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Paul Lanoue over 3 years ago
Doesn't hold up but still a decent popcorn eliminator
Ryan Boucher over 5 years ago
Watched in parts, none of the individual parts were good.
Justin L. Clemons over 5 years ago
Okay movie. Will Smith was great.
Jim Barton 6 years ago
Grant davies 6 years ago
daft, silly nonsence.
Fae over 6 years ago
Loved it as a kid, but just kind of 'eh' about it now.
Kraig Brachman over 6 years ago
It's bad period. A little fun as a kid, but this is Hollywood at it's worst.
Dorian Silenus almost 7 years ago
A fun film. Very fun film.
Aaron Wallis 7 years ago
Time has not been good to this film.
Dylan Clites 7 years ago
It's got some funny parts, but it's pretty stupid overall. Especially Branagh's character
David McKinstry over 7 years ago
Honestly thought this was terrible
Ana C.M. 1 month ago
Don Lathrop 6 months ago
Brian Kuepper 9 months ago
Mike Miller 1 year ago
Michelle Roussell over 1 year ago
Liam Price over 1 year ago
Daniel Rouco over 1 year ago
Lauren Armstrong over 1 year ago
Tara Schaafsma almost 2 years ago
Wild Wild West is a 1999 American steampunk action-comedy film directed by Barry Sonnenfeld, and starring Will Smith, Kevin Kline (who appears in dual roles as both the protagonist Artemus Gordon and as President Ulysses S. Grant), Kenneth Branagh and Salma Hayek. Similar to the original TV series it was based on, The Wild Wild West, the film features a large amount of gadgetry. The film serves as a parody, however, as the gadgetry is more highly advanced, implausible steampunk technology and bizarre mechanical inventions, including innumerable inventions of the mechanological geniuses Artemus Gordon and Dr. Loveless, such as nitroglycerine-powered penny-farthing bicycles, spring-loaded notebooks, bulletproof chainmail, flying machines, steam tanks, and Loveless's giant mechanical spider. While the film was popular at the box office, it did not live up to its creators' blockbuster expectations, as had Men in Black two years earlier. The film was received by negative reviews, and star...
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