Futureworld (1976)

PG   |    |  Sci-Fi, Thriller


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Upon uncovering the dirty secret of futuristic theme-park Futureworld, an ex-employee is killed after he tips off two other reporters who decide to do an undercover investigation.


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  • Peter Fonda and Stuart Margolin in Futureworld (1976)
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  • Peter Fonda in Futureworld (1976)
  • Blythe Danner and Peter Fonda in Futureworld (1976)
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14 July 2002 | uds3
Sure, a tribute to the 70's fashion disaster but still a worthy little thought-provoker in its own right!
I just got thru telling you people to knock off the technological whining about WESTWORLD's lack of new-millennium fx standards (mind you, I gotta wonder about some of them too?) and here you all are, pulling FUTUREWORLD to pieces. These guys at least TRIED something different and didn't simply re-run the original with a few new characters. OK Peter Fonda was never in his dad's image...he never TRIED to be! Henry was an un surpassable one off..and by all accounts was a far better actor than he was a father! Peter gave us Bridget so hell that's a pretty fair contribution. How many of you realise that Blythe Danner is Gwyneth Paltrow's mum?.....which accounts for the latter's total lack of charisma too! I actually LIKED Blythe in this...she was a bit of a go-getter, no damsel in distress, "help me I'm feeble" wimp.... she could dish it out!

Yeah, the low-spot WAS the gratuitous Yul Brynner cameo - it didn't make me throw-up like some of you...it was simply unneccessary! Fonda's reporter with attitude was all that he HAD to do, he wasn't trying to be Jet Li on a mission. The ending? well guys and dolls, I must be the only humanoid who actually liked it - I make no apologies!

The flick rates 6.7 out of 10 in my book.

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