At least the flying sequences were semi-realistic?
Do you have any idea what it’s like trying to sit through a movie with one of those people? One of those people who has a great deal of knowledge about a certain subject or have lived the life?
“Why is he sweating while he’s in CIC? It’s always freezing in there.”
Buzzing the tower, “Uh yeah, no. Do you have any idea how fast you’d get grounded for pulling a stunt like that? After the rug dance in front of the skipper, you’d get FNAEB’d in a heartbeat.”
“Hush, darling. It’s just a movie. Oh, look! They’re playing volleyball. How come you never played volleyball? I would’ve gone to those games.”
Watching a period western or historical film with lots of firearms is just as bad. Thank God it’s just 13 minutes to Judge Wapner and The People’s Court.
So… 32 years old today is the is the youngest a person could be and still be alive at time of release…add 8 years to that because it wasn’t a movie for little kids… So…basically, the “youngest” you could be now to have enjoyed that movie (when it was released) as a kid is currently 40 years old.
Somehow, I don’t trust my math because I’m under 40 and remember it from when I was a kid… I didn’t watch it in the theater, however… probably took 5 years to get a VHS copy…so…subtract 5 years and the “youngest” you could be now and still enjoyed this movie as a kid is 35 years old. Any younger than that and there is no way you would have enjoyed it as a kid because that movie is lame sauce and has no fidget spinners in it.