The script is pretty much brain-dead with some appallingly bad dialogue and plot contrivances, but at its core… at the very heart of the movie, there is the fun.
So, George Lucas has altered the final scene of Return of the Jedi to insert creepy-eyed Hayden Christiansen into the trio of force ghosts that greet Luke at the end. I decided that, if George was going to switch things up, I could too.
This movie is a landmark. That much is certain. It’s one of the most prominent and celebrated horror movies of the ladder half of the 20th century. It’ll make you giggle and then make you jump in fright while it actually contains a story that will keep you interested and, in some ways, break your heart.
It’s still got that charm and that perverted innocent quality to it all while still making you laugh at immature poopie and pee-pee jokes. That, and this is a sweet movie without being deathly saccharine. It’s not a great movie, but it’s a fun movie.
Sure, I count myself as one of the fans of Atlantis: The Lost Empire and it’s good to see the gang back in action… I just wish that the gang was in a little better form.
The Matrix: The Animated Series
If he could just break from his typical comedy mold, I could see great things down the line but, Sandler sticks to what he knows like a nervous 60’s family afraid to come out of the safety of their bomb shelter.
You need to spend eight bucks on this movie like you need to swallow thumbtacks.
The opening of this movie alone is worth the price of admission.
Well, it is kind of the worst Star Wars movie ever… but that’s still not bad.