You will believe a longneck can touch the sun.
I was starting to think that the writers forgot the characters didn’t come from the Great Valley originally, but this movie seems to confuse the issue even more.
Are you planning to review the TV series, too?
Why were James Garner and Kiefer Sutherland in this movie? They couldn’t needed the money that badly.
Once again, Marzie, you’ve opened my eyes to the crappy continuity errors of the sequels. I’m not sure if the production crew at Universal was either forgetful or was just ignoring the events of the first film. But like I said, none of the sequels were anywhere near comparison to the first film.
I’ve been loving this series, but here I must disagree. This is the first time that you came off deliberately nitpicking just to nitpick, with the exception of continuity questions. Other than the awful songs, which have always been the unnecessay bane of the sequels, this is my favorite of the series. I feel it’s the only time they ever got truely creative with their stories instead of the usual insipid formula. Still, this has thus far been a great set of reviews and I look forward to finishing watching the rest.