History YMMV / LostInSpace

24th Jul '16 5:46:38 AM MovieFan2000
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* MoralEventHorizon: If Smith hadn't cross it when he tried to sabotage the Robinsons'trip by programming Robot to kill them all, children included, he surely crossed it [[spoiler: in the timeline where once he mutated into a spider-like monster murdered them all himself, except for Will whom he manipulated into build a time-machine so he could go back in time and take over the world with his army of spiders.]]
16th Jul '16 1:57:28 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr. Zachary Smith]] was already a self-serving sociopath throughout this film, however it isn't until later, through the means of time travel, that we see his truly monstrous future self. Originally working with the international terrorist group known as the Global Sedition, Smith tried to murder the entire Robinson family, [[WouldHurtAChild including the children]], [[{{Greed}} just to make a quick buck]] However, when the botched assassination ended with him stranded on an alien planet with the family, Smith showed himself to be an absolutely depraved monster. Having mutated into a monstrous spider-like creature, Smith murdered and possibly ate the defenseless Maureen, Judy, and Penny Robinson, then manipulated young Will into building a time machine in order to save his family from death, all the while making Will see him as a father figure. When Smith meets his past self, he mocks him for lacking "true ambition" before attempting to murder him. After Will completes the time machine nearly two decades later, Smith tries to kill him while revealing his master plan to use the machine to travel to Earth, then unleash a horde of spider monsters to ravage the planet and [[AGodAmI rule over them as a god]]. In a sharp contrast from his [[Series/LostInSpace original humorous and clumsy iteration]], Dr. Smith is a truly wicked individual who [[ItsAllAboutMe cares for nothing but himself]].
2nd Apr '16 11:27:04 AM Dancedom
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* SpecialEffectFailure: Blarp the CGI spider monkey, as well as Dr. Smith's alien-spider form.
19th Mar '16 2:02:51 PM GothicProphet
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!From the show

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!From !!From the show
25th Oct '15 6:42:33 PM rjd1922
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* DullSurprise: William Hurt as John Robinson.



* HamAndCheese: GaryOldman as Dr. Smith.

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* HamAndCheese: GaryOldman Creator/GaryOldman as Dr. Smith.



* NightmareRetardant: Spider Smith in the movie.

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* NightmareRetardant: Spider Smith in the movie.Smith.
19th Aug '15 9:11:13 PM Cindylover1969
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Bruce Broughton's score (ignore the screen and listen to the track[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDi_61LYEHs Through the Planet]]).

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Bruce Broughton's score (ignore the screen and listen to the track[[http://www.track "[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDi_61LYEHs Through the Planet]]).Planet]]").
7th Jul '15 9:03:27 PM TheRoguePenguin
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* WhatAnIdiot: In the movie, [[spoiler: John discovered Future-Will had built a working time machine with enough power for a single one-way trip. When he sees his ship along with his family perish in a meteor shower in the atmosphere of the planet, he decides to use the time machine to travel back a few minutes and prevent their deaths. Sounds all well and good, if you don't take into consideration he could've just gone back to the day of the shuttle launch that sent him and his family spiralling through time and space to unknown reaches of the galaxy and prevent the entire plot of the movie.]]
** [[spoiler: Actually this is explained in the film itself. The gravity and temporal anomalies generated by the device are literally ripping the planet apart, so connecting the time-machine to anywhere near Earth would ''not'' be a good thing!]]

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* WhatAnIdiot: In the movie, [[spoiler: John discovered Future-Will had built a working time machine with enough power for a single one-way trip. When he sees his ship along with his family perish in a meteor shower in the atmosphere of the planet, he decides to use the time machine to travel back a few minutes and prevent their deaths. Sounds all well and good, if you don't take into consideration he could've just gone back to the day of the shuttle launch that sent him and his family spiralling through time and space to unknown reaches of the galaxy and prevent the entire plot of the movie.]]
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The movie attempts to justify this is explained in the film itself. The gravity and temporal anomalies generated by the device are literally ripping having John worry that Will's time machine might destroy Earth, as it was destroying the planet apart, so connecting the time-machine it was built on, but that conclusion was a guess at best, and as a matter of fact Will had already connected to anywhere near Earth would ''not'' be a good thing!]]before changing the coordinates.]]
27th Apr '15 6:40:48 PM ryanson209
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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Bruce Broughton's score ([[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDi_61LYEHs ignore the screen and listen to this]]).

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: Bruce Broughton's score ([[http://www.(ignore the screen and listen to the track[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDi_61LYEHs ignore Through the screen and listen to this]]).Planet]]).
11th Mar '15 8:25:09 PM MagBas
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* ValuesDissonance: It's a standard overused joke nowadays that [[PaedoHunt any sane parent wouldn't]] let Dr. Smith anywhere near Will Robinson. "[[UnfortunateImplications Dear boy]]", [[AllGaysArePedophiles indeed]].



* UnfortunateImplications: In his NostalgiaCritic review, Doug Walker does not let it slide that John Robinson, saying what could be his last words to his spouse, refers to her "as the role of 'wife'" rather than by her name.
29th Jan '15 1:18:22 AM HarryLovesHermione
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* DullSurprise: William Hurt as John Robinson.


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* UnfortunateImplications: In his NostalgiaCritic review, Doug Walker does not let it slide that John Robinson, saying what could be his last words to his spouse, refers to her "as the role of 'wife'" rather than by her name.


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** A lot of criticism was sent William Hurt's way, who was anchoring a summer effects-laden sci-fi popcorn film and his approach was virtually the same as his very dramatic roles, which didn't help when he needed to deliver wooden dialogue such as "I love you, wife".
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