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Skeleton Man (2004)

A co-ed group of Special Forces agents search the wilderness for a predator type creature that has been on a killing spree.

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Lt. York
Jonathon Klein ...
Power House Supervisor
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Sgt. Terry
Maurice Nehru ...
Fighting Indian
Lisa Oliva Rodriguez ...
Sgt. Smith (as Lisa Oliva)
David E. Ornston ...
Ross
Carlos Rodriguez ...
Warrior Prince
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Captain Leary
Bill M. Ryusaki ...
Ancient Medicine Man (as Bill Ryusaki)
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Nathan
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Lt. Scott
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Child Warrior (as Boo Boo Stewart)
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Indian Princess
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Storyline

The scientist Charles and Marissa receive some objects and a skull from an ancient Indian cemetery, and while cleaning a vase, they are attacked and murdered by a mysterious being, the Skeleton Man. Then, a military squad commanded by Captain Leary seeks out two groups of four soldiers each that vanished in the jungle. They face the Skeleton Man, shooting him while he kills each soldier. Then the Skeleton Man goes to a power plant, and Captain Leary explodes the facility destroying the supernatural being. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Some Myths Are Real.


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Rated R for violence and brief language | See all certifications »
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1 March 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Cotton Mouth Joe  »

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$2,300,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

This film was originally titled "Cotton Mouth Joe". See more »

Goofs

The skeleton man is on a brown horse with a white face, but he also appears on a black horse, and another black horse with a white spot on its forehead. See more »

Quotes

Sooth Sayer: Beans is good.
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Crazy Credits

The final credits have started to roll when suddenly they scroll back and a final shot of Skeleton Man on his horse is inserted. The credits then start over. See more »

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Edited from Sweepers (1998) See more »

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Beyond Crap
5 March 2005 | by (Boston, MA) – See all my reviews

This was so bad, I want God to give me an extra two hours of life having had to sit through it.

First off, the acting was uniformly bad. There was barely a plot, unless "Shaggy dog story with a guy in a rain poncho and skeleton mask instead of a dog" counts.

The editing was was all over the place, and the slow-mo shots of the "gore" (red corn syrup flying through the air--doubtless flung using a spoon) got irritating after the tenth time, and infuriating after the hundredth time.

I like Michael Rooker. He's done some good work. This was not good. This was less than good. And by that, I mean that it sucked. Hard.

For god's sake, don't watch this movie.


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