One gaping plot hole- Pacino's character visits an Alaskan town so far north, the sun never sets in the summertime. So why don't the hotel rooms come with "blackout" curtains, like, for example, Las Vegas hotels? (Showcase Cinemas Randolph)
May 24, 2002
May 18, 2002
Also On Memorial Day, Through The Years
I have been to the movies on Memorial Day Monday 13 times in 24 years, but it's not a great track record.
- 2014: Godzilla
- 2008: Indiana Jones & The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
- 2007: Pirates Of The Carribean: At World's End (the third one)
- 2006: X-Men: The Last Stand
- 2005: Star Wars Episode III: Revenge Of The Sith
- 2002: Star Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones
- 2001: Pearl Harbor
- 1998: Godzilla (yes I saw two different Godzillas on Memorial Day 16 years apart)
- 1997: The Lost World: Jurassic Park
- 1996: Mission: Impossible
- 1995: Braveheart! I actually saw a Best Picture winner on Memorial Day!
- 1992: Alien3
- 1991: Hudson Hawk; perhaps ironically, the three Memorial Day movies with original screenplays were an Oscar winner, Pearl Harbor, and Hudson Hawk.
May 6, 2002
Very well done. Nothing wrong with this movie, but it did not engage me the way the Burton Batman movies did, for example. Part of the problem: I never believed I was seeing Tobey Maguire when he would fly through the air. It always looked like a stuntman, or a CGI effect. (Showcase Cinemas Randolph)