Inca Mummies: Secrets of a Lost World

Inca Mummies: Secrets of a Lost World

Their empire stretched from Ecuador all the way to Chile. Only 40,000 strong, they ruled ten million subjects and created one of history's greatest civilizations. But with one quick blow, ...

Their empire stretched from Ecuador all the way to Chile. Only 40,000 strong, they ruled ten million subjects and created one of history's greatest civilizations. But with one quick blow, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Inca Mummies: Secrets of a Lost World torrent reviews

Emmanuel B (ca) wrote: The good old French recipe of the improbable duo. Has its moments.

M L (de) wrote: This movie was a train wreck. It wasn't really a good movie but I couldn't stop watching.

Cameron G (nl) wrote: liked it never want to see it again

Dan M (es) wrote: Here's an idea for a comedy: Get great comedic actors, beautiful scenery, a nice message, and start filming. Wait, should we write some jokes? Who has time for that? Start filming! What a disappointment! I realized I didn't smile until the closing credits (and not just because the movie was over) but because it was so fun to see Kristin Chenoweth singing Route 66 with the rest of the cast.

Anthony D (nl) wrote: Powerful stuff. Beautifully shot, gripping, and well-acted. Some drama, humour, pathos, and a few moments of true tension in there too. It may have gotten a bit too actiony towards the end, but I found it quite riveting, and the ending haunting and memorable.

Gabrielle K (it) wrote: It shows Milla's soft side which is actually quite enjoyable.

Faith C (ru) wrote: Theres HOT guys in this movie.

Andy R (mx) wrote: This is really funny and this is the best Bill Pullman movie I seen

Neil O (au) wrote: All star British cast lead by Terry Thomas, Sid James and George Cole in a fine comedy crime caper. Enjoyable hokum.

Michael T (de) wrote: George Sanders purrs his way through a surprisingly good film. Lucy is awesome and fetching as an American taxi-dancer in England. Karloff is delightful.

Bill R (gb) wrote: the first movie took me by surprise, a scary little story that was a random pick on a Netflix night. this just feels like they are trying to ride the coat tails of the first. the actors have done better stuff and I've seen them act better too. it felt like they were just there to say the lines and be done with it. didn't have much for scares or suspense either. skippable.