|Starring:||Scott Bakula, John Anderson|
|Studio:||WALT DISNEY STUDIOS HOME ENTERTAINMENT|
|Run time:||1 hour 31 minutes|
|Rental release:||19 Apr 2004|
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Icky-manBy a customer from Nottingham , 21 Jul 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]A very youthful looking Scott Bakula stars as the all round good dad having a bad day.
The science is thin on the ground but the fantasy runs wild here. Great for kids, but dont be suprised if they get bored during the first half. Once the son gets in on the action the kids will perk up a bit.
Ok for a rainy afternoon when the tele wont work!
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Indestructible Classic Disney!By Brighouse1971 (155 reviews) from Brighouse, WY , 20 Aug 2011I actually didnt expect much while watching this, but I got pleasantly surprised by the 1980 charm of Disney.
The story might be a bit thin but great for the younger viewers, or the the Forever-Youngsters of the 80s.
With some great nail-biting scenes that keeps you jumping out of your cushioned chair.
Of course no CGI or other high tech special effects, except the classic overblending.
A great watch that keeps you in that great time of the 80s!
Icky-ManBy RJNeb2 (1012 reviews) from London , 13 Sep 2009Cabbie Bakula gets dosed by some alien gas and becomes indestructible. What sounds like a good premise for some fun frolics turns out to be a tiresome and unimaginative cheapskate production with a thoroughly rotten script the chief culprit.
I-ManBy a customer from Worksop , 05 Jun 2009An action film which shows its age.
long before imac, ipod, iphone..By a customer from Kent , 30 Aug 2007..and before Scott could hold out for the best roles, I guess.. I put the DVD in.. wondered why it was instantly in a TV screen dimension format. thought it was just the DVD menu and then noticed the movie starting. Awful! I fast forwarded to see if anything seemed to improve, then just ejected the DVD. Partly my error.. I thought this was Iron Man or something with a Marvel Superhero connection.. but it isn't, at least I couldn't get that from the snippets I inflicted on myself. I'm pleased to acknowledge that Scott has gone on to work on things that I've enjoyed watching FAR FAR more. I think its a 70s/80s Walt Disney failure.
80s movie intolerable in 2007By a customer from uk , 16 Mar 2007agree with all reviewers - everything is bad. i have never been a fan of bakula and this is just another flop performance like the star trek enterprise by the man.