Tad is a celebrity archeologist and adventurer just like his hero Max Mordon... in his dreams! In reality, Tad is a Chicago construction worker. One day, however, he is mistaken for a real Professor and takes his place on a flight to Peru in search of the Lost City of Paititi. Professor Lavrof and his beautiful daughter Sara are waiting for the famous professor to crack the code. Unfortunately for Tad, Sara is engaged to real-life hero Max Mordon, but Max has secretly betrayed the Professor by teaming up with the evil Kopponen and his shady Odysseus corporation. Time for Tad to step up. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Nancy C (es) wrote: Not too bad. I could have followed the novel a little more than it did.
Jere L (br) wrote: Just the same old hollywood junk
Hugh R (au) wrote: a good sc-fi horror,in the vein of alien...
Juan C (fr) wrote: nicely set in the seventies with an awesome soundtrack, some nice outfits and a good story
Barry N (kr) wrote: A great surfing documentary whether you like surfing or not.
Robert M (nl) wrote: There isn't a single likable character in this movie in this Blade Runner wanna-be flick.
Ian M (ag) wrote: This film made me cry. It's just brilliant and sweet. I love it! And JTT as a bisexual hustler? I'll bloody pay.
Eric H (fr) wrote: This movie sits with Redford's style
Robert H (it) wrote: Possibly my fave Troma film ever... well, at least close to the top. This film is classic Troma through and through. Most mainstream audiences wouldn't go anywhere near this beast of low brow scifi humour but for those out there wishing they lived in Tromaville, Class of Nuke 'Em High is brilliant.No wonder is sparked so many sequels!
Aj V (de) wrote: A strange romance movie, I saw it a very long time ago and I didn't care for it, but maybe I should see it again?
Trevor F (kr) wrote: another movie in which fox had to stick their noses in and ended up just being a ton of reshoots.
Shae S (kr) wrote: Brilliantly put together. For me, the best "horror" films (in quotes because this is not so easily categorized) are the ones that effortlessly suck you into the existential nightmare of a character's crumbling sanity. The authenticity and naturalism of Tim Robbins' performance, the unsettling, eerily beautiful music, the darkly lush imagery, and the masterfully artful editing make Jacob's waking (?) horror and despair painfully real. But a blissful undercurrent of love and warmth breaks through in moments between lovers, friends, and family which washes over and salves the deep wounds the film inflicts.
Haffi H (au) wrote: Great camera work and a good movie over all. The scene where the general leads his troops over the battle field with nothing but a hand gun and a whistle is amazing. The last scene where the german lady sings is nothing but a masterpiece.