Synopsis: Our two heroes are destined for greatness - someday they will be remembered as the creators of modern civilization. A supervillain from the future creates evil robot versions of our heroes and sends them back in time to change the future. The robots kill our heroes, destroy their homes and attempt to rape and kill their fiancÃ©es. Only by outwitting Death himself, are our heroes able to escape the fires of hell and destroy the evil robots that threaten the future of civilization as we know it.
How does George Lucas expect me to watch this movie with a straight face, when he includes lines like, "Hold me like you did by the lake on Naboo."? Seriously, I was almost rolling around on the theater floor laughing after that horrid, horrid line. Who talks like that? Did his involvement with Howard the Duck give him brain damage?
Somehow, Bruce Campbell has ended up on the same boat as Corey Feldman and Vanessa Angel - the Sci Fi Channel stock player boat. I understand Bruce, I really do. You gotta make a living. And I know that your mug has amazing value in the sci fi world - why give up and guest on a sitcom or land a bit part in a crime procedural? There's no shame in straight-to-cable schlock. But seriously, Bruce - Alien Apocalypse SUCKED.
My husband and I have a contest of sorts going - nothing official, but from time to time, we record movies on cable for later viewing. The theme lately has been 'who can find the worst possible movie to force the other to sit through.' Although he had recently become the front runner by choosing Puppet Master vs. Demonic Toys, I was coming up in the ranks with Old Dracula. That is, until we watched another one of his selections - Vampirella.
You know, it's really sad when a movie has to stoop to ripping off the plot of a Leprechaun flick, namely Leprechaun 4: In Space.
Yes, Jason Voorhees is treading on territory that has already been explored by the Leprechaun. How sad is that? Couldn't they come up with anything better than that for Jason's 10th outing?
New Zealand is beautiful. I'd want to live there some day, if it weren't for Russell Crowe and all the zombies, deranged muppets, murderers, ghosts, hobbits...and ALIENS!
Barry Sonnenfeld could do worse than than continuing to release 'Men in Black' movies for the rest of his life. In fact, the world would be a much better place if he did. Keeping in mind some of the other dreck that he's unleashed on humanity (Wild Wild West and Big Trouble, I'm looking at you), he may eventually be forgiven for his sins. Men in Black II is almost the same exact film as it's predecessor.