Tarzan and the Lost City
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Carl Schenkel directed this Tarzan film "based on the stories by Edgar Rice Burroughs." In England of 1913, Tarzan (Casper Van Dien) is due to marry Jane (Jane March), but he suddenly chooses to return to the jungle to prevent villainous explorer Nigel Ravens (Steve Waddington) from burning and killing in his quest for the lost city of Opar. Jane's pursuit of the vine-swinging Lord of the Apes forces her to confront snakes and other jungle perils. The film's inane dialogue is heard amid magnificent South African locations. ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi
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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 6%

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"This silly adventure with Casper Van Dien as the latest Lord of the Apes comes across more like a sequel to George of the Jungle, but without the laughs."
‑ Daniel M. Kimmel, Variety
"Not only it is poorly written, badly acted, and generally incompetent in all cinematic areas, it is thoroughly uninspired"
‑ James Kendrick, Q Network Film Desk
"Occasionally getting drawn into movies like this is the downside of having HBO when you're stuck at home with nothing to do. Do whatever you have to--mow the lawn, clean the garage, re-grout the bathroom tiles--but stay away."
‑ Carlo Cavagna, AboutFilm.com
"Any expression beyond a sullen pout seems to take an extraordinary amount of concentration and physical exertion on Van Dien's part; his infrequent attempts at smiles are the stuff nightmares are made of."
‑ James Sanford, Kalamazoo Gazette
"No, no, no -- Casper Van Dien is NOT Tarzan!"
‑ Luke Y. Thompson, New Times
"If this is truly 'A new Tarzan for a new generation,' then everyone falling into the Generation X category should be incredibly offended. I know I am."
‑ Michael Dequina, TheMovieReport.com
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