'Lost In Space' at 25: How this big-budget sci-fi reboot in 1997 steered wildly off course

Dec 10, 2023
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Agreed. This film was more faithful to the original series than the Netflix reboot and wasn't nearly as ridiculously obnoxious with its social messaging as most modern films are. It was also written better than the original series. Considering that the 1960s television series was mindless adventure, as was typical for an Irwin Allen production, complaining about the film following in these footsteps is silly. You don't go to a film like this expecting a masterpiece like 2001. My only complaint is that the alien Blarp looked overly cartoony. Dressing up a real animal would have worked much better. But this film was a lot of fun.


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