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Army of Darkness 1992

My least favorite of the trilogy but yet very good!
Very silly and nonsense but it's absolutely pure fun! The Evil Dead trigoly is one of the best trilogies that I've seen. All three are the perfect horror-comedy films.

Bruce Campbell is the man!

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Always been my lease favorite of the series by far, but it's still so damn fun! So many great one-liners. Such a goofy good time!

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There is absolutely no continuity in these movies. It's rather amazing, actually.

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2017-10-23T01:59:27Z— updated 2017-10-25T11:35:44Z

This one is definitely the craziest of the three.

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It's just a bit of fun. Rated way too high though.

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So weird this movie is set in medieval times. I've been looking at this poster for years and years, heard people reference it, and it's set in medieval times. Who would have thought at the end of the first movie this is where it would end up. Either way, it was a fun movie, had that Evil Dead touch, and the ending is hilarious. Wasn't until then that I realized S-Mart spells Smart. haha. Now I want to watch the show.

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Diablo; instead of the Dark Wanderer, we got Ash and his axe.

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Well, it's the only part of the trilogy that looks like a film. Two previous are terrible, when I was watching them I had a strong feeling that it had been made by some crasy school boys and recorded on the phone. There is no plot and you can easily fit all the story in 15 minutes video. However, Army of Darkness features better story, though it's still utterly ridiculous but very funny.
'Groovy!'

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A perfect end to a very funny series. All this people thinking they were getting anything but perfect b grade cult movie are idiots. This movie spawned some of the greatest lines in Duke Nukem 3D, and is a perfect way to end the trilogy :D

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What I do not get is how this movie get's 88% while it is not even up to par with a C classed movie. I know the movie is from 1992 but the special effects date back from the time of "Jason and the Argonauts". And the story is pretty weak at some points. It's like the writer thought ẅhat shall we do with this bad guy? Wait, let's just let him die for no apparent reason." But then again, what can you expect from "Xena: Warrior Princess" actors?

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Meh.....

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