Treasure of the Four Crowns

1983

Treasure of the Four Crowns (1983)

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The second 3-D collaboration between Tony Anthony, Gene Quintano, and director Ferdinando Baldi, this follow-up to Comin' at Ya! was neither as successful nor as entertaining. The plot, borrowed from Raiders of the Lost Ark, has Anthony and his friends trying to retrieve a legendary treasure from a sinister cult. 3-D effects include a flying decapitated head, balls of flame, and skeletons, which made the movie a lot of fun in theaters, but the flat version available on video only serves to highlight the derivative plot and uninspired performances.

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Unfortunately, Treasure of the Four Crowns is so much in love with its dandy new process that it spends too much time using it and too little time getting on with its story.

Jun 18, 2018 | Rating: 2.5/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Treasure of the Four Crowns

A cheezy and cheap Mexican adventure film which was shot in 3-D, and was inspired by the trap-filled tombs of "Raiders of the Lost Ark". Great if you can see it in 3-D; otherwise it's laughable.

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