Captain Sabertooth and the Treasure of Lama Rama

DVD Release: June 2, 2015
Captain Sabertooth and the Treasure of Lama Rama


Ahoy, mateys! Come aboard a pirate ship and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime! Join young buccaneers Tiny and Raven along with the fearless Captain Sabertooth and his merry crew of pirates on a voyage to the legendary kingdom of Lama Rama. There are rumors of a massive hidden treasure and Captain Sabertooth will stop at nothing to find it, while Tiny is much more interested in searching for his long-lost father. Their voyage evolves into an action-packed journey across the high seas and into deep jungles, with epic sword fights, evil villains, and a little plank-walking that will shiver your timbers!

Dove Review

“Captain Sabertooth” is a swashbuckling movie full of fun! It features several pirates and a young boy named Tiny who was found as a baby. He wants to be a deckhand for Captain Sabertooth, the captain his enemies call Pasty Face because of his washed-out white face. Tiny serves on the ship The Dark Lady, but it is captured by another band of pirates led by Captain Bjorn. He and his crew want to thwart Captain Sabertooth and find the treasure of King Rufus in Lama Rama. The treasure, called the King’s Pearl, is said to be the greatest of all. A friend of Tiny’s father, Longfinger, helps care for him and Tiny must prove himself over and over again to the captain. Fortunately, he gets help along the way from a girl named Raven.

The two gangs of pirates make their way to Lama Rama in search of the king’s treasure. They find that King Rufus is a jolly soul who believes that laughter is a key ingredient to enjoying life. Tiny gets a chance to prove himself to Captain Sabertooth but he blows it and fears that he will not get another chance. King Rufus’ brother, Badal, attempts to seize the throne and only by helping King Rufus regain his power will Tiny be able to triumph in the end.

“Captain Sabertooth” is an action-packed, rollicking film that places a boy in the role of a hero. It also features an energetic sword fight between two women. The characters are interesting and the adventures are amazing. We are happy to award “Captain Sabertooth and the Treasure of Lama Rama” our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages twelve plus. Enjoy the captain with your family, mate!

Content Description

Sex: Kissing between man and woman.
Language: Name-calling including "moron" a few times and "stupid tub of lard," "wimp," "cabbage head" and "toadstool."
Violence: Large apes chase a ship's crew; boy is hit on the head with a coconut but is okay; knife held to boy's throat but he is not harmed; sword fighting and punching and fighting; man grabs boy.
Drugs: Drinking in at least one scene.
Nudity: Cleavage in a scene or two.
Other: Rat seen running on ship; tension between characters; two people sit on a "whoopy" cushion; a few "fart" comments.


Company: Ketchup Entertainment
Genre: Action
Runtime: 111 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter