The Lost Empire

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  • Unrated
  • 2001
  • 1 Season
  • 5.5  (1,784)

The Lost Empire is a thrilling adventure movie that takes viewers on a journey across the globe in search of a lost empire. Starring Thomas Gibson and Bai Ling, the movie introduces viewers to a fascinating world of mystery and intrigue. The story begins with a mysterious ancient artifact that was discovered in the ruins of an old temple in China. The artifact consists of three crystal skulls that are believed to hold the key to the location of the lost empire. A group of adventurers from different parts of the world come together in search of the lost empire and the treasure that it holds.

Thomas Gibson plays the role of Nick Orton, an American adventurer who is well-versed in ancient artifacts and archeology. He joins forces with a Chinese scholar named Ling (played by Bai Ling) to unravel the secrets of the artifact and find the lost empire. Together with a team of specialists, they embark on a dangerous journey that takes them from the deserts of Egypt to the mountains of Peru.

As they travel across the globe, they encounter various obstacles and challenges, including treacherous terrain, dangerous wildlife, and rival adventurers who will stop at nothing to claim the treasure for themselves. Along the way, they uncover clues and ancient writings that lead them ever closer to their goal.

The Lost Empire is a visually stunning film that is packed with action and adventure. The landscapes and architecture of the locations they visit are breathtaking, and the special effects used to portray some of the more fantastical elements of the story are top-notch.

The performances by the main cast are strong, particularly Thomas Gibson and Bai Ling, who have great chemistry together. Gibson’s portrayal of Nick Orton is charismatic and charming, and Ling’s intelligent and resourceful character brings a sense of balance to the group.

While the movie is primarily an action-adventure story, there are moments of humor and drama that add depth and complexity to the characters. The relationships between the adventurers evolve throughout the course of the film, and the tension between rival groups creates a sense of excitement and danger.

The Lost Empire is an entertaining and enjoyable movie that will appeal to fans of adventure films. It may not break any new ground in terms of storytelling or character development, but it delivers on its promise of a thrilling and exciting journey across the globe in search of lost treasure.

The Lost Empire is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (3 episodes). The series first aired on March 12, 2001.

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Part 3
3. Part 3
March 11, 2001
The goddess Kwan Ying (Bai Ling, "The Crow") recruits former China-scholar Nick Orton (Thomas Gibson, "Criminal Minds") to help her take back a magical manuscript from evil demons. Based on the timeless 16th-century Chinese classic 'Journey to the West,' "The Lost Empire" is an epic Emmy
The Complete Miniseries, Pt. 2
2. The Complete Miniseries, Pt. 2
March 12, 2001
An American scholar soon finds himself face to face with a wisecracking Monkey King (Russell Wong), a mystical warrior whose martial-arts skills are matched only by his sarcastic one-liners. The mismatched heroes have only three days to find an ancient manuscript and thereby save the world from destruction, and they're assisted by the timely interventions of the Goddess of Mercy (played by Bai Ling). From the classic Chinese story JOURNEY TO THE WEST.
The Complete Miniseries, Pt. 1
1. The Complete Miniseries, Pt. 1
March 12, 2001
An epic adaptation of the classic Chinese story JOURNEY TO THE WEST features an American China scholar (played by Thomas Gibson) whose knowledge of Asian mythology becomes astoundingly useful when he is magically transported into other dimensions by terra cotta warriors who come to life.
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The Lost Empire is available for streaming on the Hallmark website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch The Lost Empire on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, Apple TV, Crackle and Tubi TV.
  • Premiere Date
    March 12, 2001
  • IMDB Rating
    5.5  (1,784)