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Wild Wild West 1999

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Will Smith, Kevin Kline and Salma Hayek is on a perilous assignment: stop Dr. Arliss Loveless and his contraption-driven plot to establish a Disunited States of America.

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Will Smith, Kevin Kline
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1 hour, 45 minutes

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Genres Science Fiction, Western, Action, Comedy
Director Barry Sonnenfeld
Starring Will Smith, Kevin Kline
Supporting actors Kenneth Branagh, Salma Hayek, M. Emmet Walsh, Ted Levine, Frederique Van Der Wal, Musetta Vander, Sofia Eng, Bai Ling, Garcelle Beauvais, Mike H. McGaughy, Jerry Wills, Rodney A. Grant, Buck Taylor, E.J. Callahan, Debra Christofferson, James Lashly, Dean Rader-Duval, Christian Aubert
Studio Warner Bros.
MPAA rating PG-13 (Parents Strongly Cautioned)
Captions and subtitles English Details
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By A Customer on November 16, 1999
Format: DVD
I was really excited about seeing this one. Will Smith never fails to give a blockbuster, Kevin Kline is witty and Kenneth Branaugh is one of my favorite actors. Even Salma Hayek proved herself in "Hunchback of Notre Dame" (NOT THE DISNEY VERSION - this one is the beautiful, yet depressing one made for cable). However, West really didn't know where to go - it's beginning was the worst part. I couldn't understand a thing at all. Then the movie lifted up, but not enough to make it excellent. The biggest letdown was Will Smith. Gone is the Fresh Prince we once knew. Smith is toally dead in his performance; he is not funny at all and spends his time talking about women's breasts and butts. It got really tired after a while. Kevin Kline turned in a good show, but not enough to save the picture. Kenneth Branaugh was reduced to a small pathetic "villian" character. And Salma? What the hell was she doing in this movie. MAJOR LETDOWN, but still not so bad. It has its moments, so give it a try but don't buy it. It's not really worth it.
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My opinion for this show is its okay. Kind of strange for a western though. Not the like the Clint Eastwood movies, or anything at all like John Wayne's movies. The inventions in this movie are wild strange crazy. & if someone had seen stuff like this back in the 1800's they would be surprised. I'd would have loved to see someone take a cutting torch & make short work of that giant spider. I like the show okay. At least the inventions amuse me, You got a bicycle that Gordon (Kevin Cline) invented. & it can go faster than a horse & beat West to the train? A disappearing trick on the train, You lay on a table & someone pushes a button & wind up upside down facing the tracks. Gordon is the master of disguises. That's what I liked about him. The question to me is which inventions are the most impressive? Gordon's or the evil Dr Loveless's? Who has got a whole bunch of ideas for modern machinery. To give him more of an advantage for whoever his foes are. Too bad Cline wasn't the chosen one for the script to take care of Loveless. See who is smarter. & West played by (Will Smith) being more on the physical side. If theirs anyone who gets into the most trouble & fist fights its him. Not Gordon. Hell, Gordon's on easy street. He just thinks of these inventions & designs them. Anyhow their instructions are to find out Doctor Loveless's (Kenneth Branagh's) plot. & stop him. Whose plan is to split the United States in half for his own territory. I liked Loveless's cocky & sarcastic attitude.Read more ›
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By A Customer on January 24, 2001
Format: VHS Tape
I actually saw this movie in the theater. My friend and I almost walked out. The manager who had been working at that theater for 3 years explained that he has never seen such customer dissatisfaction over a single movie. The movie starts out bad and ends even worse (which is a miracle in itself). I found myself sighing throughout the entire flick. The movie concept was a good idea; however, it was done VERY, VERY badly. I would rather stare at goldfish in a bowl for two hours than to be forced to watch this again.
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first they cast a black man as an undercover agent in the wild west where he would never be able to help as they would never let him in most places. remember this was before political correctiness or civil rights. then they turn one of the best villins on t.v. into a racist man missing most of his body. then they add state of the art f/x and think they have a great movie. it's pure trash and gets one star because you can't give no stars. a waste and you should see the t.v. show if you want to see this concept really work well. just not good at all, a mess.
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i've been having fun expressing my inner Leonard Maltin with these reviews, but i have no delusions about my ability to make it as a professional critic. try as they might, they could never teach me the profession's most important rule, namely...
"comedies and fantasy adventures, technically known as "fun" or "necessary" movies, are utterly beneath contempt. one such title will be drawn from a hat every blue moon or so, and that one you may praise if so moved. all others, even if you like them, are to be treated as deliberately malicious attacks upon you personally.
"whereas dramas about day-to-day life in the real world, technically known as "boring" or "pointless" movies, are the sacredest of sacred cows. even if you should choose not to recommend such a film, it is to receive only the mildest, nothing-personal slap on the wrist."
it's not wholly the fault of critics, but certainly they contribute to these juggernauts that get rolling and flatten films. the problem is, as i've discussed in a number of reviews, more than a few of the films so defeated had in fact delivered the goods in actual practice. Wild Wild West may not be the greatest film ever to be so slandered, but there are times when it seems the one that paid the heaviest price. it's certainly the greatest film ever to "win" a Razzie.
to this day it bewilders me, the rancor generated over such a spirited, good-natured movie. mistaken sentiments toward this film reached such a fever peak that Will Smith was even browbeaten into apologizing to Robert Conrad for "bastardizing" his signature character. what's more, a certain type of killjoy is determined to never let Smith forget that he turned down The Matrix to make this film.
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