That one movie

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That One Movie
Promotional poster for That one movie
Directed by Um... I think he directed Batman. No, the second one.
Written by John Something
Starring That one guy
The chick from Titanic
Pauly Shore
Produced by Hell if I know, i think it had something to do with Burke...
Distributed by Cinemax or something
Release date I saw it with my mom on her 70th birthday the day it came out. So I don't know.
Runtime Like 2 hours. But it didn't drag
Language English translated by the Muppets' Swedish Chef, Bork bork bork!
Budget Well, there were lots of explosions. Like a million dollars, at least.
IMDb page

That one movie was one of the most talked-about movies of 1994. Or was it 1993? I don't remember. Anyway, it was really cool. In the movie this thing happens and a whole load of other things go on


It was nominated for a Golden Globe, wasn't it? Maybe I'm thinking of Hoop Dreams.


I definitely remember the face of that guy who played the leading role... I could swear I know his name... Was he in Batman?


When you see a movie but you don't know its name, this movie is instantly called 'That Movie' and is referred to in that way. Most of the times, the real name of that movie pops into your mind some time way after actually wanting to remember it. Some other times, that movie is such a piece of crap that you don't actually attempt to recall what it was really called. Also, when you see an actor or actress whose name you don't know, the usual recipe is to say to anyone in the vicinity that he or she is 'that actor/actress from that movie'. When you do this, most of those people will confirm that he or she is. Most of the times, it is accompanied by asking questions with remarks such as 'and he/she played in that other movie too, where they do this and then he/she saves the world again'.


I give it two thumbs up for awesome special effects and the scene where they're on a shrimp boat trying to save all the Jews from John Travolta.

At the end of the movie, i think credits started to roll.