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The four files that the Doctor points to in his laboratory quite clearly read: "Essen Babys", "Dreisehn", "ich Liebe es, Drogen zu tum" and "gross esel, junge dame". Which translated mean: "Eat Babies", "Thirteen", "I love doing drugs" and "Big ass, young lady" (although the German says "donkey" instead of "ass" for the last, and the others are misspelled as well). See more »
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Jake Busey.... if I was mean i would let these 2 words speak for themselves and submit this review... having said that Jake Busey was the best actor in the entire movie.
"Nazis at the Center of the Earth" is by far the worst "movie" I have seen in many years. The acting is horrific, there are free phone apps that produce better special effects and the story was never meant to be taken serious.
There seems to be a scene for this kind of trash movies and judging by some reviews these people totally like it. Apparently I am not part of this scene and I am judging a movie based on it's quality and I am very generous by giving it 2 stars.
More than once the actors in the movie are complaining how cold it is in the Antarctica, they doing so by wearing Jeans and sneakers which is obviously the typical outdoor lab coat for arctic scientists. I could easily oversee the fact that even when it is freezing cold nobody seems to have enough body heat that there would be steam coming out of their mouth. Like I said i could oversee that but i don't want to. There are ridiculous cut scenes such as Jake Busey laying his hand on someones should, this shot must have excited the director because he used it 3 times.
The Storyline is not meant to be taken serious and i can live that, however even a nonsense story requires actors doing their job. I was asking myself, there are ten thousands of unemployed "actors" in L.A. does nobody of them have the slightest talent to get into a movie like that? It reminded me on a school play I was in, we also took awkwardly long breaks between sentences and stuttered occasionally.
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