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A mad doctor builds a robot in order to steal a valuable Aztec treasure from a tomb guarded by a centuries-old living mummy.

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Blake P (br)

But despite its final act being a clichd mess I'd prefer not to much linger over, "Lucas" is nonetheless an uncharacteristically shrewd teen movie to be compared to the similarly attuned "Flirting" (1991) and "Pretty in Pink" (1986). These are lovingly drawn characters, so it's a shame that Seltzer takes the time to turn the film over onto its back and change it from wise tragicomedy to simplistic heart-warmer. Ryder, in her film debut, steals scenes as a girl who maybe even loves Lucas herself, but, as the Judy Garland to his Mickey Rooney, always covers her true feelings as a way to avoid getting inevitably hurt. Haim is excellent as Lucas, who already stands as one of the genre's most underrated heroes, and Green and Sheen are masterful, too, as kindhearted individuals who care a great deal about Lucas and do everything they possibly can to alleviate the pain he feels as a result of their relationship. These actors seem to understand their characters, undoubtedly an inescapable feat due to writer/director David Seltzer's talent for crafting fictional individuals motivated by a moral code three-dimensional enough to convince us that in front of us are not cinematic archetypes but susceptible people. The film loses its way a bit when Lucas decides to impress Maggie by somehow making the football team - then and there does it begin to resemble a precursor to the emotionally manipulative Underdog Becomes Hero messages of 1993's "Rudy" - but before it decides schmaltz is finer than realism do we have a sensitive teen movie featuring uncommonly insightful performances and even more intuitive instances of dialogue. To try to be anything other than her best friend and he'll end up going nowhere. Several attempts are made to prove himself - but as Rina (Winona Ryder), Lucas's closest female friend, repeatedly points out, Lucas and Maggie are from different worlds. Lucas figures that he and Maggie are made for one another, and so the lack of reciprocation only deepens his fears that he'll forever be a wallflower, a pint-sized geek. So the world seems to be ending when Maggie makes the cheer squad and eventually dates head footballer, Cappie (Charlie Sheen). For Lucas, though, Maggie is the love of his life - to be cast aside as a mere friend just won't do. For Maggie, Lucas is the younger brother she never had. Because she's currently friendless and because he's wiser than most kids his age, the two prove to be fast friends, the kind as easily able to talk about "big" subjects as they are able to simply enjoy each other's company. Frustration with his status hits its peak when the pretty, sixteen-year-old Maggie (Kerri Green) moves to town and immediately becomes the object of Lucas's bespectacled affections. A wimpy outsider too spunky to follow the crowd and too headstrong to be anybody but himself, Lucas is perhaps in the most awkward stage of his life - he's an old soul in a skinny child's body longing to be taken seriously and looked at as something other than a consistently riled up kid. In the film, a wonderfully expressive Corey Haim is the titular, fourteen-year-old protagonist. But as it exists within a genre - unabashedly the teen movie - that oftentimes struggles in its deciding whether it wants to tenderly portray the emotional vulnerabilities or comedically exploit the burgeoning sexual desires of the age group, "Lucas's" golden, if sometimes mawkish, heart can only be seen as its most invigorating asset. 1986's "Lucas" is equal parts perceptive and saccharine - sometimes it understands teenagers so well you'd swear it were better than "Risky Business" (1983), and sometimes it's so cloyingly sentimental it wouldn't be too far out an accusation to deem it as something of an "After School Special" for the silver screen

Coxxie M (ca)

ause it aint done yet, alright? jeez, this is gonna be one Flight of Fury". so much as looks at my ponytail. BODY. but NO. i get on. arright?!" "Im sorry sir, but i think you mean Vertigo?" "you know what fine. EXCUSE ME! i musta not made myself clear, because i thought i told ya i get seasick. " "Excuse me. " "Sir, all we wanna do is get you to New York so we can shoot this movie. take it up wit my lawyer. alright? Steven Seagal dont fly. FLYING. "Look i aint telling you again buddy, i AINT

Dealyun M (mx)

love teenage move heads up to drama queens

James H (au)

The acting is so-so. Fair to poor thriller, uneven with a kind of stupid plot

Julie M (de)

Dragged a bit toward the end but very decent. Better than I expected, it was quite well-written

Luke H (nl)

eminded me of Trainspotting!. Great storyline, superb acting and overall an excellent film

Michael T (mx)

This Chinese cinema classic is both subtle and emotionally satisfying

my n (kr)

trust me your life would be a million times better if you've never seen or herd of this pile of crap

Patricia J (br)

Still I loved Rutger Hauer in this. I make a point of never watching films I loved as a kid now cause its never the same. Just talked to someone who reminded me of this film

Peyton C (de)

The comedy aspect is really funny almost all the time. He was miscast. Luke Wilson and Will Ferrell are awesome, however Vince Vaughn is only ok. Taking the college film and putting a new twist on it works very well