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Sterling: The Secret of the Lost Medallion (2009)

While at camp, Alex Sterling and his friends have stumbled upon an old journal left behind by his deceased grandfather where they learn of the existence of a legendary medallion believed to... See full summary »

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Alex Sterling
Chris Ebling ...
Scott
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Dana
Lora E. Keady ...
Chris
Jon Brown ...
Howard
Benny Costanza ...
Archer Sterling
David Norris ...
Riley
Hunter Culp ...
Keith
Brandon Stewart ...
Brock
John Dockens ...
Nick Sterling
Bruce Hughes ...
Malcolm Sterling
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While at camp, Alex Sterling and his friends have stumbled upon an old journal left behind by his deceased grandfather where they learn of the existence of a legendary medallion believed to have originally belonged to the Biblical King Solomon. Many adventures follow as they uncover clues leading to the final resting place of the medallion. Written by Anonymous

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27 February 2009 (Argentina)  »

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Boring, Bad acting, editing, but "clean"
24 May 2011 | by See all my reviews

If you're into films that are so bland are vague about spiritual things, this film is ideal for you.

It likes a spine when discussing God, and wants to be an adventure story without a hint of suspense. More so, we don't care about the characters.

The film suffers from using video to shoot fiction, and producing a first-draft screenplay. The web designer-turned video editor delivers a bland imitation of 1970's After School Special-like stories, whereby the only ones gloating over this film's release are the friends and family of the cast and crew.

There is nothing remotely controversial about this film, but there is also nothing interesting.

Had it been edited down to a 10-minute short, and had a professional musical composer create a score, it could have been competitive at film festivals.

As-is, a waste of time. The makers simply prove they know how to press buttons on their editing software.

Perfect for local church video productions.

Movies like this make "Fireproof" look like Shakespeare.


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