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Arthur Allan Seidelman
An adventurer (Hamilton) decides to go in search of the lost city in the Amazon jungle. A motley crew of other people with reasons of their own decide to join him for the wealth of the lost city. But to their horror they find out that they have bit off more than they can chew. What with a nazi doctor still doing his experiments on people in the same place. Written by
Glossy but Unremarkable Pre-CGI, DTV, Low-Budget Trash
Cheesy, Low-Budget, but Colorful Action/Adventure with Scary Looking and Color Coordinated Amazonian Tribesmen, South American Nazis Circa 1965, Big Haired Babes, and Non-Actor and Fan Favorite Michael Dudikoff.
Along for the Fun is Robert Vaughn and Donald Pleasance Playing Dueling Old Fogie Nazis. The Pacing is Too Slow and the Action Lackluster and Looking Staged, the Film has Complications Like Biological Scourges, and a Hidden Jungle City that Go Virtually Nowhere.
The Movie May Take Itself Too Seriously to be Much Fun, but it Ends Up Being a Little Entertaining if You Can Get Into It. Whether it's Worth the Try will be a Matter of Tolerance and Taste.
Overall, Average for This Type of Pre-CGI, Direct to Video Stuff. It's a Canon Production and the Hacks There Did and Do Have a Fan Base for its Type of Glossy Trash.
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