Egyptologist Erica Baron finds more than she bargained for during her long-planned trip to The Land of the Pharoahs - murder, theft, betrayal, love, and a mummy's curse!

Egyptologist Erica Baron finds more than she bargained for during her long-planned trip to The Land of the Pharoahs - murder, theft, betrayal, love, and a mummy's curse! . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Danish T (nl) wrote: You are doing great .. dont allow users to have reviews or the lunatic PTA will block you to for Pakistan

Evan K (it) wrote: Better than the first entry, as it focuses more on epic battle scenes rather than time-stuffing talking bits that did nothing to distract from the unnecessarily long running time like the previous one did.

scott g (ag) wrote: crime thriller set against backdrop of u.s/mexican border, gooding jr is a border patrol deep in with a gang to pull of a crime before a fight for his life against them

Hobie P (gb) wrote: Not a film. Doesn't make any sense and its boring.

Cong Han L (au) wrote: Admirable attempt that initially seems lead somewhere dark and philosophical, only to turn into totally mindless, boring weirdness. This is further exacerbated by the entirely trite story, incessant use of close-ups and dialogue that serve only time and again to disrupt any kind of mood. However, the quiet moments in the film are something great - silent isolation conveyed by the blank futuristic set (and Drozd's even blanker stare) and punctuated by the 70's space-age soundscape. Overall, as a fan of The Flaming Lips I recommend just getting the awesome soundtrack.. I would argue one can take more out of the film reading the wiki while blasting the soundtrack on a good set of cans.

SpyGuy G (de) wrote: I really like Rocky 4 but I think that Drago could of been better

Walter M (br) wrote: In "Back Door to Hell," Craig(Jimmie Rodgers), Burnett(Jack Nicholson) and Jersey(John Hackett) are on a secret mission to Japanese occupied Philippines during World War II. They are assigned to scout out a possible invasion zone and to meet up with Miguel. Except they meet up with Paco(Conrad Maga) instead who tells them Miguel is dead and by his hand. Oh and the Japanese know the Americans are there and have taken the village's children hostage. With some uneven acting, "Back Door to Hell" might also be a little rough around the edges at times due to its very low budget. But it's still suspenseful in spots with a neat use of locations. Much more importantly is that it allows for a Filipino point of view, implying 50 years of difficult relations between the United States and the Philippines.(In point of fact, Paco is by far the most interesting character here.) In general, we get some early and valuable insight into guerilla warfare, along with a required reading list for guerilla leaders.

Barry H (us) wrote: Average film which I didn't like to much maybe worth a watch once.

Greg R (ag) wrote: My one problem with the film is I think Charlie Brown and Snoopy get a little too much screen time. I know that these are the main main characters but a film called The Peanuts Movie I wanted to see more of these other classic characters. Aside from that, this is an adorable, charming, nostalgic, and very well-done film. If you love the Peanuts, this is THE film to check out.

Ryan C (de) wrote: It's a GREAT MOVIE. The best Jean Claude Van Damme movie as well. I love this one it has every perfect aspect a good action movie needs. Awesome fighting, pretty good story and excellent soundtrack. It's a fun weekend movie to watch with your friends or even by yourself it's just that awesome.