Conan the Destroyer

Director: Richard Fleischer
Year Released: 1984
Rating: 2.0

Queen Taramis (Sarah Douglas) asks brawny Conan (Arnold Schwarzenegger) to escort "pure" Princess Jehnna (Olivia d'Abo) to recover the horn of a "dreaming god" named Dagoth and in return she'll bring his lost love Valeria back to life; there to accompany them are Captain of the Guard Bombaata (NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain) and cowering thief Malak (Tracey Walter).  It follows the RPG-like structure of the original movie - along the way they save magician Akiro (Mako) and lady warrior Zula (Grace Jones), who then join the group to fight - and the action scenes are cartoonish in nature but mostly bloodless: apparently the studio and producer Dino De Laurentiis wanted it to be less violent to prevent it from getting an R-rating.  There's some fun to be had if you're in the mood to watch questionable acting and want to see Arnie wrestling with André the Giant in a puppet costume.  I'd be lying if I said not only did I enjoy this a lot as a kid when it showed on New York television, but I had a toy sword similar to Conan's ... and a crush on Olivia.