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Contemporary Gladiator (1989)
"Iron Thunder" (original title)

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Anthony Elmore ...
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George M. Young
Julius Dorsey
Danny Bumpus
Tommie Lee Ray ...
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Traci Cloyd
Marian S. Jones
Jimmy Blann
Gwen Baker
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William Eaves
Eddie Monger
Bill Morrison
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Worst film ever
12 November 2005 | by (scotland) – See all my reviews

Honestly, this may be the worst film ever made. And I've seen a lot of bad movies.

Terrible acting, direction, editing, music (definitely the worst use of music since Steve McQueens "The Hunter") and any other category you would care to rate. The ONLY thing that wasn't terrible was the lighting, and the only reason I noticed that was because I was looking for something positive to say.

Unbelievable, and its refreshing to know that "the Amp" never got near a camera again.

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