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The eerie horror film Interview with the Vampire was based on Anne Rice's novel, and starred Tom Cruise as a decadent vampire in New Orleans who converted Brad Pitt to blood-sucking and immortality.
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The melodramatic film was notable for many milestones: Titanic retold the spectacular, epic-disaster of the ill-fated, maiden voyage cruise of the R.
Minor Films Were Also Successful: It also featured Celine Dion's popular song: Writers-directors Andy and Larry Wachowski's second feature film following Bound was the ambitious and inventive virtual-reality flick The Matrix It was becoming clear that expensive, star-studded films with reliable adventure, horror, fantasy or crime genre plots, or with state-of-the-art special effects and huge marketing campaigns, didn't necessary mean success at the box office.
In addition, a secondary love story between star-crossed lovers - poor passenger Jack Dawson Leonardo DiCaprio and upper-class Rose DeWitt Bukater Kate Winslet , told in flashback by an older Rose Gloria Stuart slowly built to the inevitable conclusion.
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It helped to illustrate what the future would be of futuristic sci-fi action films with slick and smart plots, and jaw-dropping action.
Two special-effects-laden, predictably-scripted apocalyptic disaster films racked up huge profits. Jodie was raised in. There were a number of expensive blockbusters that seemed like they would be sure-fire, instant successes for studio bosses, but there were no guarantees.
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Hook , another high-budget film from Steven Spielberg, was an odd and savagely-criticized updating of the Peter Pan legend.
Studios also refurbished old ideas with sequels or adaptations of novels, such as: It starred Danny Aiello, Andie MacDowell, and self-indulgent Bruce Willis in this vanity project as a reformed cat burglar who stole priceless da Vinci art pieces around the world. Other successful films were small, comparatively cheap, and often independently-produced films that unpredictably soared at the box office: Return to the Blue Lagoon V.
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Deconstructing Harry , Celebrity , Curse of the Jade Scorpion , and Hollywood Ending Barry Sonnenfeld's unfunny action-comedy and sci-fi western Wild Wild West , although appealing for Will Smith's role and its lavish special effects, was a money-losing revival of the classic TV series of the same name the expensive science-fiction thriller Red Planet with Val Kilmer flopped miserably the Farrelly Brothers' unfunny Osmosis Jones with Bill Murray was a disappointing box-office turkey - a mixture of live-action and animation Disney's animated Treasure Planet , a futuristic sci-fi version of the classic Robert L.
George Lucas' computer-generated return to his epic saga with the first sci-fi space episode, an inferior but financially successful prequel Star Wars Episode I: Godzilla was an over-produced blockbuster from the team of Dean Devlin and Roland Emmerich; with an unwisely-redesigned monster-creature from the Japanese classic.
Not unexpectedly, Agent James Bond films flourished in the 90s all with Pierce Brosnan , although there was a six year gap between the 16th film, Licence to Kill and the next Bond film, due, in part, to prolonged litigation over rights to the James Bond character stretching back 40 years.
The three-year production was so plagued with script problems and re-shoots that the studio postponed the film's opening date 13 times!
To retread well-known and well-accepted plots, storylines, or film properties from the past that would potentially provide guaranteed profits, Hollywood studios looked to comic book characters or superheroes, sports figures, popular TV shows or animations, or videogames for inspiration for live action films and their sequels , such as: Both were about destructive meteors or asteroids hurtling toward Earth - in the same year: Judgment Day , and Total Recall , didn't survive after the film's failure.
The Wachowski Brothers' The Matrix: The blockbuster's wild popularity was due to its combination of comic-bookish plot, mysticism, philosophical complexity, computer-enhanced digital effects of its unbelievable action scenes, flying bullet-dodging "bullet-time" and intriguing virtual worlds in which reality was redefined as a computer simulation.
The disturbing trends begun in 80s continued into this decade, with unimaginative, vanilla-flavor plots, poor artistry, inferior production values, and hackneyed scripts. At the close of the decade, another chapter of the Star Wars saga appeared after a sixteen year lapse: Turkeys of the 90s Decade.
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The Quickening - both a critical and commercial flop, with over-paid actor Sean Connery More dubious Kevin Costner films: Battlefield Earth was best known for being devoted Scientology member and spokesperson John Travolta's greatest all-time turkey; also noted for its ridiculous dialogue and poorly executed special effects, the unappealing film was a miserable adaptation of L.
The mysterious film from an unknown director generated much talk over its unexpected twist ending. James Bond Films in the 90s: The Phenomenon of Titanic: In the 90s, many of the greatest box-office hits of all time in the top twenty were made and marketed with sophisticated publicity and merchandising campaigns: Big Losers, Flops and Bombs: Moreau Kull the Conqueror The Rage: Other examples illustrated how intellectually-bankrupt things had become in the s.
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