Lost In Space

Starring: Heather Graham, William Hurt, Mimi Rogers, Lacey Chabert, Jack Johnson, Gary Oldman, Matt LeBlanc

Directed by: Stephen Hopkins

Produced by: New Line Cinema

Distributed by: New Line Cinema

Genre: science fiction

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Review by Xibo Date seen: April 4, 1998
Viewing Location: Secaucus Grade: B
Summary: Lacey Chabert: teenydoomer
On the surface you might think this is a high-tech remake of the of a popular sci-fi TV classic. In reality however, this movie is one big advertisement for Silicon Graphics, Inc. If you look at the movie this way, it's pretty good. The special effects and CGI are outstanding. The story is lame, but the characters do have personality. A lot of critics hated this movie with a passion, but it's really not that bad. 

Review by Nightfall Date seen: April 4, 1998
Viewing Location: a theater in OKC Grade: C
Summary: fun, at least if you have nothing better to do
Well, I liked it. Kind of. I mean, it was neat to look at. And it had a story -- I'm sure of it. I just can't tell you what it was. Gary Oldman was okay, although he's done far better. FAiling to use Bill Mumy late in the movie was a mistake. The CGI is, though, really cool. I wouldn't pay to see it, but I might not turn it off if it were on for free. I mean, if I was bored otherwise.  

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