The Blue Lagoon While Malta’s uninhabited third island of Comino may be mostly barren and feature only a few hotels, it’s got one very popular destination: The Blue Lagoon. Visitors mostly drift over for the day by private boat or an organized trip that includes snorkeling, boozing and more in this small, horseshoe-shaped inlet. Consider yourself forewarned, though: Jellyfish are common in these waters and they like to sting. (Which means Madonna’s acting in the 2002 film "Swept Away," which…
Men With Brooms - Paul Gross 2002 - DVD07456 -- "Reunited by the last wishes of their recently deceased coach, 4 not-quite-together guys set out to win the local Superbowl of curling. Under the guidance of their befuddled new coach, the intrepid teammates fight their way to the big championship showdown."
SWEPT AWAY While on a Mediterranean cruise, a storm leaves a wealthy woman (Madonna) shipwrecked on an island with her ship's Italian first mate. While working together to survive, the two can't help putting their differences aside and falling in love each other. Swoon.
Madonna in Cala Luna The film might not have broken box office records, but this image of Madonna lounging on the sands of Cala Luna in Swept Away by Guy Ritchie, has become another iconic beach shot. The singer's golden locks, black bikini and bronzed skin helped make the Costa Rican beaches legendary.