Striking photography can (and will) be marred by needless visual effects, attempting to heighten the 3D effects Rescue was sold on.
Add in a routine selection of teenagers written by someone who hasn't been around a high school in a while, and suddenly the credibility is spit on.
While blasé to any Greek historian, casual viewers are likely to be sucked into these bronze-era stories.
The format necessitates a speedy resolution, breezing by topics of women, the advance of technology, and the slowly unraveling ways of old as a new generation moves into the cities.
Much of Perfect Game comes across as unfinished, maybe tinkered with between its seemingly random public appearances.
Do you like Boeing? No, wait. Do you LOVE Boeing and think the 787 is the greatest thing ever invented by anyone, anywhere, at any time in the history of our species?
Way Back is an agonizing trek, and it's never just about making it to the next stop.
The animatronic prop is no less convincing here than it was in the original, even if the antics begin stretching the plausibility about a talking, loveable robot.
The Resident could have done for sleeping what Jaws did for the water, that's assuming of course it didn't completely blow it in the final 30-minutes.
The flight scenes that dominate the back-end of this one are spectacular
The sights captured here, even on a smaller screen, carry weight and power.
Educational value is high, and kids watching this thing on a 3D display will have a blast as Argentinosaur stomps overhead