Wayne Szalinzki a wacky, absent-minded inventor, is back again but only this time he decides to use his infamous shrink machine just one more time. After when his wife Diane asks him to get... See full summary »
The scientist father of a teenage girl and boy accidentally shrinks his and two other neighborhood teens to the size of insects. Now the teens must fight diminutive dangers as the father searches for them.
The Flintstones are at it again. The Flintstones and the Rubbles head for Rock Vegas with Fred hoping to court the lovely Wilma. Nothing will stand in the way of love, except for the conniving Chip Rockefeller who is the playboy born in Baysville but who has made it in the cutthroat town of Rock Vegas. Will Fred win Wilma's love? Written by
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The song that the showgirls danced to, "Rise And Shine," was used as the beginning and end credits theme song for the first season of the animated series. See more »
In the party scene, after Dino runs across the table and makes a mess, Wilma's mother's hair has some debris in it. She wipes it off with her hand, then in the next scene a piece is back, she picks it off, and in the next scene, more debris is back in her hair. See more »
[defending Fred to everyone after he's been accused of robbert]
Wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute. Fred couldn't have taken Wilma's necklace. It was locked up in a safe. Fred can't even remember the combination to his bowling locker. It's written right here on his hand, see?
[lifts Fred's hand up in the air where the combination is written]
Great, Barn. Now everyone's seen it.
Crack open a safe? He couldn't crack his own knuckles without my help.
Thank you, Mr. ...
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After the credits, the standard "When in Hollywood Visit Universal Studios" card is replaced with the prehistoric equivalent "When in Hollyrock visit Univershell Studios". See more »
"The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas" is one of the poorest excuses for a family film I've seen in a long time.
The original remake with John Goodman was at least decent, but this flop has not only an awful cast, but awful dialogue, filming techniques, jokes...it's straight out of a made-for-TV sequel. Only one thing: It's even worse.
In this live-action prequel to the 1994 comedy hit, Fred Flintstone (Mark Addy) and wife Wilma (Kristen Johnston) go to Rock Vegas along with the Rubbles, Barney (Stephen Baldwin) and Betty (Jane Krakowski), where Wilma is pursued by playboy Chip Rockefeller (Thomas Gibson). This is the setup for a bunch of tiring gags that also have to do with a little green space alien coming to earth to see how humans mate, or something as such.
This has to be one of the worst comedies I've seen it a while. It was actually painful for me to watch. There really are no redeeming values whatsoever, and I don't think I'd like it even if I was a five-year-old. It treats the audience like dirt, and it obviously seeing if there's any juice left in the audience to pay for another "Flintstone" flick.
Instead of trying to improve upon the first film--which was a bit underrated--this film seems to go for the bare minimum in an effort only to draw money from the audience. I have to ask myself, if they knew the first was so critically-declaimed, why release another awful flick? Try to improve and get good reviews.
But nope, no luck here. Instead we are treated to a truly awful and hard-to-watch comedy with no redeeming values whatsoever.
Avoid at all costs.
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