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Prisoners Of The Sun has Professor John Rhys-Davies astronomer organizing an
expedition to Egypt to view from the pyramids or one specific pyramid a celestial
event that only takes place every 5000 years or so. A perfect alignment of some
stars. Since they're going in the tomb itself or will attempt same he's needing
an archaeologist. The one he has in mind is Joss Ackland.
But Ackland suffers a heart attack and he sends his young assistant David
Charvet in his place. Reluctantly the rest agree to have him along.
Others in this merry band are Gulshan Grower,, Michael Higgs, Nick Moran, and
Mohamed Akszham and one of them killed for the privilege of going along.
Prisoners Of The Sun borrows from several other sources including Indiana
Jones and all the mummy films you can name going back to Boris Karloff. Any
cliche you can think of is there.
John Rhys-Davies must have been in competition for an award in overacting
because he trundles and bellows his way through most of the scenes. He
makes this whatever else it is, not dull.
Still it's one lame movie for Mummies.
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