Lost in Space
Facts and Figures
Run time: 130 mins
In Theaters: Friday 3rd April 1998
Box Office Worldwide: $136.2M
Distributed by: New Line Home Entertainment
Production compaines: Saltire Entertainment, New Line Cinema, Irwin Allen Productions, Prelude Pictures
Contactmusic.com: 1.5 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes: 27%
Fresh: 23 Rotten: 61
IMDB: 5.0 / 10
Lost in Space Movie Review
Where to start with my complaints about this movie? Is it Akiva Goldsman's ridiculous script that attempts to jam as many fall-down-howlingly-bad lines into two hours as possible? Actors who obviously realize its qualities and spend the time mumbling them beneath their breath? A ridiculous little creature called Blorp (or Gleep, or whatever) that's sole purpose seems to be to sell toys? The time travel plot that takes over half-way through the film and makes you long for the oh-so-logical days of The Terminator and Back to the Future? Hell, The Jetsons paints a more realistic view of the future...
Lost in Space may ultimately be an insult to your intelligence, but it is an insult with good special effects. But with a big-screen TV, you can wait for that HBO premiere instead of shelling out cash for this loser.
Lost in Space? I wish they'd never found it....
Rollergirl gets her comeuppance.