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A decent ending to the series ALF...which came 6 years later after everyone had forgotten about the character.
I grew up wIth ALF, I loved
ALF. The chemistry between ALF and the Tanners, and the Tanners and Ochmoneks(?) was great and a quality the movie lacked. Somewhat of a disappoIntment. The TV series is a classic! This is a good movie, but on my opinion a peg below the TV series.
The show ended on a cliffhanger, but this movie resolves it. Kind of. Alas, the Tanners are NOT IN IT! BOO! ALF is excellent as always. Now to do the R rated feature.
Although it has little to do with the show, Project Alf is a very decent film. You'll get a chuckle or two out of it for sure.
Well, the exclusion of the Tanners is disappointing, but the story was good and I think that although this is good.
This ALF full feature is an interstellar hit and miss, mostly a miss though...for the die hards fans of the television series.
ALF is one of the best TV shows ever made. The TV film is a cheap cop-out, made simply to tie up the cliffhanger of the show.
Disappointing, maybe we all hoped to see the TV series character or at least a good story with new actors.
Contains a weak, dull plot that lacks interest of characterization outside ALF.
Tepid, unfunny feature based on the television situation comedy, ALF.
All the way through, I kept asking myself, "Why did I ever watch this?"