I don't really understand why people give this one a 1 star rating. It is certainly a low, low budget cheesy movie, but that can be enjoyed if you are expecting it.
The mummy theme park idea is certainly entertaining enough. The main character is a camera man and the actress who plays his assistant is pretty. There are some mummy monsters but they are all just fake and not at all scary.
The camerawork has a 3D feel to it using the sets and the screens to give a pretty interesting look to the whole film. It is certainly a cheap look, but it kind of draws you in. The colorful (very, very fake) sets are amusing - sometimes the walls look like cardboard stages. I really like movies that create their own sets and worlds. This one does it to the extreme though very cheaply.
The fake looking costumes and mummies are so bad that they become fun as well. Overall not a bad way to spend your time if you are looking for something different and creative for eye candy.
On the negative side, there is no suspense or sense overall. All of the acting is over the top and terrible as well, but again that can be part of the charm and entertainment.
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