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Maitland McDonagh
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September 17, 2014

The movie's father-son dynamics smack of too much therapy and some of the effects have an insubstantial computer-generated look, but the whole thing is fun for 11-year-olds of all ages.
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Ann Hornaday
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September 17, 2014

The overreachers who made this super-scale mess failed to realize one essential truth about great science-fiction cinema: Sometimes the low road is the best road, even in outer space.
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Jami Bernard
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September 17, 2014

The new robot is a disappointment. Instead of the endearingly low-tech fireplug of yore that warned Will Robinson of encroaching danger, the new machine is all bells and whistles and no fun at all. Kinda like the movie itself.
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Matt Soergel
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September 17, 2014

It's too long and a bit clunky, the special effects sometimes slip, and the plot seems at times to be made up as it went along. But Lost in Space remains appealing, with a great robot, a genuine sense of adventure and a good bit of ambition.
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Ted Fry
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September 17, 2014

Much of the movie plays like a live-action video game, and the sequel-ready ending feels akin to falling off a cliff. But with its appealing mix of heart and adventure, Lost in Space is great fun for children of the '60s or the '90s.
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Gary Thompson
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September 17, 2014

Lost in Space glides along smoothly on special effects and punchy editing. At about the one-hour mark, however, the movie abandons itself to the noise, chaos and empty spectacle of the new-style Hollywood blockbuster, where story ceases to matter.
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Desson Thomson
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September 17, 2014

A galactic slump of a movie that stuffs its travel bag with special effects but forgets to pack the charm.
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Leah Rozen
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September 17, 2014

These Robinsons should have gone into therapy, not space.
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Lisa Alspector
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September 17, 2014

Time-travel cliches... dialogue that's neither self-mocking nor serious, and an ostentatious though not particularly exciting production design keep the movie from taking off.
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Dennis King
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September 17, 2014

Lost in Space isn't so much a movie version of an old TV show as a mind-blowing, multi-media video game that threatens to blast audiences into submission with bleeps and blips, fiery explosions, clever gizmos and ear-splitting sound effects.
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Joe Morgenstern
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September 17, 2014

After seeing Lost in Space, my first impulse was to say that it had been made by a bunch of sorcerers' apprentices who didn't know how to tell a story with their high-tech tools. But why give apprenticeship a bad name?
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Paul Clinton (CNN.com)
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September 17, 2014

Once again an idea for a big budgeted feature film has been pulled from old issues of TV Guide.
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