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About the only thing you can say in its favour is that the film is egalitarian, showing the same lack of respect for everyone and everything." - Wendy Ide, The Times Screenwriter/director Willard Huyck, writing partner Gloria Katz, fellow USC alumnus George Lucas, whose idea it was to adapt the Marvel comic, whose idea it was, and ducks everywhere just for giving them that idea.
"In Soul Plane, the laughs are a little thin on the ground.
In fact this reprehensible piece of rubbish is more likely to be greeted with an appalled silence.
The lead actor, who should be doing The Life Story Of Peter Jennings, was wonderful. Congratulations to the writers for their perfect structure---and to the director for his flawless storytelling---and his eliciting of top performances from his actors.
And now, for your delectation, we have the results of the worst movies ever made poll.
Great cast, talented director, healthy budget, rubbish movie. Well, if rumours of on-set wrangling are to be believed, Warren Beatty takes a good portion of the blame, although surely he alone couldn't be responsible for the budget ballooning from $44m to more than $80m.
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Maybe, says Peter Biskind, whose sources claim that an insecure Beatty "worried every speech to death" as the movie crumbled around him. That's a bad idea to begin with: like Scary Movie, parodies of a parody are on to a loser from the start.
"Chris Rea - yes, the pop singer and motor car enthusiast - cannot act for toffee. Indeed, the whole venture has a whiff of Springtime For Hitler about it" - Andrew Collins, Empire The Pro Bowl of creature features, this chucks three classic beasties at us (four, if you include Wolvie) and some wonderfully gothic production design, but not a whole lot else.
Even the combined fear factor of Frankenstein's Monster, Dracula and the Wolf Man can't make up for the fact that Stephen Sommers forgot to write a plot.
The once rigid Stasi officer begins to intervene in their lives, in a positive way, protecting them whenever possible. I am a voting member of the Academy (actor's branch) so I get all the films for free. This was one of the last 3 films that I saw---because I was completely unfamiliar with the title.
Eventually, Wiesler's activities catch up to him and while there is no proof of wrongdoing, he finds himself in menial jobs - until the unbelievable happens. This film slowly gripped me, but by the end, the grip was merciless.