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One of my favorite 90's game shows from Nickelodeon
I am happy they brought back this game show. I was a little bit skeptical at first because, you know, how do you take a game show & make it into a movie??? I used to watch it as a kid when it was on air & wish I was able to compete on it. It always looked so cool. I'm glad that they used the original host as the guide as well as the team animals: green monkey, red jaguar, orange iguana, purple parrot, blue barracudas & silver snakes inside the temple & of course Olmec. It also included a lot of the original temple games & rooms from the game show like the Pit of Despair, the Treasure Room, the Quicksand Bog & the Shrine of the Silver Monkey, which is mind-boggling that it took them all night to assemble 3 pieces which, to me, is simple logic but then again the kids on the game show did have a hard time assembling it too. I also enjoyed the back story of Olmec & the temple, as well as the effects. The set design & scenery was beautiful. The writers did a good job on taking everything in the TV game show & expanding on it to make it into a 65 min movie. An oldie but definitely a goodie. I recommend this to all the fans of the game show & bring back the nostalgia of the early 90's.
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