Siskel and Ebert Movie Reviews

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6 thoughts on “Worst of 1986

    • King Kong Lives comes up after Howard the Duck at 10:41. Lasts for just about 2 minutes.

  • Sounds like Revolution was 11+ years ahead of its time in placing a fictional love story into a real-life event. Unfortunately, it was tried 2 other times, and James Cameron was the only one who had success with that formula.

    Don’t know what Lucas as thinking. Howard the Duck was truly awful!

    Too bad Prince had only one movie success and flopped badly after his smash big-screen debut.

    • I rented Revolution on VHS once. It was boring.

      Both Howard The Duck and Under The Cherry Moon won the Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture.

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  • I actually saw Howard the Duck at the old Nortown Theater on Western near Devon. I later found out it was Gene Siskel’s childhood theater as well. Honestly the movie scared the crap out of me. I was only five and Jeffrey Jones was creepy as balls when he got possessed or whatever.

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