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The Adventures Of Young Van Helsing - Quest For The Lost Scepter (2004)

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1/10: Worst Movie Ever!! This is...
Friday, June 22, 2007

Worst Movie Ever!! This is the worst movie ever!!!! My friend showed it to me because we knew one of the actors. Freddy Sabaugh? He played the little Indian boy? We were in a play with him like 3 years ago and when i saw this movie i died!! He is super white and he is playing an Indian boy! and that special effects are awful! there is one part where they are driving down the road really fast to get away from the evil guy, and so they just put a little fast-forward thingy on the tape so that it looks like the car is moving fast, but you can totally tell that they just made the whole shot faster cuz the trees are swaying really at fast-forward speed in the background! You really need to by this movie because it is so bad!!! trust me! you will be laughing so hard! Especially because the whole thing...

10/10: Action/Adventure Horror film for...
Tuesday, April 27, 2004

Action/Adventure Horror film for kids! Just got finished watching this film with my 9 year old son. My son loved it and actually was quite scared at times. He was laughing along with me, (though I was laughing for different reasons) He was laughing because of the cheesy lines and I was laughing because I couldnt believe he actually liked the movie. The acting was hit or miss. The professor was terribly over acting the entire time, along with some other small characters. The main kid was very good, and came off very natural. The monster played his role good, even though he didnt speak a word of english the entire time. The kid who lost the scepter was good as the comic relief he played the not so smart side kick. The music in the backround was very repetitive and got quite annoying at times, the writing was very cheasy, and there were many gaps in between dialogue...

4/10: Take it for what it...
Saturday, May 22, 2004

Take it for what it is! I notice that this movie has received a few pans. Lets give Keith Jordan a break. Looks like he is paying his dues in the industry. If you remember Arnold in Conan the Barbarian (can we say "wooden"?), he wasn't exactly the brightest bulb in the movie industry. He has certainly improved! Keith should at least rate a C (even if it is just for cute), and guess we have to give the professor an E for effort (call me an optimist). The idea is good, and though this movie reminds me of a college film project, perhaps they deserve a chance to improve. One does learn from doing. I really liked the music that was at the rolling of the end credits. The xylophone was reminiscent of bones, which I am sure was the intent. I bought this with my granddaughter in mind, as I think it is aimed at a young...

1/10: awful I watched this movie...
Monday, January 7, 2008

awful I watched this movie with my friends because they wanted to show me one of the worst movies of all time. They were exactly right! Not only does this movie have awful acting, the special effects (like for explosions they used firecrackers!) and music was terrible. It's hard to believe that this low quality of a movie was put into works. I will give this movie an A for effort. I think I know how they casted this movie. First, they went to a random high school. Then, they got onto the loudspeaker and asked if the entire school wanted to be in a movie. Then, they shot this movie like a low-budget porno. People who read this, understand that I love all types of movies, but this one did not wow me, it didn't keep me entertained, and all I could do was laugh at how awful this movie was. A 1 out of 10...

4/10: A Valiant Effort Clearly filmed...
Wednesday, September 21, 2005

A Valiant Effort Clearly filmed on a broken shoestring. I had the impression it was some film school's class project, and the effects reminded me of low-budget pre-STAR WARS science fiction. But it's not a bad premise and it had its moments. Certainly more could have been done with the old professor and his graduate student. Joss Whedon could have made a very respectable film out of this by tweaking the script a bit and tightening up the direction, but a week or two of his time would probably have exceed the entire budget. Still, it makes you itch to see what the same people could have done with better direction and a slightly tweaked script, or what the director could have done with more time and practice. It's not one of my regulars, but I don't regret the (cheap) purchase price.

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