I was hoping for a little bit of fun and action like the first two. I was also hoping for a million $ job writing brief movie reviews. Unfortunately, neither of these things panned-out.
I think this was the one with Robin and Batgirl. They were really stretching for ideas here. Even Ahnold couldn’t save this movie. Oh, wait, I think he was in some other one.
Your typical country girl gets famous thing. It was done pretty well.
“Let’s see… what kind of natural disaster haven’t we made a movie about? Hmmm… I got it! volcanoes! Let’s have a volcano erupt in… ummm… downtown LA!” And thus, a really dumb movie was born. I think this “conceptual moment” happened at two studios at the same time. Dante’s Peak came out around the same time.
I think this was the Steven Segal movie where he’s the cook… If so, it was his best movie (still not very good). If not, then never mind.
I saw this some morning on TBS or something. I don’t really remember much about it, just that a very young Martha Plimpton was in it, and it was set on a river. Hmmm. It was decent, but my life isn’t changed because of it.
A pirate movie that I remember seeing back in the early 80’s when we just got Showtime. I remember that I did like it… or at least parts of it. I think I saw it like a zillion times, but I don’t really remember the plot.
More of the same stuff. Not enough surprises or plot twists – it was way too straight-forward. Believe it or not, it was better than I thought it would be – I thought it would totally suck poop, but it was watchable.
Mindless fun. The only problem is that now the conspiracy theorists who really believe in the “real life men in black” will be laughed at. Nobody is going to take them seriously after this movie. They must feel so betrayed.
Intelligently written. That probably enough of a reason to see this. So few movies have even that much going for them.