In this tribute to the old time spaghetti westerns with a liberal dose of modern Hong Kong film-making thrown in, Emilio Estevez assumes Clint Eastwood's "man with no name" role. Estevez ... See full summary »
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Posters credited the 3-D process used in the film as "Supervision" and "Wondervision". Both of these processes are fictitious, the actual camera system was the Marks 3-Depix Stereospace Converter. See more »
The super-sensitive floor is a key plot device, but when a hat is dropped on it, the alarm doesn't go off. See more »
No matter how you put it, this movie was created to contain as many gimmicks as possible to exploit the 3D theme. And as such it succeeded beautifully.
I have seen this movie when I was 13, close to when it came out.
Little other movies of the 80s have made quite the same impact. No, it's not a good movie by normal standards. But Yes, this is probably the best 3D movie ever made, and as such is worth a couple of lines in someone's book.
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