Mary Poppins Returns
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Visions of 1959...as an 11 year old, this film looked great. But now...only muscular.
The new MST3K Netflix original has been released and I decided to expose myself to some of the old episodes available for streaming on Hulu and Netflix (there is a different random selection on each platform). Whether it is Joel or Mike watching these awful movies with the bots I do not envy the torture they are put through. Their snarky comments add some entertainment value, but my ratings are based on the movie's quality itself and not the extra material broadcast from the satellite of love. The sequel to the 1958 Hercules. These two films were the only times Steve Reeves played the Greek mythic hero. Both made by Italian writer/director Pietro Francisci. This interestingly was shot by Mario Bava. The acting is not great as surely the international cast in this spaghetti picture struggled to communicate. It does contain some impressive sets, some mythic fantasy effects, and the chance for the star and the evil queen to show off their physiques, even if the plot is a bit confusing.
A silly little film starring body builder Steve Reeves in the Hercules Franchise, it was so bad that I actually laughed a few times.
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