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      Nazis at the Center of the Earth

      R 2012 1h 31m Action Sci-Fi Horror List
      Reviews 17% Audience Score 250+ Ratings Antarctic researchers are taken captive by decaying, underground Nazis who are planning a new Third Reich. Read More Read Less

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      Anonymous I The only valid complaints I noticed by other reviewers are that: - the robot isn't realistic enough in its design - the title of the movie cheapens the moral of the movie's story, which is that the Axis' Nazi scientists and medical staff didn't change their ideologies when being accepted into the Allied's countries' influential institutions but instead became deceptive in pretending remorse and applied fake ideological changes to their mindsets, while then, like rotten apples on the inside that look healthy on the outside, corrupting and poisoning over time their peers in the medical and science fields, and with their help, doing the same to future generations attending our schools, resulting in what we now call wokism. Wokism is a byproduct of Nazism. Nazism is not the promotion of each country being sovereign, but instead for mutilating innocent people for their purposes of research, to in their twisted minds, improving the human race. They are for abortions, euthanasia, fake environmentalism, fake fighting of pollution in the disguise of fighting what they call a global iceage/warming/climatechange. These are all precursors to eventually gassing people to death etc, like in the Holocaust, which this movie so excellently indirectly points out, both with having a certain doctor in it mention his motives, and therefore his unethical methods (which Nazis, as this movie later also points out, are against since they say that ethics restrict the liberation of all that can scientifically occur) of making his previous underlings get sick from viruses he created in order to make vaccines for the virus he created. (that's not a spoiler alert due to it not happening in the movie but rather it being mentioned in the movie, which would show in a prequel, if one were made) The acting was excellent. The camera work was excellent. The scenery was excellent. The script was excellent. Because the movie does such an excellent job in everything, especially the exposing of current corruption in the mindsets, and actions, of our current medical and science fields, I'd give it a 7 out of 5 if that were possible, and remove 1 point for the lousy special effects work on the robot, for a total overall result of 5/5, since 6/5 is also not possible. Too bad, even after the COVID nonsense, society still doesn't realize these truths about how corrupt our institutions have become. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 05/29/23 Full Review William T Really a low budget sleezy movie. However, should you want a laugh and giggle at serious parts and are as high as a kite, it could be entertaining. Otherwise I'm trying to find another redeemable description but having a real difficulty locating it. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 12/12/22 Full Review Audience Member Researchers in Antarctica are abducted and taken underground by a team of decaying zombie like Nazi survivors lead by Dr. Mengele who is planning the revival of the Third Reich and the resurrection of "you know who"... Lots of blood, surprises and laughs! Rated 3 out of 5 stars 01/21/23 Full Review Audience Member This movie is really bad but it can be entertaining because you never know what will happen next. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 01/29/23 Full Review Audience Member It was one of those it's so bad it worth having on while you're doing something else, like the 50's movie about the giant vulture from outer space. If this wasn't originally produced for the Syfy channel movie it shows remarkable resemblance. Rated 1.5 out of 5 stars 02/07/23 Full Review Audience Member When one allows it for its being poorly written, badly acted, and rife with silly CGI…it's still goddamn awful, and not even fun. Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/31/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Synopsis Antarctic researchers are taken captive by decaying, underground Nazis who are planning a new Third Reich.
      Director
      Joseph J. Lawson
      Screenwriter
      Paul Bales
      Production Co
      The Asylum
      Rating
      R (Some Nudity|Brief Language|Bloody Violence/Gore)
      Genre
      Action, Sci-Fi, Horror
      Original Language
      English
      Release Date (Streaming)
      May 7, 2015
      Runtime
      1h 31m
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