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Stardust (1998)

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Charlie's dad invents a microchip that can be used for evil purposes, so Charlie finds the chip and implants it in a vacuum cleaner named Stardust.
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... Christine Wasacz
... Mr. Peavey
... Karol Wasacz
Jared Robbins ... Charlie Wasacz
Anthony Hamilton II ... Ricky Wing
Rick Thompson ... Christopher Wasacz
David Kanapsky ... Billy Butz
Malcolm Tulip ... Mr. Arno
Joseph French ... Mr. Butz
Dave Shelley ... R. Such
... Frederick
James Porterfield ... Jack Clark
Denise Dador ... TV Reporter
Blanche Graham ... Widow Hamilton
Elizabeth Wiseman ... Judge
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Charlie's dad invents a microchip that can be used for evil purposes, so Charlie finds the chip and implants it in a vacuum cleaner named Stardust.

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Drama | Family | Sci-Fi

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Rated PG for language and mild violence | See all certifications »
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Time-wasting family sci-fi
13 April 2000 | by See all my reviews

An experimental `bio-chip' bestows anthropomorphic properties on an outdated, household vacuum cleaner in this derivative family yarn featuring Amanda Donohoe and Giancarlo Esposito.

Newcomer Jared Robbins takes center stage as `Stardust's' owner, a schoolboy whose scientist-father has been imprisoned for refusing to co-operate with the `evil military complex.' Get the picture? After promises of comparisons to `Short Circuit' and `Home Alone,' this fantasy quickly fizzles out.

It started off strong and I really wanted to like it, but `Stardust' is a major waste of time. I kept waiting for the dumb vacuum cleaner -- and the movie -- to come to life. Neither did.


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