#Tribune1984 Harry & Son, Splash, Liquid Sky, And the Ship Sails On, Angel, 1984 February 6, 2019March 27, 2021 firstmagnitude 3873 Views 4 Comments 1984, And the Ship Sails On, Angel, Harry & Son, Liquid Sky, Splash https://siskelebert.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/Splash-1984_x264.mp4 Post Views: 5,062
4 thoughts on “Harry & Son, Splash, Liquid Sky, And the Ship Sails On, Angel, 1984”
Splash was a landmark movie. It was the debut film in the great careers of Tom Hanks and director Ron Howard. It was also the first movie from Disney’s Touchstone Pictures. I thought it was quite funny and was a little disappointed by S & E’s reviews.
But I definitely agree with them on Harry & Son. Wow, was that ever awful! How did Newman agree to that?
I didn’t care for Splash too much myself. In fact, it reminded me of Love at First Bite, with its similar story.
Roger liking Angel is like him liking Cop and a Half nine years later. I recall Angel but never saw it at the time.
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