Review: Sahara

As with most movies situated in the desert in the past few years (Flight of the Phoenix, The Mummy Returns), they’re becoming harder and harder to swallow.
This Indiana Jones clone too, where the name is a good start to break down this movie. Dirk Pitt. Come on. The tagline follows as, Adventure has a new name. Not true, just a ridiculous one.
The movie is as exciting as the red line on the map sequence from the Indiana Jones movies, and everything fails from the beginning. Uninteresting script, uninteresting characters, uninteresting missions. There’s no chemistry going on, and boredom sets in pretty quickly, followed up by countless scenes you’ll say “yeah, right” to.
Counting all the grains of sand in the Sahara seems to be a better time killer than watching the whole movie.3.

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