So I now am going to show you how to have an infinitely better Flintstones experience. At the beginning, showing Gazoo with other members of his species on a spaceship before he is sent to Earth, it already looks like this is going to be a very unfunny comedy movie, and unfortunately, that beginning sequence doesn't lie. If there are any saving attributes, they are masked by the thoroughly inane entirety of this mess. The big problem that this then creates is that there is little or no drama to be had in this film because we all know perfectly well that Fred and Wilma will end up together. Betty and Barney suit each other perfectly, but Wilma's mother Pearl Joan Collins is not impressed with Fred, she wants Wilma to marry rich bastard Chip Rockefeller Thomas Gibson. The dating sequence is cute and the Vegas arrival scene has some clever sight gags, but these were fleeting montages. Had a lot of entertainment for the children audience, for it added a lot of need computer graphics that were fun to watch.
His punishment is to be banished to Earth to observe human mating rituals. The supporting cast featured , , , and in a as and Mick Jagged, a parody of. Mostly pointless, except if you just want to have some fun and not think a lot. Dried jokes, a bad plot, poor acting, bad construction of characters, far-fetched props and sets, a tiring cinematography and a cast that did an absolutely painstaking job. He invites the four to his resort as a peace offering. Fred plans to disguise himself as Jagged in an attempt to reconcile with Wilma. The special effects are good and the cinematography is actually interesting.
Fred goes gambling: Gee, what's gonna happen there? Way too many critical comments. Stephen actually played the character like Barney was in the cartoon, kind of brainless but adorable, not foolish and clumsy. Angered that the two of them stole from her, Wilma goes back to Chip. Wilma is cast as a 7-foot-tall giraffe. It's stupid as far as all movies go.
Mick Jagged comforts the weeping girl, and they go on a date. Also, Alan Cumming plays two characters, which are Gazoo and Mick Jagged obviously based on real-life Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger , and both his performances fail, especially the former, I would say. I especially liked the Bronto-bridge and the Great Gazzoo. Disguised as dancers, they accidentally run into Jagged's dressing room. I think I've made my point clear enough. I was not especially impressed by the films. But the film is so fun to look at, you really don't care.
The casting of Fred and Barney is, at best, awful. It was actually painful for me to watch. A giant fartosaurus, Joan Collins doing a spit take, Mark Addy and Stephen Baldwin in showgirls' dresses. Slate from the animated series. Knowing that she still loves Fred, Wilma happily accepts, rejecting Chip, and they marry in the Rock Vegas Chapel of Love, while the gangsters prepare to make Chip pay in their own manner. Back on Earth, in the prehistoric town of Bedrock, Fred Flintstone and Barney Rubble are two best friends who are both in search of girlfriends.
Wilma angrily runs away to in Bedrock. A poorly done triangle story falls flat. When Barney protests that Fred would do no such thing, and that Fred would not even be able to crack his own knuckles without help, Chip accuses Barney of being Fred's accomplice and has him arrested, as well. Unlike the first Flintstones, this prequel is smart, fun, and the actors truly become the characters they play. Also starring Cumming as Mick Jagged, Harvey Korman as Colonel Slaghoople, American Pie's John Cho as Parking Valet, The Mask's Jim Doughan as Dinosaur Confessor and Rosie O'Donnell as the voice of the Octopus Masseuse. Stephen Baldwin did the perfect Barney Rubble, much better then Rick Moranis played it in the 1994 Flintstones Movie.
Young dino-crane operators Fred Flintstone Mark Addy and Barney Rubble Stephen Baldwin find true love in fast-food waitresses Wilma Kristen Johnston and Betty Jane Krakowski. The guy had a voice almost as nasally as Joan Collins. One such example is Flintstones Viva Rock Vegas. Those who need a great plot and a message and theme and all the other tenets of good cinematography. Instead we are treated to a truly awful and hard-to-watch comedy with no redeeming values whatsoever. I couldn't take my eyes off her when she was on screen. Chip obviously plans to make Fred and Barney look like criminals by giving them some credit to gamble in Viva Rock Vegas, they obviously see the opportunity to make money to impress their girlfriends.
It's released in the summer of 2000, and it's a terrible film. This petrified fossil of a film does little justice to the Modern Stone-Aged Family. After watching it, that doesn't surprise me. This is just a fun movie. He apologizes for his behavior earlier before proposing to her.