The Scorpion King: The Lost Throne (2015)
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I went into The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power with only the 1999 Mummy film under my belt and nothing else from that cinematic universe, but it doesn't seem to matter. The fantasy adventure is a complete story and thankfully, one that doesn't take itself seriously. Thankfully because, for the most part, it's very "televisiony", with flat lighting, bloodless fighting, and casting based on who can throw a punch more than can act (every "name" actor has about 3 minutes of screen time, but watch for Lou Ferigno, Michael Beihn, Rutger Hauer and M. Emmet Walsh). Think of it as a light Xena episode, and you've got the tone. Victor Webster does the comedy easily in the title role, and he's as much an archeologist adventurer as he is a swordsman, which surprisingly fits the franchise better than expected. It's unambitiously-produced fluff, but still casually entertaining.
This movie sucked worse movie I have ever watched
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