#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Fraternity brothers head to Las Vegas for spring break. One of them steals the sword of Thutmose III from a hotel. But they have unleashed an ancient curse, and a sand storm that slowly moves down the strip, destroying famed hotels. Seeing the massive destruction, they find out about the legend of the sword and try to stop the storm. They must find a sacred urn, the largest piece of pure gold, and the Dark Messenger. They race against time to find the items before Vegas is wiped off the map.
Plot: Thieving Spring Breakers steal an ancient relic that unleashes a disastrous curse upon Las Vegas.
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Sand Blast Vegas
A crate from the “Cairo Museum” is car-jacked, but the sword inside the box manages to arrive at a Las Vegas casino, where it is put on display. There, college students gather to smoke, gamble, drink and have sex. The young men and women are very attractive, except for script-described “runt” Frankie Muniz (as Nelson). With less height and hair than his hunky buddies, Mr. Muniz is given almost no chance to get laid. However, Muniz meets his female equivalent – frumpy Maggie Castle (as Olive) – and the two are mutually attracted. She’s not unattractive, but assumes a frumpy posture…
After the jeweled sword is stolen by Muniz’ buddies, it “unleashes power like the world has never seen.” The sword is said to have originated in 1425 BC. It appears to be cursed – but how and why events occur may require a second viewing of “Blast Vegas” (if you dare). The characters have some ideas. Local “lounge lizard” singer Barry Bostwick (as Sal Rowinski) manages to keep up with the younger cast. A secondary romance holds promise for Michael Steger (as Oren) and Jillian Nelson (as Amber). Andrew Lawrence (as T.J.) knows how to trip over cables nicely. Chris Ridenhour’s music is good…
Most interesting is that, in this “special effects” movie, the best sequence does not depend on the effects at all. This scene occurs when Muniz and Ms. Castle are in an underground parking structure. There, they are assaulted by scruffy Steven Schub. Here, director Jack Perez and Mr. Schub inject all the tension and excitement that is missing from the rest of the artificially staged story. The scene is not connected to the movie, but it makes more sense – Schub is a working class man resentful of “rich kids” vacationing in Vegas. His ancestors probably carried stones used to build the Egyptian pyramids.
**** Blast Vegas (7/18/13) Jack Perez ~ Frankie Muniz, Maggie Castle, Barry Bostwick, Steven Schub
OFF TRACK BETTING. THE SAFEST PLACE
This is a made for US TV. The sword of Thutmose III (The Napoleon of Egypt) is taken by some college kids and placed in the ground by a Vegas pool. This sets off a series of attacks on the city, mostly by a sand snake twister. A small group has figured what what it takes to stop the attacks and goes about the task.
The film was designed to be campy, but was no “Sharknado.” Barry Bostwick plays Sal, an overly stereo-typical Vegas has-been piano player. He thanks a single person clapping and plugs his album on sale in the casino lobby. An Elvis impersonator asks Olive (Maggie Castle) if she has seen Elvis 68. “He has left the building.” While this is not knee slapping humor it is typical of what is going on in the film.
With other and better disaster films out there, I can’t see wasting time on this one, now on a multi-pack of 12 films.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 26 min (86 min)
Genre Action, Adventure, Fantasy, Thriller
Director Jack Perez
Writer Tom Teves (teleplay by), Joe D’Ambrosia (teleplay by), Meyer Shwarzstein (story by)
Actors Frankie Muniz, Barry Bostwick, Maggie Castle, Michael Steger
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Stereo
Aspect Ratio 16:9 HD
Camera Red Epic
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A