Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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There's an intrinsic emotional pull to this earnest tale of parents in search of a child.
To be sure, we`re not talking about a bad movie, just one that could have been so much better.
Second half of the picture is the most far-fetched and also the most fun ...
A filming-by-numbers mix of small-town nostalgia, soapy family drama and high-tech sfx, this Dreary Android Runaway Yarn Lags way behind the Spielberg thoroughbreds it tries so hard to ape.
If there is a subtext to ''D.A.R.Y.L.,'' and I'm not entirely sure there is, it's that one should always be kind to a computer, because a computer might be somebody's brother.
'80s robot-becomes-human story falls flat.
Although highly derivative of ET, WarGames and others, this science-fiction drama is still a charming, lightweight diversion.
For moviegoers with sky-high imaginations and mushy hearts, D.A.R.Y.L. satisfies like a summertime chocolate-chip ice-cream cone.
A very sweet, very good-natured, very silly film.
Younger children should find D.A.R.Y.L. fairly entertaining, but this is barely tolerable for anyone else.
The main problem with this thing (besides the direction and the writing and, oh what the heck, the special effects, the acting, and the score). . .
Do guilty pleasures get any more guilty or any more pleasurable
Astounding to see there is an 80's movie left that I haven't seen! I have to say that I enjoyed this vastly more than my recent revisiting of The Goonies!
Barett Oliver was such a cute child actor. It really is a shame he had a reasonably short movie career.
Here he plays daryl, who is part robot, part human. Yes, it's a boys movie, but is a likable and enjoyable one. Though it looks dated and very typically 80's, for me that was part of it's charm.
Gosh, I saw this such a long time ago, I don't remember it, I should watch it again some day.
Daryl is a boy genius who lives with his foster parents. The government soon come after him.
An ok family 80's action/drama film.
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