The first live action Steampunk film of it's kind, Gentlemen Explorers is set in 1893. Marcus O'Riley (Riley) and his partner The Magician are freelance explorers who specialize in the ...
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The first live action Steampunk film of it's kind, Gentlemen Explorers is set in 1893. Marcus O'Riley (Riley) and his partner The Magician are freelance explorers who specialize in the retrieval of folklore objects and are forced by a secret government agency to retrieve a powerful object from one of the Grimm's Brother's fairy tales, the Infinity Pistol. In order to find the Pistol the two explorers must partner with a gorgeous Mexican artifact agent in order to find it before the warmongering Prussian's do.Written by
A fairly good paced story. Plot was easy to follow. The writing was good enough. The actors did a good job with what was written. The locations were interesting, liked the way the Durango and Silverton Railroad was used. The drunk magician was over the top in performance, less would have been more. The Count was atypical heavy still filled his purpose in the story. The Mexican spy filled the typical damsel in distress. The bureau and it's chief were a little over played but good enough to make a good impression. The special effects for the infinity gun and its use in the show down seemed a little cheesy. The wardrobe fit the time in which the story takes place. The soundtrack was pretty good.
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