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Allan Quatermain is a fortune hunter who is convinced by Jesse Huston to help her find her father, who's been lost somewhere in the African jungle during his last exploration. Written by
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When Dogati (John Rhys-Davies) and Quatermain (Richard Chamberlain) first meet, the former says to Quatermain what sounds like "Inglés", as in "Englishman". (This would be accurate since Quatermain was English in the novel). It is also possible the "Inglés"-quote is a nod to the TV-series "Shogun", in which both John Rhys-Davies and Richard Chamberlain stars, the former as a Portugeuese navigator and the latter as an English pilot. In "Shogun", Richard Chamberlains character is sometimes described as "Inglés". See more »
The big "stewpot" keeps slopping over with just minor rocking, even though a lot of the water had already been lost from the pot's already having been tipped that far (and farther) by the heroes' previous rocking efforts. See more »
[Indicating the twin mountain peaks]
if we'd crashed between them, we'd be at the mine!
Fine! Next time we steal a plane, i'll let you crash it!
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This is a movie rated so low by others but by some it gives them a reminder of indiana jones. Next to those movies this one is the next best. I would recommend it to indiana jones fans who have been waiting years for another sequel. This movie has a sequel too which is almost as good but get a bit slower at the end. The movie is really good though. I enjoyed the storyline, the actors, the music by Jerry Goldsmith is very enchanting, the only thing i could say isnt that good in this film are the special effects but for the time being it will do. Theres nothing to lose so go out and rent it!
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