Look for me looking for you, in the end I found them (third and last part )

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Good to all gentlemen, first of all, Merry Christmas to all the good people around here.
Well there is the last part of movies that were shot in Jamaica, I hope you like it

Horatio Hornblower: Remuneration (2001)

naval battle, rebellion, court drama, legal, military, rivalry, chaos, escapes, army investigation, war, heroes, adventures ...

The Devil of the Deep (1974)

shark, sunken treasure, killer shark, scuba diving, treasure hunt, murder, motorboat, man in swimsuit, bikini, shipwreck

007: Bond 25 (2020)

The famous British spy of MI6 created by writer Ian Fleming. In this film, the 25th franchise, James Bond (Daniel Craig) has left active duty and enjoys a quiet life in Jamaica. But his rest is short-lived, because his old friend Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright), of the CIA, will appear asking for help. The mission of rescuing a kidnapped scientist will prove to be much more complicated than expected, since in the middle of everything will appear Safin (Rami Malek), a mysterious villain armed with a new and dangerous technology. Bond's allies in this mission will be his former acquaintances M (Ralph Fiennes), Moneypenny (Naomie Harris) and Q (Ben Whishaw), in addition to a new Agent 00 (Lashana Lynch). The doubts will assail him when Bond sees with concern the dark secrets that Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) hides, secrets that if they came to light they would end him.

Godzilla (1998)

A 30-meter-tall terrifying creature sows terror where it passes. Its destructive power is due to the radiation it has suffered when it was near Chernobyl.

While scientist Nick Tatopolous tries to discover how to stop the monster, the animal comes out of the water and heads for New York ...

Marked for Death (1990)

John Hatcher, an incorruptible super-policeman, takes a few days off after a particularly difficult case. He soon confronts local traffickers, who promise to kill him and attack his family.

Well this is all I hope you like it

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