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  • What more can be asked of a film that has a dynamite cast, amazing graphics, and a plot that is sure to wow and keep the audience entertained

    • by Susanna Frank
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      The 1998 film “Lost in Space” starring Matt LeBlanc, Mimi Rogers and Heather Graham is a sci-fi thriller that is pretty much guaranteed to not only give the viewers a strong dose of the supernatural, but an entertaining plot that is simple and enjoyable to follow.

      Despite the fact that the family in this film is journeying into space to try and harvest the only other harvestable planet aside from Earth, Alpha Prime, they are a relatable bunch of characters. In this


      family, Mr. Robinson is pretty much a workaholic. He is distant from his three children, despite their apparent pleas to gain his attention, especially from his youngest child and only son. While journeying to Alpha Prime, the mission is jeopardized by a stowaway on their space ship they are forced to land unexpectedly on a different planet where they find much more than they bargained for. With the new adventure on this alien planet, they are brought closer together as a ...

      • family, and realize the importance of family as well as meeting some new alien friends, finding romance, and changing the course of the future.

        Creating a plot that revolves around the future, aliens and different planets isn’t really that simple. And the fact that this film has a realistic quality when displaying the future and alien planets is what makes much of the film a success. Viewers can really get involved in the film and believe what they are seeing rather

        than the graphics and scenes looking as though they were created out of card board and markers.

        As a family, the cast of this film also work well together to make the scenes and family relations relatable. It would have been disappointing if the relationships between the family didn’t really look as though they were believable. What more can be asked of a film that has a dynamite cast, amazing graphics, and a plot that is sure to wow and keep the audience entertained?




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