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Despite the negative reviews, "Congo" is an entertaining but outdated jungle adventure movie in the style of Tarzan, with lost city, dangerous gorillas and forgotten tribe of natives. Karen Ross but the film works on a rainy Saturday afternoon.

Taboo in years gone by, relationships with people from other ethnicities are now commonplace, thankfully. The Fuzz – Anytime your man sees the police, expect to hear this: “Oh shit. So expect to hear some xenophobic commentary aimed at your man & his countrymen. The Parents – Don’t worry if your parents hate your man…his folks are probably always asking him why he can’t find a nice, well-mannered girl who’s…well, who’s not you. Home Sweet Home (Affairs) – Yep, you’re going to spend more time at Home Affairs than you even knew was possible; filling in more forms than an insurance salesman.

Naturally, there any numerous negative stereotypes floating about as society pigeonholes those different from us. Background checks – So you Googled his name, Peter Jones, and nothing came up? Lord please don’t let them stop us”…that’s coz, your man has no papers. Romantic getaways – Speaking of papers, don’t expect any romantic international getaways for Valentine’s day. Stuff like “Damn, those Nigerians are fraudsters” O_o. [Oh, Home Affairs is the “Home Office” for our UK friends or the “Immigration and Naturalization Service” for our American contingent.] Jokes aside, dating someone of a differing nationality, race, tribe, or religion has its challenges but it’s also quite exciting.

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By: Meisha So against my better judgment I decided to enter (well tiptoe) into the world of dating in South Africa.* I arrived in South Africa with the intention of not dating anyone during my time here and using this as a period to “cleanse.” Repeated conversations with South African women about the infidelity of South African men, coupled with the fact that the average marrying age here is (I am guessing) 25 so there is a lack of eligible bachelors over 30 and the popularity of beer being apparent in the vast array of male protruding bellies, all served as a confirmation for me to stay far away from dating.

Travis discloses to Karen that his son was actually trying to find a rare blue diamond in Congo and sends her to look for him. Peter Elliot (Dylan Walsh) and his assistant Richard (Grant Heslov) are testing communication with the gorilla Amy and they decide to take her back to Congo since the animal seems to miss her birthplace.

However they have funding issue but the Romanian philanthropist Herkermer Homolka (Tim Curry) offers to financially assist them.

sends his son into the dangerous African Congo on a quest for a source of diamonds large enough and pure enough to function as powerful laser communications transmitters (or is it laser weapons? When contact is lost with his son and the team, his sometime daughter- in-law is sent after them.

In Congo, Charles Travis (Bruce Campbell) is testing a communication system by laser with his former fiancée Dr. Travis (Joe Don Baker), who owns the Travi Com and is Karen's employer.

Karen Ross (Laura Linney) for the Travi Com network. Charles and his friend Jeffrey (Taylor Nichols) find the ruins of a lost city but are somehow killed.

Meanwhile their camp is completely destroyed and then the camera is shut down by a creature.

Further, he discloses that Homolka's real intention is to find the Lost City of Zinj.

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