The City of Gold


Action / Adventure / Horror / Thriller

IMDb Rating 3.4 10 56


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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by seldom74-513-9792 1 / 10 / 10

Beyond truly terrible

This movie was shot in just 14 days, and it shows. Stiff acting, no chemistry, no suspense, and no redemption for the film. If you're hoping to see Peru, you're out of luck as it was shot in Hawaii. Looking forward to a bit of history? Try elsewhere, as there's virtually none of it here other than the most general of details. The final credits were the most enjoyable part of this flick.

Reviewed by ASouthernHorrorFan 1 / 10 / 10

My Review Of "City Of Gold"

The story begins with almost experimental indie fervere, and raises an eyebrow of interest from the start. The acting is blended, some moments read smoothly while others come off contrived or over-stated. Still, Locke maintains control enough to create an interesting enough story, and the scenes are rich with melodrama and theatrics. There isn'tmuch originality present but the almost graphic novel style of story telling adds a better quality to "City Of Gold. The special effects are mixed bag choices, cheap CGI and some practical choices create enough thrills to help get the film to action adventure lecels. Budget restrains are obvious and Locke's film pushes the limit with effectiveness. Still all things considered the action and effects scenes work. The real winner is the locations and cinematography. Overall "City Of Gold" is an okay film, just don't go in with blockbuster expectations.

Reviewed by nogodnomasters 1 / 10 / 10

I thought you gave that up after me?

Some Spoilers. The story centers of rich playboy Jonathan Davenport (Robbie Allen) who recently inherited his father's corporation after a suicide and mumblings about a curse. He takes time off and travels with Liz (Riley Dandy) his ex-girlfriend to Peru to find an artist in the Amazonian rainforest. It is part of his bad dreams. Of course, there are drugs and revolutionaries. They eventually make it to the title as the artist leads them to the lost city so he can kill Davenport and bring his people back to life or something. A few things I couldn't help but notice... The title of the film, in the beginning, is "The Lost City of Gold." At the end, it is "Inquisitor: The Curse of El Dorado." I guess they gave away too much of the plot. In one scene Jon is on his knees with his hands behind his head. His necklace is clearly showing. A second later, the necklace is tucked away. Shortly after that, we meet the artist who has a dirty face. He walks outside and the dirt is gone. Now granted we hear it raining, but we don't see it anywhere. It was that kind of poorly shot and put together film. Zero quality. Robbie Allen was horrible in the lead role of a script that should have never been funded. Guide: No F-words. Brief sex. Brief partial nudity.

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