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Steer clear of this film, it was just a bad idea all away around. Sam Bottoms performance is laughable, he chews up dialogue more than the Cookie Monster. The story (or lack of) deteriorates into a fantasy film in which several characters go back to prehistoric time. Then its time to add some Playboy Playmates (the terrible "actress" Sherrie Rose for example) for mere eye candy. Just a dud overall.
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