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Anybody, like me, who's familiar with the work of Jim Wynorski shouldn't be surprised by the movie's schlocky, low-budget quality. Wynorski's a veteran of schlocky B-movies. But I found this one to be more dull than his previous efforts. And, to be honest, the lack of gratuitous nudity was disappointing as well. Hey, you don't watch a Wynorski movie for the quality. You watch it for its cheesy entertainment value and the frequent, gratuitous shots of busty babes. "Treasure Hunt" has some nudity, but no more than you would see in an average Rated-R movie. This is no "Bare Wench Project 2." The acting, as you would expect, is awful. The only halfway decent actors are Melissa Brasselle and Samantha Phillips--two of Wynorski's regulars. And the movie sure as hell doesn't serve as a biting satire on the reality show craze. I really didn't care about any of the characters, so the fact that each of them were getting killed off had no effect on me. I didn't enjoy the movie much, but I do look forward to listening to the audio commentary, since he usually does provide amusing commentaries. Unlike most B-movie directors, he maintains a good sense of humor about his work.
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