Josh Kirby... Time Warrior: Chapter 4, Eggs from 70 Million B.C. Reviews
Okay, so if you were watching closely in all of the rest of the films to Azabeth's recitals of the Codes of Kang, it is here that you will see one of the codes repeat itself with a completely different definition. Where the 17 Code of Kang was "Whosoever taketh another woman's man, must keep close watch on her own" in the first movie, it is now "If you are going to strike, strike, don't talk." The eleventh code repeats itself in a similar manner. It just goes to show you that the makers of the movie weren't paying enough attention to detail during the making of these flims.
The acting in this movie, is sadly just as bad as it always is. This time it seems to work better because we realize that everyone from Azabeth's homeworld is a bad actor, not just Burns herself. But, one of the most annoying things about this movie is how they just pretty much downplay Prism as much as possible. It is like they completely ran out of budget and couldn't afford to work the Prism puppet. So, through much of the movie you will see Prism stuffed in Josh's backpack, so the filmmakers wouldn't have to pay the puppeteers as much.
We see more of Josh's time warrior powers in affect in this movie, and we find out that Josh's abilities allow him to age objects, though it isn't done very well in the movie, mostly due to budget constraints I am sure.
Just an all around bad movie that has charm and a whole lot of good badness. If you have watched the first three movies, don't stop now.