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See more » At first I thought the movie wasn't going to be any good. It is a third sequel with none of the same people in it. The mix of urban street and high class attitudes was excellent.
I thought the movie also showed both sides to the racial prejudice that we in the United States still face.
Carlos Evaristo, world renown relic expert and one of the conference speakers.