The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box (2014)
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as Charles Mundi
as Otto Luger
as Will Charity/Bizmillah
as Catherine Mundi
as Skinny Man
as Policeman 2
as Isamard Black
as Pie Maker
as Mayfair Porter
as Sacha's Father
as Girl in Mine
as Prince Regent Hotel Concierge
as Mr. Rachit
as Man in Audience
as Prince Regent Carriage Driver
as Mariah Mundi
as Museum Aide
as Felix Mundi
as Glocky Boy
as Wicket Keeper
as Team Member
as Street Boy
as Older Man
as Kings Cross Porter
as Egyptian Worker
as Newspaper Seller
as Admiral Thompson
as Porter at Ferry
as Opera Singer
Critic Reviews for The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box
There simply isn't a whole lot of excitement being generated in this lackluster family adventure, though it tries oh so very hard.
The quest for the Midas Box never seems like more than a poor man's plot-engine substitute for Tolkien's One Ring.
As a Part One it effectively disseminates exposition with enough adventure to keep our attention on these characters coming into their own.
Michael Sheen, Lena Heady and Sam Neill are among the big names expecting a franchise, but they'll be lucky to get a mid-morning TV slot, let alone a sequel.
Audience Reviews for The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box
There's a lot to like about this action adventure despite all negative reviews. It's fun, it's exciting, and it's greatly enjoyable. The Midas Box is a wonderful family movie.
The Midas Box will turn anything put in it to gold. A younger brother is kidnapped for a powerful amulet or key to the box. Then it didn't end.
'The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box' (2014) fails to absorb enough tension to work on a dramatic level, with lazy writing and cheap visuals. Aneurin Barnard (in role of Mariah Mundi) is probably the only actor who turns in an affirmative performance out of the group of well-known actors like Michael Sheen, Sam Neill, Lena Headey, and Ioan Gruffudd who all just seem to be there. This is not the greatest kids' flick by far, but I think kids are the audience this is most suitable for and may find it the most enjoyable.
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