Waterworld

WATERWORLDposterBB.5

(out of 5)


Not nearly as bad as its reputation would have you think, this film was the most expensive film ever made at its time (budgeted roughly at $170 million).  plays a slightly mutated drifter in a Mad Max Meets The Flintstones futuristic world that is completely sunk in water. He and many others are looking for a mythical Dryland, but only a secret tattoo on a mysterious little girl () holds clues as to where it might be.  It is far from the disaster that was reported upon its disastrous opening, but it is boring at times and ‘s villain makes him more appropriate for a Metallica concert than an action movie; it’s just one of the mismatched elements of a film that is never quite sure of itself.


USA, 1995

Directed by 

Screenplay by

Cinematography by 

Produced by , , ,

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by


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Academy Award Nomination
Best Sound (Steve Maslow, Gregg Landaker, Keith A. Wester)

Razzie Award
Worst Supporting Actor (Dennis Hopper)

Nominations
Worst Picture
Worst Actor (Kevin Costner)
Worst Director (Kevin Reynolds)

British Academy Award Nomination
Best Achievement in Special Effects


Waterworld

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