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Don't understand the subterranean ratings. Yeah, it's B, but that's already known. Mark Hamill is a down and out cop with history of bad luck. His sidekick is a animal scientist helping Mark protect a genius dog from an experiment gone wrong. There's a lot of good moments, and I think it's safe to say if not for the last 15 minutes of the movie, people might not have been left with such a bad taste in their mouths.
I truthfully don't remember this movie... I will watch it again someday.
Watchers Reborn is only a slight improvement over the Corey Haim original. It's only just a little bit more like the book.
The dog is done a little better here and is actually called Einstein instead of just Furface like he was in the Haim movie. Furface was only his nickname in the book, Einstein is his name. I also like how the dog is protective of people by trying to stir them away from the Outsider. That's more like the book as well. Mark Hamil doesn't really give a good performance in the lead but he's still better than Corey Haim lol. I'd just like to see a version that's not a B-Movie that's a 100% more like the book. In this movie and the Haim one they make Lem Johnson bad, the agent in charge of getting the dog and the Outsider . When he wasn't bad in the book, hell he even pittied the Outsider in the book.
What a terrible movie, the only good parts were the Chewbacca jokes at Mark Hamill's expense. Other then that don't bother. The lines are delivered with no ethusiasim by the actors expect by maybe Hamill. Even then the lines are so corny most of the time, it wouldn't have made it any better. The effects are terrible, even for the time, and the story is lame and farfetched. Is it better then the others? I don't know, and having seen this one I can say I don't want to see the rest.
"Well isn't this hartwarming? The whole familys here. The dad, the mom, the freak kid, and the talking dog"
Luke Skywalker, Alice from Nightmare on Elm Street 4 and 5, Jason Vorhees from 7-10 in a cameo, all set up against a werewolf-type beast on the hunt. I thought this was kind of boring but somewhat entertaining if you geek out over the aforementioned names.
READ THE DAMN BOOK. This movie is shit.
This film is not AS good as the first one but it still is good. Its just perfect to watch. Everybody loves EINSTEIN.
luke i am your dog. lol, sorry. mark hamill is a cop befriended by a genius dog named einstein. only thing is Einstein seems to be mentally connected to a government experiment gone wrong. everywhere the dog goes people are torn to pieces. this is part 4 to a movie based on a dean koontz story. i remember thinking the first was ok. this one was just funny.
I was starting to like this, but then it was getting way to stupid. The dialogue was getting bad and the creature was starting to talk. What the heck?
This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.