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This is one of the seven films, that if played in the proper sequence, will end the world...oops I've said to much.
This movie is awful in all respects. Mostly, it's a prime example of why you don't film in video. The first thing I had to do was turn the color way down as everything is saturated in red. There are near white out conditions on everyone's face. Video is something you film a wildlife documentary on, not a full length action film.
The only real actor (Lance Hendrickson) has so little screen time because they can't afford to pay him. Most of their location shots or a static or panoramic view then a cut to a mundane indoor location with all the shades closed. Even when they are on the train, the blind is down the whole time. It would have been nice to get some scenery to tie them to a location while they travel.
The whole thing just smacks of cheap. Even the gun flashes are faked. Watch while the linguist shoots the AK from inside the car, it does not eject spent shells. She just giggles the gun.
If you want a cheap movie that puts a smile on your face every time, and was shot on film, I recommend Manos Hands of Fate.
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