A retired explorer is convinced to take up one last expedition with an old friend, to chart the never-before-explored Fuerte Valley. But when the expedition leaders turn against them and ... See full summary »

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Carl Anderson ...
Dr. Arthur Penrose
William Griffith ...
Stanley Baldwin
Matt Bloomfield ...
Private Damien
Ben Williams ...
Hulio Cortez
Samantha Bradley ...
Karen Penrose
Richard Todd ...
Mr. Horner
Jake Mickleson ...
D.T. Rush
Zachary Hall ...
Fernando
Mercia Cloete ...
Sgt. Salvadoro
Emma Kelly ...
Professor Jessie Carlton
Garrick Edge ...
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A retired explorer is convinced to take up one last expedition with an old friend, to chart the never-before-explored Fuerte Valley. But when the expedition leaders turn against them and kidnap their friends to take a treasure, they must race against time to stop them. Written by Anonymous

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valley | treasure | scenic | See All (3) »

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Will their first adventure in twenty years be their last?

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Adventure | Comedy

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15 February 2012 (New Zealand)  »

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NZD 350 (estimated)
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In a scene where Stanley, Arthur and Damien jump over a log, Arthur (Carl Anderson) can be distinctly seen accidentally kicking Damien (Matt Bloomfield) in the head. See more »

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Private Damien: Hulio Cortez, he is a crook! A villain! A terrorist! And, an utter WANKER!
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Very good, very strong, very nice
30 October 2012 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

After seeing Journey to Fuerte Valley, I was inspired by its Lord of the Rings-style scenery and its Indiana Jones-style hats. It is a small-budget film full if un-professionalism, poor acting and muffled audio, and yet somehow that's not a bad thing. Dollar for dollar, it's pretty high-end really.

A great comedy filled with many laughs, chuckles, giggles and/or chortles (especially the bloopers at the end), I was highly amused and found myself giving the film my own Seal of Approval.

Well worth watching again and again and again, over the course of many generations of man.


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