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Plot: Having recovered from wounds received in a failed rescue operation, Navy SEAL Shane Wolfe is handed a new assignment: Protect the five Plummer kids from enemies of their recently deceased father -- a government scientist whose top-se Runtime: 95 min Release Date: 08 Jun 2005
Probably one of my most enjoyable movie experiences ever. My 22-year-old daughter and her friend are Vin Diesel fans, and I like stupid movies, so we went off to see this with no particular expectations. It was delightful! The acting was good, the writing was just off-kilter enough to surprise, and the plot, while predictable, was only predictable a few seconds in advance which is about how long it took for Vin Diesel's character to process a thought . Our little group of cynics was charmed and quoting lines from the movie all the way home afterwards. We agreed that it was indeed a <more>
Disney movie, but it didn't have the cheesy hollowness and wannabe withitness that has hampered those productions since Hayley Mills was my age. Bits of it were unexpectedly moving. Vin Diesel's little side romance was also charming, with a breath of gentle kinkiness "On land, you're the superior officer," he says to his honey, and she smirks. Basically it was funny, stupid, and sweet without being annoying, and Vin Diesel was excellent in it. I'll buy it when it comes out in video, or my daughter will--she works in a trendy video store, so that she liked the movie is saying a lot.
My entire family loves this movie. It is non-stop hysterics. It has everything: fight scenes for the guys, Vin Diesel wearing nothing but a towel for the ladies, baby poop for gross little boys, girl scouts doing karate on boy scouts for little girls, and quite a few heart-warming family moments.Plot line goes as follows: Lt. Shane Wolf, a high ranking Navy seal is leading a mission to rescue a military security expert, Professor Plummer, from kidnappers. He has created a program that will prevent enemy countries from being able to launch their own nuclear weapons. The professor is killed and <more>
the program never found. It is believed to be at the professor's home with his wife and five young kids. Lt. Wolf is assigned to protect them and locate the program known as "Ghost." The mother will spend the movie in Switzerland trying to figure out the password that will enable her to access a safety deposit box left by her late husband. Lt. Wolf will stop at nothing to protect the children. Although first at odds with the children, he learns what it feels like to be a father and grows to love it and them.I had never seen a Vin Diesel movie before and was very surprised as to how good he was in this movie. The best character in the movie is Murney, played by Brad Garrett. He almost stole the movie because he portrayed this loony character so well. He had the best lines and will leave you in stitches. Although no man will admit to enjoying this movie too much of a threat to their macho personas , I consider it to be an excellent family movie.
Vin is in! Navy Seal and all for one military trained animal, Capt. Shane Wolfe, after a botched assignment, gets reassigned, ---to protect and keep the Plummer family safe while the living parent takes care of business for the other parent, who has been killed suddenly.To a bunch of 'slackers' in the Plummer family, they are about to get a major dose of military styled discipline!! And this they will not soon forget. Five young tyrants and a duck, are being protected by specialist Wolfe. When the objective for the wife is finally acquired, Wolfe is laying down the law with the young <more>
ones and along with some defiant behavior, these kids start to realize who is in their best interest. After the baby care lady leaves and the door to the oldest brother's room is kicked down, along with the oldest sister , Zoe attempting to assault Shane and getting sent to her room, not to mention Mr. Plummer's pet duck biting Shane too, they start to come together. Then the news that mom is returning home, just in time for a small double-cross, for the 'Ghost' by the not so 'nice' neighbors. When holding Shane and the cops hostage, he calls Shane the duck whisperer, because he is attempting to whisper secret instructions to the duck. That cracked me up. This was good stuff! Fun, and funny without any trash, family comedy that everyone can enjoy! By the way Brad Garrett is outstanding as the aggressive, insecure and 'menacing', wrestling coach and Vice Principal! What a great casting pick.Recommended highly, Vin Diesel and company are picture perfect. ****
Going into this movie I had much reservation about giving it a chance. I was going expecting to be bored, and to feel ripped off. But I was going for my son's enjoyment. Ironically, I was so impressed with this film, that I felt compelled to write comments on it, as you see here. As we were leaving the movie theater my 10 year old son said it was a "well balanced movie, having comedy, action, and niceness" as he called it. I agree with my son, it was well balanced. Vin Diesel did a very good job in this role. He made connections with the other characters and as a result this <more>
movie really stirred emotional chords of family, friendship, and even love, not to mention funny action, and entertaining events. Admittedly, I was even a bit choked up a couple of times. It was definitely way better than expected. I was impressed with this fun film and I came away liking Vin Diesel where before I still wasn't sure about him.
It's nice to be able to watch a movie as a family. It's extra nice to be able to watch a movie with the family without having to put my hands over my children's eyes or over their ears. By far, I think Disney has done an excellent job of bringing a movie that both the parents and children can watch sitting though any Nick Jr. movies is too painful for the average adult! I am also happy that Vin Diesel is coming in a movie where he has more than a total of 15 lines, and none of which contain any crude language. A++ for kids! Although I rank Riddick in my top ten, I thoroughly <more>
enjoyed this movie to see a different and more human side of him. While it's not a 10, it still ranks up there high enough to be in my collection when it comes out on DVD. Thanks Disney, and thanks Vin Diesel!
His martial arts styles and his militaristic attitude has proved friendly for even 5-year-olds! And about that ghost gizmo, I liked the idea of how it can prevent nations like Iraq from launching nuclear weapons. Yet, the terrorists want to keep ghost confined in secret so that no one messes up nuclear threats! ghost shouldn't be allowed to keep a secret because I get really worried that World War III will occur if something like this isn't invented by 2008 or 2012. Also, I hope what became of Captain Fawcett is when he's charged on counts of first-degree treason and home invasion <more>
and found guilty. I could hardly believe that Captain Fawcett and the next-door neighbors were after ghost.
Okay, sometimes I think the critics are all single "non-family" people. I just got back from viewing this movie with 7 adults and 11 children. It was wonderful to watch the kids giggle and hurrah at Vin Diesel, tough guy, nice guy, real softie routine. Whether he was kicking bad guys or changing diapers, he was great. While there were many clichés and material we've all seen in other forms, we sometime forget that this stuff works. My child is 8 and this is fresh to him. I'm so please that we were able to bring 18 people of varying ages who all had a good time. I say forget <more>
the negatives and focus on what we sometimes forget, an afternoon or evening with you kids is the best pacifier.
The Story: After failing to save a scientist - not his fault, just to be clear - Navy SeAL Shane Wolf Vin Diesel is assigned to watch over the man's children while their mother helps the government retrieve a program that he was working on. Cue wackiness!The Good: Hey, it's funny! Which is strange, since I went into it expecting extreme lameness at every turn. Which, yah, it had a share of jokes that fell flat and stuff that just didn't really work, but the good, honest laughs in it far outweighed the bad.Vin Diesel does well in his role . . . but then he's been playing the <more>
badass character for a while, so it's nothing really new for him. He's taken well to the humor aspect also. He managed to pull off a harried super-disciplinarian quite well.The children are all great, too. The little ones are especially adorable. And the connection that's forged between all of them feels quite genuine and touching.The harness that Shane wears throughout the movie is awesome. Military meets soccer mom . . . I like it.The Bad: Not original in the least. Seems like hardly anything is nowadays. There are a number of jokes that are recycled directly from other movies of this type, even. Maybe not done as well as in this one, but still. And the story moves along pretty much as one would expect. They were obviously trying to be predictable and comfortable as possible . . . this is a family flick, after all.The beginning of the movie the first fifteen to twenty minutes, I'd say moves EXTREMELY FAST, jumping from one bit to the other at almost breakneck speed. The movie is pretty long as it is I didn't keep exact track or anything, but surely it can't possibly be 91 minutes! , so I'm guessing that this is because a lot of cuts were made, and most of them were concentrated up front. The main problem with this is that there's a real difficulty feeling anything concerning the family's loss until much later in the movie. Up to that later point, there's just sort of a sense of "Eh, so what?"There's some cops that show up at the end. And . . . well, they don't really do anything. Seemed like the filmmakers just had some budget padding they wanted to liquidate right quick.The Deal: Virtually everything about this movie - from the story to the characters on down - hits its target demographic right on the mark. It's a perfect flick if you want to bundle up the kids and the spouse and head out for a fun couple of hours. And even if you don't have kids or a spouse, check it out anyway. It's got enough chuckles and full out belly laugh moments in it for everyone.
"The Pacifier" Suits Diesel Just Fine (by jon.h.ochiai)
I did not really know what to expect from Director Adam Shankman's "The Pacifier" starring very serious action star, Vin Diesel. Shankman had done well with "Bringing Down the House" with Queen Latifa and Steve Martin. So having Vin Diesel as a no nonsense Navy SEAL protecting a family of 5 kids in the middle of suburbia in a Disney release, no less, seemed like an artistic stretch. To "The Pacifier"'s credit, it works. "The Pacifier" is predictable, and shamelessly sentimental at times, which is expected. Through it's charm, family message <more>
invariably centered around discipline , and likable characters, "The Pacifier" becomes one of those rare commodities-- great family entertainment. I am a fan of Vin Diesel. In "The Pacifier" he proves to be a deft straight man. Props for Diesel. He is going out on a limb with his action hero persona, particularly in a hilarious bit with the "Panda Dance". Diesel is still a commanding physical presence, though this outing as a kinder, gentler Navy SEAL, Shane Wolfe, may hold promise for his longevity. He really displays a flair for light comedy. He has the kind of charm where he is never over shadowed by the cute kids-- that is no small feat.Outwardly, Diesel's Navy SEAL Lt. Shane Wolfe is the powerful leader of men, whose team is sent to rescue scientist Howard Plummer Tate Donovan , from Bosnian terrorists. In the thrilling operation Shane is able to rescue Plummer. However, in an apparent betrayal Plummer is murdered and Shane is left for dead. Shane recovers, and is assigned by his commander Capt. Bill Fawcett a good Chris Potter to safe guard the Plummer family. Turns out that Howard Plummer invented a strategic warning system called GHOST. Fawcett and Plummer's widow the charming and beautiful Faith Ford are off to Zurich to retrieve the contents of Howard's deposit box. Both the software and hardware for GHOST are missing and their location unknown. Things don't go as planned in Zurich-- really shocking, well not really. So what was supposed to be a weekend of babysitting turns in to an extended assignment for Shane and the Plummer kids.Shane can run a complex and dangerous operation behind enemy lines in his sleep. Dealing with teenagers, being a Girl Scout Den Mother, and changing a baby's diaper, now that is really tough for this combat veteran SEAL. Zoe Brittany Snow , the oldest daughter, has boys on her mind, as well as getting her driver's license. Zoe has taken the loss of her father to heart, and puts on the teenage bravado to reassure her siblings. Seth Max Theriot ditches wrestling practice, because his passion is theater, and playing a lead in "The Sound of Music". Lulu Morgan York is the not so confident Girl Scout, being bullied by some Boy Scouts at the local Costco. York steals the movie. Peter Kegan and Logan Hoover is not toilet trained. Tyler Bo and Luke Vink is the baby with the digestion issues. These are all good touches.Predictably Shane Diesel reveals his big heart when it comes to the Plummer kids. What is well done is that Shane's demand for discipline is unwaivering in the process. Discipline is like breathing for Shane, but it is tempered by respect, honor, and compassion. No one will be harmed under Shane's watch. The screenplay by Thomas Lennon and Ben Garant provides the atmosphere for this apparent evolution of Shane. Lennon and Garant allow Shane's methods to remain unchanged while he really gets to know what is important to the Plummer kids, and ultimately shares himself. Diesel has a nice scene where he tells Zoe about his father. There is a great comic touch when Shane takes over as Director of "The Sound of Music", seeing how important it is for Seth. When he schools Seth's wrestling coach, Murney good goofy Brad Garrett in the art of hand-to-hand combat, it is hilarious. Shane's scenes with Lulu York are priceless, and pulls at the harp strings. They are allowed. Ultimately, "The Pacifier" is about family, and making someone part of your family. This may sound corny, and it worked for me.Shankman has made a surprisingly satisfying and entertaining movie in "The Pacifier". This is one for the whole family. Vin Diesel's venture into a kinder and gentler persona was a risk that paid off. This action star has other gifts. "The Pacifier" is well worth seeing.