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The costumes and locations are beyond exceptional. Add a fantastic cast headed by the ever-restrained Burt Lancaster and you've got a spectacular film.
This film is so bad, it's fun -- not unlike the original Charlie's Angels.
Otto Bathurst's "Robin Hood" is proof there's no story Hollywood can't ruin with a big enough budget.
Yuck. Why did I watch this?
The ineptly named "Amerigeddon" is a riot of alt-right paranoia, complete with one-world government, UN conspiracies, FEMA detention camps, white militia heroes, government house-to-house round-ups of guns, clueless liberal politicians, "crisis actors" -- and even Texas secession. Despite its poor acting and utter lack of artistic merit, it does enjoy some technical competence, making the film hilariously watchable.