|Warner Bros. Pictures | Release Date: February 23, 2001||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
Oddly entertaining ride.
An exercise in excess, but it's the best of the month's crop of mindless films, if only because it jumps off the screen with acertain pop and playfulness.
Feels much more like a very, very long, music video, albeit one made for an audience that gets off on high-tech firepower rather than nearly-naked babes.
On the reasonable assumption that no movie featuring an Elvis impersonator can be wholly bad, I was prepared for a high old time at 3000 Miles to Graceland, which exhibits a plenitude of Elvi. The exhibition does not last very long, however. Less than a third of the way through, the filmmakers jettison the premise and trash their own movie. Read full review
Vapid, humorless, screeching, and utterly suckworthy.
A mind-numbing, bloody, ridiculous experience.
If there were a truth-in-titling law, the movie would be called "3000 Bullets to Brain Death."
This sophomoric film has little to do with Elvis, and everything to do with putting as much carnage as possible on screen under the guise of art, poetry, choreography, taxidermy.
Nothing but miscalculation from clumsy start to chaotic finish, an action thriller with a cynical, shriveled soul.
Courteney Cox is good as a sexy, hard-pressed single mom, but she alone can't redeem the prevailing stupidity.
A vile, stupid and ugly movie lacking utterly in pep, thrills, humor, finesse or morals, a dissipating waste of time, money and human resources.
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