Day of the Mummy (2014) is a English movie. Johnny Tabor has directed this movie. Danny Glover,William McNamara,Philip Marlatt,Anthony Fanelli are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. Day of the Mummy (2014) is considered one of the best Horror movie in India and around the world.
In hope of getting his hands on the famed diamond known as the Codix Stone, Jack Wells joins a group of archaeologists out to explore a newly discovered tomb in Egypt, that of the cursed king Neferu. When the Mummy of the king returns from the dead seeking human victims, Jack is in for the most horrifying experience of his life.
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You can see the miscasting in the opening scene, one half of a scene to setup a entire movie of cheap handy cam, point of view movie making, it was atrocious. The Mummy shows up very late in the movie, and we are never released from handy cam hell(if your on that tight of a budget, skip making a movie) or at least learn to make a movie that does not look like you made it for a boob tube channel.I kept hoping for the camera battery to go dead, unfortunately for me it held a charge to finish the 1 hour and 20 minutes of this wreck. For what he did in the movie, Glover was OK, it is just a shame to see him take work like this. Dreadful,Cheap,Cheesy. Save your money for a DVD of something watchable.
One of the biggest loads of crap I've ever seen. 1 hour 15 minutes of my life I will never get back. No signs of any mummies till 57 minutes into the film and even then only saw the mummy for about 15 minutes. The acting was awful the story line was very weak. Pathetic ending. There was no excitement in the film whatsoever. Another home video style movie which made it worse. Even Syfy channel movies are better than this one. I've seen more action in a care bears movie. I am surprised Danny Glover was in it. Do I need to continue to say any more about this load of rubbish. Save your money. Leave it on the shelf. It's not worth watching whatsoever.
"You get me the stone and we wipe the slate clean." Archaeologist Jack Wells (McNamara) is in trouble and when he is given a chance to clear his debts by millionaire Carl (Glover) he takes it. He joins a group in Egypt on the quest to find the lost Codix Stone. What they find is something that no one could have imagined. Just in case you were wondering this has nothing to do with the Mummy series. Other than that this is pretty much just not good. I was actually looking forward to seeing the way this was filmed. It is filmed in a type of video game style. Jack puts on a pair of glasses with a camera in it and you see Carl in a corner telling him what do to. That idea sounded neat, it was done OK but even that gimmick couldn't save this movie. I don't really like saying too many bad things about a movie because I have never made one, but if someday I get that chance I'm pretty sure it would be better than this. Overall, a neat filming idea and a awful, awful movie. I give it a D.
It's rare that I can't sit through a movie but I just could not bring myself to finish watching Day of the Mummy. The main problem, though not by any means the only one, is William McNamara who plays the main character. I can't recall seeing anything else he has done, though I probably have, so I am unsure if he is always this bad but in this film at least, he is absolutely terrible. I mean high-school play bad. Answering machine message bad. Amateur acting of the worst kind. This might have been excused if he had looked the part of a kick-ass adventurer, but he doesn't. The dude is neither handsome (I consulted an expert on this one, i.e. my wife) nor the least bit fit. A striking and muscular tough guy might get away with shoddy acting when he is portraying a bad-ass hero but an average bloke who can't act... are you kidding me? I could go on about the shoddy craftsmanship in almost every aspect of this film but I really can't be bothered. The poor acting alone is reason enough to back out of this one. The fact is that I wanted to like this movie. I had low expectations, I love mummy-flicks and I think that the POV thing was an interesting take on this kind of movie. Unfortunately this film is just bad. Not in a good way, not in a fun way and not in a way you can overlook. It's just plain bad. The film gets 2 instead of 1 out of 10 because it attempted a somewhat creative take on a classic sub-genre. But it only barely deserves it.
What a load of Rubbish. 1 hour and 20 minutes of my life I will never get back. Although as I had it on fast forward much of the time due to no dialog taking place perhaps only an hour lost. Shocking acting and lousy story line. I should have known as Danny Glover was listed. A cameo role. Seems like all these "has been" actors are nowadays giving up 15 minutes of their time to appear briefly in a "B" or "C" grade movie so they can get a cut. Don't bother with this at all.