The Curse of King Tut's Tomb
Thousands of years ago, the great Child King Tutankhamen ruled. Few know the details of his life -- No one knows the secrets of his death. All that is about to change.Free -spirited archaeologist Danny Fremont (Casper Van Dien, Sleepy Hollow) is certain that if found, King Tut's Emerald Tablet would hold the power to control the world. Unfortunately, the only one who believes Fremont is his nemesis archaeologist Morgan Sinclair (Jonathan Hyde, Titanic), a member of a secret society who wants the tablet to harness unspeakable evil on the world and will stop at nothing to get it.
- Stars:Casper Van Dien, Jonathan Hyde, Leonor Varela, Steven Waddington, Niko Nicotera, Tat Whalley, Brendan Patricks, Patrick Toomey, Malcolm McDowell, Simon Callow, Tom Alter, Rajesh Balwani, Robin Das, Parvin Dabas, Nikita Anand,
- Director:Russell Mulcahy,
- Writer:David N. Titcher
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(mx) wrote: Bad good thing it was a rental. Wack
(jp) wrote: very interesting, with lots of great twists and turns.
(jp) wrote: Just like the rest of the meet the parents/meet the fockers films. Really funny and a good plot. Great cast as well.
(de) wrote: it was an ok movie but could have been better, I don't think I'll watch the film again though but it's a ok film, it starred Ewan McGregor, Ricky Gervais, Tim Curry, Jim Broadbent, Hugh Laurie, John Cleese and John Hurt
(es) wrote: Regretfully unfinnished.
(au) wrote: I wonder what this is about, i think ill see it!
(ca) wrote: Remember back in college when you'd get drunk or high and everything anyone said or did was funny? This whole movie is like that. It's a low budget piece of shit that I just love. The scene where the martian pops in on the newscaster saying nuckular cracks me up. I want that to happen to George Bush and everyone else who can't say it right. Warning: Do not watch this movie without chemical enhancements. Popcorn and Pepsi won't cut it.
(mx) wrote: Another one of my films that will make you think, this is based on the true story of the life of Steven Biko, a black activist protesting against apartheid in South Africa and how one white man risked his life to tell the world of the atrocities that were taking place between black and white people.This has superb acting and a great cast and it iis a very moving story which inspired the song 'Biko' from Peter Gabriel and I definitely recommend it.
(us) wrote: Just a REALLY obscure sci-fi film. Really, you have to really be into sci-fi to appreciate it because truth be told it's not that great.
(es) wrote: To think that a German director made this in 1942 is incredible. Ernst Lubitsch was laughing in the face of tragedy. Although serious themes are dealt with and mild peril is encountered, I was in stitches throughout. The Lubitsch Touch is in full effect.
(ru) wrote: Laughs, Lunacy, and Karloff--Almost their last hurrah!!
(kr) wrote: Fantastic start to the MCU and great performances all round most noticeably Robert Downey Jr. 3.5/5
(gb) wrote: Chaplin loses his usual look for drag, which distracts from the picture a little, but the usual frolics remain.
(ag) wrote: Michael Jai White is brilliant. The over the top action is hilarious and will keep you laughing long after the film is done.
(ru) wrote: Lacking in the script and characters, better in terms of visuals and comedy.
(es) wrote: One of my favorite Bond films, and the first to feature Roger Moore. This movie may feature a little more lighter touches to the films, but it still delivers a wonderful story, with a great villain, who uses his daughter to see the future for him. This film is ten times better than one of the worst entries in the Bond films Diamonds Are Forever.Sheriff J.W Pepper is in this movie, and Man With the Golden Gun. He is probably the one thing that was bad about this movie. And Paul McCartney did the title song which is one of the best songs from the Bond films.