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Desc:The 2hr 40min masterpiece. Jump around for maximum WTF and to save your soul.
Category:Classic Movies, Crime
Tags:acting, Max Magician and the Legend of the Rings, Lord Dagda, Low rent LOTR
Submitted:garcet71283
Date:01/31/18
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Comment count is 8
Gmork - 2018-01-31
For a split second the title looked like it read "Magic Mexican".

Good night, folks.
Marlon Brawndo - 2018-01-31
You know a movie is good when it's shot at the local park.

Especially a movie shot at the local park that is ripping off the Neverending Story.
boner - 2018-01-31
It's like 80 minutes long but the YouTube upload repeats the movie twice or something - so you can enjoy it even more!
garcet71283 - 2018-01-31
You're right, but its cut in at a weird place and I swear it looks different each time I try to compare scenes. Let's pretend it's an hour of cut footage and this is the definitive director's cut.

cognitivedissonance - 2018-01-31
Just a bizarre experience. This movie is so earnest and sincere it's impossible to hate it, but it's so incompetently made and jarring to watch that it's just headache after headache.

The giggling mouse is maybe the most annoying character in MNR history.
John Holmes Motherfucker - 2018-02-01
Absolutely not. The villain with the ram's horns and the apparent sinus trouble all the way.

memedumpster - 2018-01-31
Reaaaaaah, aaarrrrrrr. Reeeh.
BHWW - 2018-01-31
This is barely above some of the short films I've seen on public access channels in terms of production values. Like, there was this one short movie I saw, must have been 40 minutes long, it was something like an attempt at a crime drama by someone with only the faintest familiarity with the tropes - it was all about a gang out to steal some money from some other criminals and the detective who was trying to catch them and the soundtrack used a lot of the music from the original Star Trek series no doubt without permission but dutifully credited the music to Fred Steiner.
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