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While yes Hercules In New York was a bad movie it still made me laugh in some scenes and was kinda entertaining in some parts. But everything else just stinks and is very bad.
Who could have ever guessed that the seemingly talentless meathead playing a Greek demigod would go on to become a true deity in the pantheon of Hollywood.
Ah-nold's motion picture debut is little more than a Saturday morning cartoon, but even you watched those at one time. Set the cheese shields for maximum. It's a cute film, like watching a puppy fight your finger.
A cinematic masterpiece it's a hilarious story of the demigod Hercules wanting to go to New York. I watched this movie a second time it was so good. This movie is great for families and the child will love it and even the parents will think it's amazing.
This movie is so stupid and watching it with the Arnold dub voice over makes the movie even worse.
Not that great, honestly. While Arnold is a good actor, his talent is not well displayed here. Just kind of stupid.
Just a dumb low budget movie where no one even tried.
Dubbed Arnold, surely a cult classic
Started watching all of Schwarzenggers movies in order, had to start with this one. It's pretty bad, but it's funny bad. It's so cheaply made and poorly acted you can't help but laugh at it in parts. That wrestling scene was magnificent.
I'm not sure if it was supposed to have effort but didn't, or if it was an attempt to show Arnold more of America than California. Either way, it was unintentionally hilarious.