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Lost Treasure of the Maya Reviews

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October 25, 2013
Although the beauty of the Cancun area comes across well the script, acting and music should be buried along with the mask that they were trying to find. Nibbles: Burrito.
December 19, 2012
The story has potential, but this is lost through some poor low-budget techniques and average actors.
½ November 9, 2012
Lol well what an amazing film - really suprised some rather recognisable actors actually agreed to be involved. Really great (not) script, state of the art (not) film quality and amazing (not) acting. If you like to experience films that make you cringe then you must watch this film.
September 22, 2010
it was a real skunk the acting was so bad that my dog was gagging. One the intro was to long and two the plot was just plan jane stupid. I give this movie a 10 thumbs down.
August 28, 2010
Acting had a lot to desire. The music was good for the most part except for some random cheesy spots. Filmed on location- beautiful! The story line wasn't terrible, but it also wasn't great. Give it a chance, but watch with a sense of humor. Low expectations will make this a lot more bearable. Side note- the cover has nothing to do with the movie. Don't expect to see any of those scenes in the film.
½ August 9, 2010
You talk about bad acting, I'd rather see the documentary. Just sad. They should have named this movie "Disgrace"
½ January 13, 2010
**1/2 (out of four)

Beautiful scenery of beaches, tropical jungles, and perfect people in very little clothing. This romantic adventure has the elements in place, but not enough originality to set it apart from the rest.

Heather Storm heads to Mexico to search for her missing sister, who was working on a valuable archelogical find. While in Mexico she recruits the help of a handsome, suave investigator (Portasio).

The plot seems like it might have been considered for one of the plots for "Romancing the Stone". It strives hard to be cut from the same cloth. Portasio is a very appealing leading man and Michael Madsen is always a potent bad guy, but he is underused here.
½ January 13, 2010
It sucked goatballs.
½ January 2, 2010
worst adventure film ever made
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