saya habis menyelesaikan series tentang MJ 'the last dance'. lalu menonton kembali space jam. Ini membangkitkan kenangan masa kecil saya, ketika saya merengek-rengek meminta dvd space jam. Pada waktu itu saya hanya tau tentang looney tunes. Setelah the last dance saya tamatkan saya serasa semakin intim dengan MJ. senang menonton film ini dengan mengetahui latar belakang MJ.
Surprised now looking back at it, how most of the Looney Tunes sketches or appearances lack the bite or creativity they once had in their own shorts. The film itself is more unfunny than not, weirdly enough. It’s benign, pokes fun at Hollywood and WB a couple times, and the animation scenes haven’t aged well when integrating Jordan and co. A 90s emblem and a corporate film, it can be nostalgic but not much else
You come to watch the Looney Tunes and Michael Jordan play a basketball tournament against aliens, what you see advertised is what you get. A prime example of a popcorn flick. An undeniably crowd-pleasing '90s time capsule for the children who were too young to see "Roger Rabbit" during its theatrical release. 'Nuff said! (my doubts on replicating the formula for a sequel are high)
in a way i feel like this movie sums up the spirit of the 90's better than something like "clueless" or "singles". there's something kind of weirdly pure about what a completely soulless, vacuous corporate product this is. if you're in my age range however, it's likely that none of that matters. because if you are, you know that you can only come on and slam if--IF--you want to jam
It lacks originality, wackiness and surprises as the story is the old one about an underdog team that wins the match with just one point before the last second ticks away. Hardly original stuff but worth one look together with the smallest undemanding kids in the family. Bill Murray is in it too which at least counts for something but you need to be a NBA fanatic to really love this one.