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Movies can make you feel like a kid again, but this latest entry in "The Mummy" franchise is so base that only a pre-pubescent boy with limited intelligence might be interested. Even then, I wonder for how long.
The first time a Scorpion King movie has managed to keep hold of its lead actor, and this time around, Mathayus, the Canadian King of Asiegypt, teams up with Chicken Man, Cosplay Enthusiast and Mute Viking to traipse around 3000BC medieval England, using magic to disprove the existence of magic.
Worried that the cast of Quest for Power doesn't quite live up to the last entry? Fear not, for Lou Ferrigno and Rutger Hauer will show up briefly in the first five minutes and then be added into the closing credits in post-production! Michael Biehn will be unrecognisable in a completely disposable role he holds for all of two scenes! Even the guy who plays the role of Tyrion Lannister makes an appearance! Wait, sorry, I misread that. The guy who plays the role of the guy who plays the role of Tyrion Lannister in that one play that takes place in a different continent for a small part of a couple of episodes in season 6, makes an appearance.
At the end of the day, Scorpion King 4 cannot muster the action of the first entry or the humour of the third, but hey, at least it's not the second one.
Insipid garbage, The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power attempts to reboot the series once again. Seemingly ignoring the last film, this installment follows the Akkadian mercenary Mathayus as he goes on a quest to find the fabled Crown of Alcaman and clear his name of the murder of the King of Norvania. The script is terrible and the characters are clichéd stereotypes. Additionally, the sets look incredibly cheap; as do the costumes. A poorly made film that doesn't put forth any effort, The Scorpion King 4: Quest for Power is horrendously bad.
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