A daring adventurer searches Peruvian jungles for ancient treasure. Before Indiana Jones there was Harry Steele (Charlton Heston), an idealistic archaeologist determined to return an ancient Incan mask to the society from which it came. A greedy con-artist (Robert Young) has other ideas, though, and the two men race to fund an expedition to find the treasure, which has reportedly been buried by Spanish conquistadores somewhere in Machu Picchu. The con-artist (Young) seduces a beautiful tourist in order to reach his goal, leaving Steele (Heston) to locate the site through more honorable means. Twenty-seven years before directors George Lucas and Steven Spielburg collaborated to create Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jerry Hopper directed Secret of the Incas.
Chucky (it) wrote: October 25th -26th 2016March 28th 2017
Hunter B (es) wrote: Mind blowing in every way. It's fun and makes you think at the same time. A truly great family movie.
Joshua L (ru) wrote: Suit is fuckin jokes!
Yagneswar V (au) wrote: I heard alot about this movie from my dad and he wanted me to see it.
Ben P (kr) wrote: The acting is admittedly poor. But the film it's self I really enjoyed. It's a bit similar to Battle Royale in some ways. A crime boss collects a group of children gifted with fighting skills. She takes them to a remote island where she trains them into elite killers. When the time is right she sets them on each other, needing only the best of the best. The cop in charge of tracking the crime boss down falls in love with one of the assassins.
Benjy B (fr) wrote: Fantastic performance from Robin Williams - a glimpse of his darker side.