In Colorado, 900 years after a nuclear war in the USA, the mankind is back to the stone ages. Amazons are ruling the tribes, the men are dumb, either kept as slaves and couplers or are ... See full summary »
In Colorado, 900 years after a nuclear war in the USA, the mankind is back to the stone ages. Amazons are ruling the tribes, the men are dumb, either kept as slaves and couplers or are living wild as animals. Only Korvis and a friend are intelligent enough to flee and found a tribe of their own. Will they manage to teach the women love to men again? Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
"Nine hundred years after the Great Nuke. The world man created, he destroyed. Out of the darkness and ignorance of the radioactive rubble emerged a new order..." "...and the world was woggos." (in old speak that means - Crazy!) See more »
While America 3000 MAY be one of the ALLTIME grade-Z movies, a great deal of comments made by the other person to review this film are wrong. First off, the hairstyles. Since the film takes place 900 years AFTER World War III, and in the radioactive wild of Colorado, how could anybody be "suffering from "bad '80's style haircuts?" Moron. The hair is typical of a bunch of people stuck in the wild, with the intelligence of a lower primate with no vanity. Just wild, unkenmpt hair. Specifically, mine. I played Young Korvis, (the good looking one.) The film is narrated by Mr. William Wallace, who plays my grown up sidekick, Gruss. It could have been worse. Chuck Wagner of TV's "AutoMan" (who's a GREAT guy, if you ever get a chance to meet him) could've narrated, which would have been a mistake. While he has physical presence, vocally, he may be lacking. And this is odd, considering the amount of stage he's done before and since this film. Compared to the last Mad Max film, this movie is downright inspirational, even if filmed on a 3 million dollar budget. The Director (David Englebach) went on to develop "Over the Top" with Sly Stallone. Yeah, I barfed too, but it wasn't half bad. Last comment (since this is hardly a review, but more of a defense of a terrible flick..) This movie never made it to MST3K....I checked. What am I doing now? I shoot music videos for up and coming rock bands. If you're in the Los Angeles Area Friday, march 5 2004, come to Johnny Foxx's, and see Flying Venus, the hottest group from Northern California destined to become the next big thing. That's what us grade Z actors are doing now. And the winner is.............
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