband and some friends on a boat they have rented. Amber is a very snobby woman and easily bored she takes fun in tormenting the crew on the ship especially Giuseppe (Giannini). But the roles are about to change when Amber and Giuseppe gets ship wrecked on a deserted island.

Personal opinions
The story of this movie is a bit original, but Guy Ritchie can not take any credit for the story of this movie since it is a remake of a movie from 1974.

When looking passed the romance and comedy the undertone of the movie is really about class struggle, and the power wealth has in our society.

The movie is fun to watch, if you like the complications that would arrive from a stranded man and woman on a deserted island.

The acting is terrible. Madonna should probably stick to her singing career.

Bottom Line
Easy fun romance, with a touch of critique of the capitalistic and materialistic world we live in.
Rating: 5/10 (where 10 is the best).