The opening scene was awful, and it was somehow made worse by the shower scene. Thinking things couldn't go more downhill, everything in slow motion was terrible. And how did she get to Cambodia so quickly? I thought they said the triangle pieces were taken to opposite ends of the earth. Chincha Alta, Peru is opposite Siem Reap, Cambodia.
I think this movie had potential if they had used it - fighting religious statues could offer so much more, but obviously the statues obviously weren't ready for machine guns. Plus, I love secret society movies, any mention of the Illuminati, and I am in!
Whoever directed this really screwed the pooch. At least it wasn’t long and we got to see Jorah Mormount and Daniel Craig before they were known.
If we’re looking for a discussion question, (outside of ripping this movie apart because it’s not even so cheesy it’s good territory) are there any movies where you have a personal connection and that somehow influences your opinion? This movie and Hoosiers jump to the forefront of my mind. What do non-basketball people from outside of Indiana think of Hoosiers?
Grade, I don't know, D+