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original title: Innerspace
tags: Take a trip you'll never forget.
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Innerspace is a brilliant but flawed film, which has a terrible first two scenes, but then almost instantly picks up into a great loopy sci-fi comedy thriller. Its problem is its script, which has some great central ideas (miniaturisation, espionage) but lumbers them with a boring love story involving that old Lois Lane heroine standby, the plucky reporter. The result is that the two male leads have to try and balance the more insane moments with conventional angst, while McCarthy (as a mad industrialist), Lewis (as a mad scientist), Picardo (as a mad smuggler) and Wells (as a mad killer) all have a whale of a time with a total comic-book approach. I suspect Chip Proser's original screenplay was much more of the latter, but the studio railed the filmmakers back into making a more mainstream film. If so that's a shame, but it's still a great movie, a terrific revision of Fantastic Voyage with excellent visual effects by Dennis Muren and Rob Bottin, as Tuck floats through Jack's bloodstream, clamps onto his optic nerve and fights a pitched battle in his stomach. It also features great sets by James Spencer, terrific costumes by Rosanna Norton (the first shot of McCarthy in his perfect white suit looking over the Golden Gate is sensational), cool stunts and great turns by all of Dante's regular bit players. Also, for bizarre casting, how about this; the key role of Ozzie the good-guy scientist is played by Dante's usual cameraman, John Hora (who didn't shoot this film), and very good he is too. Produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblin' company, this is a thoroughly entertaining and very enjoyable gas of a movie which pretty much keeps you smiling throughout. Dante loves his crazy antics and directs with great aplomb, especially during the numerous chases and nervous confrontation scenes. I just get the feeling that he was a little constricted here, and could maybe have turned in an even crazier and better film. If you enjoy suspending disbelief and you appreciated "Gremlins", then this new offering form executive producer Steven Spielberg and director Joe Dante is guaranteed to keep you thoroughly entertained for over two hours (though you won't believe you've been sitting down that long). This extremely lively comedy concerns the misadventures of inept supermarket assistant manager Jack Putter (Martin Short), who is accidentally injected with a microscopic pod which contains a crack pilot who was supposed to be exploring a rabbit. So while Jack is beside himself with fears of demonic possession (he's hearing the voice of pilot Tuck Pendleton - Dennis Quaid), he is being pursued by government agencies and ruthless criminals. It all might sound rather fantastic, and it is, in the best possible way! Comic genius Martin Short really makes this movie his own with some outrageous antics (not unlike Jerry Lewis) that carry scene after scene, hilariously. Second billing really should go to Kevin McCarthy (though his is a small role) for his eccentric portrayal of Scrimshaw, the megalomaniac criminal who is 'just in it for the money'. Also great is Wendy Schaal, a checkout chick who is a little unsure about whether she should be dating the erratic Jack. Dennis Quaid makes a rugged, handsome hero while his real life wife Meg Ryan is a pretty heroine, in one of her better roles. Other strong support comes from Fiona Lewis and Henry Gibson.
Director Dante and screenwriters Chip Proser and Jeffrey Boam (Proser wrote the original story) have a ball with the wild premise (based loosely on "Fantastic Voyage" - 1966) and milk the comedy aspect dry, whilst the Academy Award winning visual effects team recreate the inside of the human body spectacularly, and Jerry Goldsmith provides a very effective and at times rousing score.
"Innerspace" is one of those movies that's loads of fun no matter how many times you see it! Several scenes are still riotously funny even for the fifth time. If only for Martin Short's manic performance and the brilliant special f/x, this picture is a must.
NB What looked like an opening for a definite sequel never did eventuate, or at least no yet!
Saturday, July 15, 1995 - Video Quaid is engagingly reckless and gung-ho as the pioneer into a new dimension, although he is physically constrained in his little capsule for most of the running time. Short has infinitely more possibilities and makes the most of them, coming into his own as a screen personality as a mild-mannered little guy who rises to an extraordinary situation. Not really. You may be thinking of Fantastic Voyage (1966) (1966), which is about a crew in a submarine-like ship that is miniaturized and injected into the bloodstream of an important diplomat; their mission is to perform a medical procedure that is impossible through conventional means. This film was probably inspired by Fantastic Voyage but it's not a real remake.
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