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I had to struggle to get through this one. Louis Gossett Jr. (An Officer and a Gentleman) was the only reason I tuned in. he usually does a great job, and he really wasn't all that bad in a poor vehicle such as this.
This is one of those films that you need a bucket and a gun before you watch. That is to either throw up or shoot yourself if you can't escape.
The mummy was pathetic, there was little horror, and the ending was a mess.
Stay away - far away.
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