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April 11, 2008

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L.A. Observer

I loved this movie when it came out and, not having much inside info on the film biz at the time, always wondered why it never got a wide release. I remember thinking it was a cerebral version of Indiana Jones, with wild humor and fantasy elements. One of the latter, was my onscreen introduction to Uma Thurman, who as I recall (and how could I not?), had a topless scene. Talk about startling visuals!

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