Mystery of the Maya

Mystery of the Maya

Filmed in IMAX, a young Mayan boy who lives close to the ruins becomes acquainted with an archaeologist (Guerra) and asks her to tell him about his ancestors. The crew travelled to over 15 locations in Mexico and Guatemala, including Tulum and Chichén Itzá.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:38 minutes
  • Release:1995
  • Language:English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:imax,  

Filmed in IMAX, a young Mayan boy who lives close to the ruins becomes acquainted with an archaeologist (Guerra) and asks her to tell him about his ancestors. The crew travelled to over 15 locations in Mexico and Guatemala, including Tulum and Chichén Itzá. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Krupa P (br) wrote: this movie had so many things building up to it, but the end absolutely sucked. it was a cool glimpse into a life of an illegal immigrant, but really pointless in the end...

Kyle G (es) wrote: The "Rotten" score for this film is completely unjustified, and any assertion that the film is "too technical" is nonsense. Those who complain about the "boringness" of the subject matter were never meant to be the audience anyway, and they can stick to their mindless action movies. I think Greg Kinnear's portrayal of Robert Kearns was highly convincing, and felt moved multiple times throughout by the weightiness of the dilemmas his family faced.

Gabriel A (it) wrote: Diabolicamente cnico. Duncan Ward est na profisso errada, ele construiu uma parodia morna que s ocasionalmente evoca um sorriso relutante.

Dister01 (br) wrote: 11 racist moments and an astounding 43 innuendos... Kids movie, everybody!

mark p (nl) wrote: The Movie Was GREAT!!!!

Harry E (de) wrote: Lindsay Anderson's most obvious satire. For some reason, I'm not quite sure what, it simply doesn't measure up to the genius of its predecessors, If.... and O Lucky Man! Perhaps because it sort of gets lost in the excess of its own irateness. Despite this, the movie shouldn't be dismissed. I think a lot of people don't like this because they expect it to be more like the previous two, and it isn't - Travis (McDowell) isn't even the main character here. As satire, it's still pretty sharp, and overall it's very good - it just doesn't go above and beyond like Anderson's masterpieces.

Vincent Z (fr) wrote: This is the sequel to the first movie. The ideas they come up with to make a movie. hehehe. Yes I even liked this movie as well.

Tim S (mx) wrote: There isn't much to be said or even remembered about Ring of Terror. It doesn't try quite as hard as needs to to be a successful terror or horror story. Then again, if you read the plot above, you realize that it isn't either of those things anyway. I'm not really sure what the filmmakers were going for, or if they even cared. The host, or master of ceremonies, serves as a sort of Boris Karloff meets Rod Serling, shelling out tiresome and trite dialogue about death while searching for his lost cat in a cemetery. It's pretty tedious. The most memorable thing about the movie is that it was featured on an episode of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and even they had a difficult time getting through this movie with a smile on their face. I can't really blame them. Ring of Terror is about as boring as watching paint dry, maybe even less than that.

Edward K (gb) wrote: this was a big pile of shit i was so stoked to see this but it never lived up to the hype