H. Rider Haggard's classic adventure novel King Solomon's Mines gets retold for a new generation of cliff-hanger fans in this film that finds titular hero Allan Quartermain setting out in search of the most valuable treasure known to man. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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It's awful! This movie sets a new standard in ineptness, and possibly introduces a new genre, the "unwatchable" movie. From the first weird sequence where you think you've pushed the Special Features button instead of the Play Movie button, it's the only movie I ever remember wondering if it had started. I started it three times thinking I had clicked the wrong button on the remote. It was a double disappointment because the rather attractive DVD cover leads one to believe it may be similar to the Indiana Jones movies, which it is not. It's simply a publicity gimmick. I can hardly wait to see Leonard Maltin get hold of this one.
The acting is so bad you can almost know what is going to happen and and when they just stand there and smile to show excitment and the over acting and the waiting for some one to remember to say there lines. And the CGI of something flying I think it really pushed the buget even you could not know what it was flying I guess it was to be locast. And I guess the buget was not looking in any night shots, and the shots in the cave I mean at leat hid the lights in the shots. If they say the move is free I still think it's to much to pay or lose any of your time to see it.