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Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2017
This is the greatest movie of all times...you laugh, you will cry...but, most of all...it will move you. What could go wrong with the Looney Toons, Bill Murray, and the greatest basketball player in history saving the world from aliens that are poor judges of human basketball talent (Shawn Bradley???). The answer is nothing...not even the NSA, CIA, or obama's former TelePrompTer could have defeated these aliens...only Jordan, Bugs, and a backwards ball cap wearing Bill "Caddy Shack" Murray could have. (All secretly received the Medal of Honor for their efforts). This has to be the most important documentary in history. A must see!!!
I never watched Space Jam before and didn't have the nostalgia glasses on (even grew up in the 90s and 2000s myself), but wanted to go in with the hope that this movie would actually be half-decent. What the hell was I thinking? Everything about this movie is just off. Wayne Knight, whom I loved from Seinfeld, barely managed to crack a chuckle out of me at all. Michael Jordan as amazing as a basketball player as he could be just didn't do it for me either and his acting in the film felt wooden and not all there to me. Bugs Bunny, my favorite Looney Tunes character ever, just felt like watching someone who had never seen a single original WB short from the Golden Age try to write what they thought was Bugs.
A carbon cheap imitation of him who was a total wimp against those stupid Monstar characters in the film, not helped by Billy West's take on the character, and I LOVE Billy West too. He was terrific as Stimpy, Fry, and so many of my other favorite modern cartoon characters. I just never liked his take on Bugs that much, and prefer what the late Joe Alaskey, Jeff Bergman, or Eric Bauza much better honestly for that role. His love interest Lola wasn't that good in this either, but thankfully in The Looney Tunes Show, they made her a much funnier character and not just a walking sex symbol either.
The whole movie seemed like a product placement for McDonald's, Nike, and so many other huge name brands. The best way to sum up the film is it's a whole 2-hour long commercial, and quite fitting since you had Joe Pytka direct this thing, and he was well known for all his iconic ads at the time and even now too. Some of this film is a guilty pleasure for me, like that theme song by the Quad City DJs.
I will give the movie some credit there, I still sometimes have the song stuck in my head, but I have to put that aside and look at the film from the perspective of a Looney Tunes fan and whether it really holds up that well 20+ years later, and it just doesn't for me at all. If you like this movie despite its faults, that's fine.
However, I think I'll stick with the original Looney Tunes shorts, Duck Dodgers, Tiny Toons, Animaniacs, the new Looney Tunes shorts that are coming out soon, and all the shorts Greg Ford and Terry Lennon did together with these characters if I want to see much better representations of these classic characters in action. At least the folks behind those productions actually cared at all and you could tell they worked hard.
That's my biggest problem with the movie itself. It seems that the people behind it didn't have that much passion or care about the characters or the world they were working with. The concept of this movie had so much potential, but it was ultimately wasted on idiotic product placement nonsense, soulless writing, and a fundamental misunderstanding of what the Looney Tunes have always been about. I will give this movie another thing though. Compared to Filmation's Daffy Duck and Porky Pig Meet the Groovie Ghoulies, which I now consider to be the worst Looney Tunes-related thing ever made along with that crap Loonatics Unleashed cartoon, this movie feels brilliant compared to those steaming piles.
However, the movie still sucks royally on its own, which is why I still gave it a one-star rating. Avoid this movie at all costs if you want to see the Looney Tunes characters at their best. It's that terrible, outside of a few guilty pleasures you might get out of the film here and there. I just hope somehow they do a much better job with the Space Jam sequel and put some effort into making it decent. It would be an accomplishment if that movie ended up being marginally better.
Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2017
Space Jam has been one of my favorite movies since I was a kid. This movie is what made me like basketball. A great film with Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes. I really like the steelbook case that it came in. I’ve never owned any Blu-ray like this before. Such a great film for the family. Although this movie received mixed reviews, in my book, this film will ALWAYS remain a classic!!!
This movie is definitely in my top 37 of all time. Space Jam is Michael Jordan's gift to the world. I don't believe in coincidences; every person is placed on this earth to fulfill a specific purpose. Before being able to star in this masterpiece, Michael Jordan had to first get cut from this high school basketball team, vow to become the best player in the world, make over 100 free throws per practice, win the NCAA championship, then three-peat NBA championships, then try to play baseball, then come back to make this awesome movie in the middle of his second three-peat. MJ had to have all these things happen for Space Jam to exist, which is arguably better than his entire NBA career, because a) it has Bugs Bunny, and b) it has Bill Murray.
Reviewed in the United States on February 12, 2015
I can’t say enough good about Space Jam because it’s a classic, but most people don’t seem to regard it as such because unless they grew up watching it they can’t see past the silly premise. And truthfully, the premise of Space Jam IS very silly. Who would have thought a basketball movie with Michael Jordan and all the Looney Tunes would make something so entertaining?
The very idea of the movie was inspired by old television commercials Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny used to share that advertised sneakers and such. Somehow, the famous comedy film producer and director, Ivan Reitman, became inspired enough to do a feature length movie about these two. Space Jam tells the story of Michael Jordan’s real-life change from a basketball player to a baseball player. Although he believes he has no inspiration left in him it’s up to the Looney Tunes to help him rekindle his passion for his true sport before the movie’s over.
Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Elmer Fudd and the other Tunes happen to live underground in another world that humans are unaware of. Five goofy looking aliens from an alien theme part have been ordered by their boss to invade this cartoon world so they can imprison the Looney Tunes and make them into an attraction. The Tunes are cocky enough to believe they can beat the aliens at a game of basketball in exchange for their freedom, but things take a turn for the worst when the aliens successfully rob real-life basketball players of their talents so they can transform themselves into hard shooting basketball monsters! With no other choice, Bugs and the others think it a good idea to recruit Michael Jordan so they can play this game and win their freedom.
Despite the story’s very silly set up, Space Jam is a very down-to-earth movie with a lot of heart and passion going for it. The biggest challenge this movie faces is how it combines live-action humans with animated cartoon characters. The audience can actually relate to Michael Jordan and the other human characters despite the animation, which was no small feat. The Looney Tunes even manage to snag our emotional investment because this movie doesn’t downplay the serious conflict they have to overcome. This combination was done successfully only once before in Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
The story is ultimately a tribute to two things. Basketball and the Looney Tunes. I am not personally a fan of Basketball, but I recommend you at least be a Looney Tunes fan to enjoy this movie. Whether you like the sport or not doesn’t distract from the enjoyability of this movie. But the all-star cast of real-life basketball players (besides MJ of course) is quite impressive. The basketball playing itself has just enough realism behind it to make us appreciate it as a game, and not just comedic possibility. Most of the movie is animated, but it is the most top notch animation of its time and it still hold up pretty well to this day. This also being the first feature-length movie to have all the Looney Tunes, it’s a fitting tribute with all the cameo appearances and slapstick humor that’s true to the old formula.
Space Jam really is a freaky movie, because it was done so well and it hasn’t aged in the least. How? Maybe because it came out at the right time, during the 90s when kids movies were still campy and they were not all big-budget blockbusters. This movie still makes us cheer with excitement and shed a tear of hope because no other movie has since done it quite the same way Space Jam has. Of course, the soundtrack definitely helps. With songs like “Fly Like an Eagle” and “Monstars Anthem”, there is a lot to be excited over. Of course, no song can come close to the magnificence of “I Believe I Can Fly”. This is the one song Disney can never hope to top, because it’s pure inspiration and hope. It’s a wonder how Space Jam got ahold of such a song, but it’s a song that will never be disconnected from this movie, and with good reason.
Space Jam is a film that somehow managed to take this silly idea of a movie and turn it into something kids still want to see after they grow up. I know, because I’m one of them. Other bad movies start off as silly but never reached their potential because Space Jam is one of those rare movies where the passion shines through and sticks with everyone who was young enough to enjoy it at the time. So whether you’re a Michael Jordan fan or a Looney Tunes fan, this is a movie for the ages.
5.0 out of 5 starsTop 10 greatest movie of all time 😜
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 3, 2014
Not really the greatest movie but has gained cult status years later. Loved it as a young teen and still enjoy it now. To annoy snobby film critics let's make this film appear in the greatest movies ever made list. I would like to begin and say Space jam is better than Citizen Kane and equal to Star Wars, blade runner and Lord of the rings.