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This was a major disappointment, sad to say. The sick children were perky and adorable, and it was neat to watch Harrison Ford play a crotchety misogynist. And…that’s about it. B- and rent the DVD if you must.
Here is the screenplay, in a nutshell:
Investors: Do it our way if you want the money. Bwahaha.
Father: My kids! My sick kids!
Investors: So your kids are sick, so what? We need to make this profitable; also you represent a conflict of interest.
Harrison Ford: I love rock n roll. So put another dime in the jukebox, baby.
Lab Techs: Sir, there’s a problem with the quantum polarity generator in the graviton field! We need to align the variances in the isolinear emitter of the multidimensional subspace amplifiers!
Father: Did you know my kids are sick and really cute?
Everyone: [Together] Awwwww. Hugs and bunnies and pooping rainbows!
Harrison Ford: I hate all you people.
Brendan Fraser: I thought I saw a mummy around here somewhere.[Fadeout]
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