|National Lampoon's Vacation (1983)||40||29||15||15||Anthony Michael Hall & Dana Barron|
|National Lampoon's European Vacation (1985)||42||31||?||21||Jason Lively & Dana Hill|
|National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation (1989)||46||35||14||16||Johnny Galecki & Juliette Lewis|
|National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation (1997)||54||43||19||24||Ethan Embry & Marisol Nichols|
November 22, 1989
November 8, 1989
October 6, 1989
August 15, 1989
|Catherine McCormack at the end|
of A Sound Of Thunder
July 18, 1989
Batman Begins. In 2010, I watched a documentary on Batman, and Michael Keaton defended his Bruce Wayne: he rationalizes that no criminal would ever fear his average-looking Wayne, no matter how crazy-eyed he got. That's what the Batman persona is for. Ironically, Christian Bale's Wayne believed the same thing, even though he's at least three inches taller and much more badass.
THEATER NOTES: A great sold out opening night crowd. A packed house of energized fans is the best way to see a movie.
(Liberty Tree Mall, Danvers)
Stub Hubby & Batman
June 15, 1989
May 15, 1989
Sean Connery: Born August 25, 1930, was 58 when he made Last Crusade. Harrison Ford: Born July 13, 1942, will be 65 when Crystal Skull is released.
January 15, 1989
Written and directed by Francis Veber, a remake of his 1986 French movie Les Fugitifs (starring Gérard Depardieu as Lucas). Nick Nolte also played the Gérard Depardieu role in another French-turned-American remake, Down & Out in Beverly Hills (based on the French play Boudu Saved From Drowning). Martin Short also played a man named Ned (Ned Nederlander), in a movie with a two-word title, and the first word is "Three": ¡Three Amigos! (1986)
My first ever written-down film review was a review of this movie, for a student comedy newspaper which I co-founded with some friends in high school. The review is not available on this Web site, thank God.