Egypt: Secrets of the Pharaohs

Egypt: Secrets of the Pharaohs

National Geographic goes to Egypt to look into an underground vault that houses a ship of the Pharaoh Khufu and follows an researcher as he attempts to recreate the ancient rite of mummification.

National Geographic goes to Egypt to look into an underground vault that houses a ship of the Pharaoh Khufu and follows an researcher as he attempts to recreate the ancient rite of mummification. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Claire M (nl) wrote: I love Sara Paxton so this movie was one i needed to see. I also am a fan of the abc family movies so I thought this was so fun and creative. Very cute

Adam R (it) wrote: An interesting notion of converting cricket players to baseball players, but it seemed pointless in the end as the guys didn't up doing anything significant in the MLB. It still was a good story about their journey to the United States and made for a decent movie, but I didn't really like the main character played by Jon Hamm. (First and only viewing - 12/4/2014)

Chavi R (es) wrote: SO dying to see this can't wait for it to come out on DVD!!!!

Robina s (ru) wrote: Ritesh looked soo.. hot lol

Andrew P (gb) wrote: Not a good film, but not terrible. JGL at his most annoying.

Jamie C (es) wrote: Another good entry to the series, I was expecting a little more, As we all knew its only purpose is to set up the grand finale, A little confusing sometimes and can drag at times but the ending was great and pretty shocking, It's still a must see film.

Austin M (ag) wrote: This is such a hard film to describe. It is very deep with many themes that run through it. I believe it is a must see -yet each view will come away with a diffrent view - check it out let me know what u think

Rex M (de) wrote: Interesting drama, but it feels heavy handed and viewers unfamiliar with the metaphor will feel lost.

Richard S (gb) wrote: Ah happy days: this scared me when I was a kiddy but nowadays I can relax and accept it for the lunacy that it is. I dare anyone to see it with a straight face for it has many fine moments that transcend sanity and logic - Doug McClure - check, Men in plastic monster suits - check, Scantily clad english speaking cavegirls - check, Pig faced badmen - check, Telepathic Pterosaur men-in-suite things with the aerodynamics of a brick - check, man eating plants - check. And we're not even talking about the plot yet! The scary thing is this was made the year before Star Wars and that it is actually a great deal better than many current blockbusters! On a serious note this film goes to show just how good Ray Harryhausen's effects in the 1950s were though he perhaps never reached the heights of two giant sabretoothed bipedal hippos fighting WWF style over a doll. Genius!

Pavan R (ru) wrote: Entertaining watch mainly for the styling and the story telling. Lots of violence and blood shed but it an action movie. A big star cast who do a good job. Good direction and editing brings the various stories together nicely.

Pete S (us) wrote: Yul Brynner is awesome and chews up the scenery good as the lead character- a proud and die-hard Cossack who gets into it with his oldest son (a slightly out of place Tony Curtis) when he falls in love with a Polish woman- an enemy of the Cossack's. The direction is pretty sharp and never slow, and the music is just terrific- it's an epic without an excessive running time. The costumes are cool, and the battle scenes (for the time AND in general) arepretty cool and well done. The films is a little flawed, but still worth checking out.

Richard D (mx) wrote: Not as good as I had remembered. A nice coming of age story reminiscent of "I Vitelloni", but some of the performances are pretty weak.