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Lightning Bolt

To enjoy Lightning Bolt, it's best to pretend you're ten years old and like to spend hours in your room awash in sci-fi, spy and horror movie magazines. It's an extremely immature and pulpy bit of cinefantastique, but not without its charms. You won't see anything like it today.

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To enjoy Lightning Bolt, it's best to pretend you're ten years old and like to spend hours in your room awash in sci-fi, spy and horror movie magazines. It's an extremely immature and pulpy bit of cinefantastique, but not without its charms. You won't see anything like it today.
Lightning Bolt features smart-ass hard-boiled narration by Eisley and many moments of unintentionally laughable dialog, the kind that would make Ed Wood proud. Nonsensical situations and actions abound in this movie and the special effects are as to be expected; not very special, like the old yarn-for-the-laser-beam trick made famous in Italy.

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AKA:Operazione Goldman
Director:Antonio Margheriti
Year:1966
Language:English
Format:16:9
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:9.0

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