Mercury Rising Movie Review

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Autistic boy (played to laughable hideousness by the talent-free Miko Hughes) breaks super-secret government code because he "can just see it." Um, okay.

You simply will not find a worse film from 1998.

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Actually, I liked the movie, so go figure. The book, though, was really bad. If you like action then you should enjoy this movie although the plot is thin.

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Mercury Rising Rating

" Unbearable "

Rating: R, 1998

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