Lost in Space (1998)
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" Even techno music, Gary Oldman, Heather Graham, Lacey Chabert, a toy line up, and Matt LeBlanc, couldn’t save from a fate worse than being Lost in Space, entering the box office bomb black hole. Based on the 60’s TV about a family, who is Lost in Space, critics were less than kind with Lost in Space, and wanted it jettisoned into outer space. Something good however, did come from the movie, director Stephen Hopkins and Heather Graham, met and fell in love, during the making of the film, "
“I remember liking this one when I was a kid after first catching it on cable, then I never rewatched it again until I bought this one on DVD a decade ”
"Watched via: Blu-Ray (Samsung) Date: 05.18.20 Genre: Action, Adventure, Family RE-watchability: 0 (out of 5)"
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" William Hurt as Prof. John Robinson Guy Williams as Prof. Robinson (Tv Series) "
" Netflix- 2hrs. 10min. First Viewing If there's one word that springs to mind, above all others, when considering the film version of Lost in Space, it's "misguided". The direction, the story, etc.; it's all off the mark, missing what can and should make this film fun. The major sin that the film commits is focusing so much on Don West instead of the actual family at the center of the story. I'm assuming that this was due to LeBlanc's star power at the time (Friends was exceptionally hot during "
“Even though this movie was a huge flop at the box-office, since there was a decent cast involved, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, eventu”
“Even though this movie was a huge flop at the box-office, since there was a decent cast involved, I thought I might as well check it out. Well, eventually, it turned out to be even weaker than I expected. Basically, pretty much nothing worked in this flick. First of all, it seemed that the makers couldn't make up their minds if they should go for an ambitious science-fiction blockbuster or for an old-fashioned cheezy B feature. As a result, the whole thing just looked just cheap and seriously ugly and it has been a while since I have seen such awful CGI effects. But it was not only the CGI, even the costumes and decors just looked terrible. Concerning the cast, except for William Hurt and Gary Oldman, it was composed of actors whose career never went anywhere (Mimi Rogers, Heather Graham, ” read more
" Directed by: Stephen Hopkins Produced by: Mark W. Koch, Stephen Hopkins, Akiva Goldsman, and Carla Fry Written by: Akiva Goldsman Based on the TV series by: Irwin Allen Cinematography: Peter Levy Edited by: Roy Lovejoy Music by: Bruce Broughton Distributed by: New Line Cinema"