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I watched part one and set up part two to record. All through the first part, I kept thinking, it had to get better. Sadly, it did not happen. Seems this picture has been made before, and a lot better. This is some of the worst acting I have ever seen. Was the working title "Indiana Jane and the Last Templar"? Even the musical score was terrible. It is hard to bring to mind a movie that did more things wrong than this loser. I did not read the book, but it has to be better than the movie, or nobody would have bought it.
As I said, I recorded the second part. I just do not know if I can actually bring myself to watch it. I suppose I will, just as I finish even bad books that I am reading.
I have no one to blame but myself, it was a made for TV mini-series. I should have known better.
I gave it a 2 because the rest of it just has to get better.
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