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There is absolutely nothing, and I mean nothing worth more than zero, except a 7/10 for 7 minutes of David Carradine. I waited with my son for even one scene that might redeem our pitiful time that was stolen from us minute by minute. All the ingredients of the movie are rotten including acting, location, scenery, script, music, direction. I wish I can say the special effects were awful, but there is none. I even couldn't tell in which country the events took place. No matter how low the budget was, I believe it is too much. I do tolerate many lame movies sometimes out of curiosity, but this one was intolerable. DO NOT EVEN THING ABOUT IT, if you value your time and self esteem.
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