Critic Review - Chicago Reader

This 1984 film's few and unimpressive special effects evidently qualify it as science fiction, but the genre it really belongs to is the male weepie: there hasn't been a gooier buddy romance on the screen since Joe Buck took Ratso Rizzo to Miami.

June 4, 2007 Full Review Source: Chicago Reader | Comments (5)
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tlbasile

Anthony Basile

Didn't much care for the plot, seemed like an excuse to bring Spock back, but"few and unimpressive special effects" ?!? Yeah you're not a Scifi lover

Dec 15 - 03:54 PM

greg b.

greg baltzer

Seriously. She's one of the three who gave Wrath Of Khan a Rotten Tomatoe, so her opinion means nothing.
So much for an unbiased review.

Feb 23 - 09:15 AM

greg b.

greg baltzer

Sorry I meant to say "he's".

Feb 23 - 09:16 AM

John Arthur Beaman

john b

LOL, dave is one of the ugliest women in the world!

May 6 - 12:44 AM

Victor Manriquez

Victor Manriquez

OMG!!! This critic could be a klingon spy...

Mar 29 - 08:10 PM

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