Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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Wyle's geeky charm and the story's glorification of book learnin' are enough to keep the good vibes aloft.
If this poor stab at Indiana Jones is the best material [Noah Wyle] can find, he's better off at the hospital.
It's all totally lighthearted and tongue-in-cheek and never dares to be serious about anything, which is refreshing.
It's a fun cheesy cable TV flick, a slice of winking B movie giddiness that charms us into smiling through all the nonsense.
No more than the Indiana Jones of the library made for TV. 1st of 3 films in this series, I doubt I will waste my time with the other 2 movies, just to much better stuff out there. 2 1/2 stars
Mindless but fun spoof of Indiana Jones and the like. Wyle is a geeky pleasure in the lead with Sonya Walger beautiful and tough as his protector. Bob Newhart, Jane Curtin and Olympia Dukakis add nice touches in small roles.
A good one for the family. This is another one that looks too much like a TV series than an actual movie but it is surprisingly a good sitting.
A nice round of usual comedy that is fitting for the family with an adventurous story that keeps things interesting.
The CGI is terrible but the film managed to keep me entertained.
He didn't want to be a hero. He only wanted a job.
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