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Bengel W (jp) wrote: Sharp modernist photography sets this movie into its futuristic style. Actors put in a fine performance in this rather odd-ball set up that has one a little perplexed. One is sure that the director knows where he is going but that the script writer does not, thus leaving a rather jagged story. It is worth the watch, but be careful, I think the amnesia maybe contagious. Nibbles: Creamed Rice Pudding.
Dan D (ag) wrote: "i'm 38 years old, and in about ten seconds, I gotta start cleanin' up somebody else's shit, man."
Johnny T (kr) wrote: This continuation of Honey, I Shrunk the Kids will appeal mostly to a young audience. Most of the dialog is too light-weight and unbelievable. Typical is the scene where the two mothers swap recipes as they are dangerously pulled high in the air by the daddy longlegs. Rick Moranis returns to portray Wayne Szalinski. He is the only returning cast member from the previous films. Alternating with the antics of the kids are the trials and tribulations of the adults as they move through the house attempting to attract the kids' attention. The special effects are fairly straightforward, but the attacking cockroach and the helpful daddy longlegs are particularly well done. This film borders on the annoying, especially the adults and their screaming. Some the the things they did were also "over the top" even for this type of film. (the "bubble" ride especially). The whole show is like this -- a pleasant, inoffensive retelling of the shrunken people story. VERDICT: "Not So Hot" - [Negative Reaction] These films are truly terrible films. They are not the worst things ever made, but they are definitely awful and should not be seen by anyone. (Films that are rated 1.5 or 2 stars)
Stig H (es) wrote: "Bess McNeill, you are a sinner, and for your sins you are consigned to hell"
Dan S (es) wrote: Though it is meant as a bit of light-hearted entertainment, it fails at it being appealing and an apparent satire by becoming unfunny, uninspired, and nowhere near as controversial as it thinks it is.
Cody C (ru) wrote: This is a review of the MST3k version. Easily one of the funniest I've ever seen. Some classic lines I will be quoting for a long time.
Mason B (it) wrote: I really like Simon Pegg. Not only do I think he's funny, but he's one of the few comedic performers who can properly act. So I'm always excited to see him on screen, but in this case I found myself wishing he was starring in something far less flimsy. In A Fantastic Fear of Everything Pegg stars as a writer who's terrified of the outside world, but must venture out in order to meet with a new publisher. Pegg does his best in this film, but the film is far too thinly written to give him a fully developed character. The plot and narrative are actually worse. The entire film is simply a collection of scenes and plots that Pegg's character spends time in before moving on to the other. Many of the scenes work well enough on their own, but as together they don't work as a cohesive whole. While I was watching the film I was mildly amused and seemed to be enjoying myself, but after I turned it off I realized how little it left me with. A Fantastic Fear of Everything fails to tell a story because it has no clear narrative. It's far from unwatchable but the hugely underrated Simon Pegg deserves better material than this.
ignacio a (ru) wrote: This seems to me like the funnyest muvioe ever. Want to see defently!