D3: The Mighty Ducks

1996

Action / Comedy / Drama / Family / Sport

9
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 20%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 45%
IMDb Rating 5.4 10 21145

Synopsis


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Cast

Elden Henson as Fulton Reed
Emilio Estevez as Gordon Bombay
Joshua Jackson as Charlie Conway
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by marieltrokan 9 / 10

Observation is only correct when it's mutual

Hidden protection from irrationality is exposed vulnerability to rationality

Exposed vulnerability is not vulnerability

Not vulnerability is impenetrability

Impenetrability to rationality is not to rationality

Not to rationality is from rationality

From rationality is divide between rationality and direction

Divide between rationality and direction is no divide not between irrationality and no direction

Not between is between not

Between not is between nothing

Between nothing is external nothing

No divide is unification

No direction is no mission

Unification external nothing irrationality and no mission

External nothing is external unification

Irrationality and no mission is rationality and objective

Unification external unification rationality and objective

Unify external unification rationality and objective

External unification is not unification

Unify separation rationality and objective

Unify separation of rationality and objective

Rationality and objective is unification and separation

Unify separation of unification and separation

Unify separation is not separation

Unification of unification and separation

Unification unification is deceptive unification

Deceptive unification is honest separation

Honest separation and separation is honest not and not

Not and not is and

Honest not and not is honest and

Honest and is honest recognition

Honest status is dishonest non-status

Non-status dishonest is the unimportance of dishonesty

The unimportance of dishonesty is the dishonesty of unimportance

The dishonesty of unimportance is the corruption of unimportance

The corruption of unimportance is the purity of status

Purity is non-identity

The non-identity of identity is the identity of non-identity

The identity of non-identity is the recognition of no importance

The recognition of no importance is the non-importance of recognition

The non-importance of recognition is the non-importance of attention

The non-importance of attention is the focus of non-importance

The focus of non-importance is the focus of no power

The focus of no power is the non-power of focus

Power is the lack of focus

Focus is the lack of hierarchy

Hierarchy is the lack of focus

Hierarchy is the focus of lack

Hierarchy is the wrong focus

Wrong is the hierarchy of focus

Right is the equality of focus

Right is same focus

Right is same attention

Right is same observation

Right is mutual observation

The 1996 sequel, Mighty Ducks 3, is an overlooked masterpiece, because it's a story about observation only being correct when it's mutual

Reviewed by mattkratz 7 / 10

sort of good

This was an OK sequel to the Mighty Ducks trilogy, as the team gets sent to an exclusive prep school, loaded with scholarships, and winds up with a new coach as Bombay gets a "promotion" of sorts. The new one starts off like Bombay did, and it will remind you a bit of they way they did in the first movie, except this guy is tougher. I will admit that this movie is not quite as good as the other Mighty Ducks movies, but it does has its moments, like the restaurant scene, the pranks scenes, and the hockey scenes. It is passable and harmless entertainment. You might like it.

** 1/2 out of ****

Reviewed by zkonedog 5 / 10

Humor Starts To Get A Bit Old

The first "Mighty Ducks" film uses drama/emotion regarding the passion of youth hockey to create a fun movie. "D2" piles on the humor to create an even better sequel. "D3", however, tries to combine the two approaches, but ends up coming across as "just okay" on both of them.

For a basic plot summary, "D3" sees the Ducks handed from Coach Gordon Bombay (Emilio Estevez) to Eden Hall, a prestigious prep school giving the entire team full-ride scholarships. When new coach Ted Orion (Jeffrey Nordling) doesn't seem to working out all that well, as well as countless feuds with the established varsity team, the Ducks (as always led by Charlie Conway (Joshua Jackson)) must make some difficult decisions regarding their future.

The reason why this movie is "okay" while the others are a cut above, is that "D3" is essentially a carbon copy of its two predecessor. It uses the same basic dramatic formula of the first movie, while many of the jokes come straight out of "D2". Basically, the franchise had worn out its creative juices. Disney movies like this always walk the fine line between "heartwarming & fun" and "incredibly cheesy & dumb". While the first two walked the line perfectly, this one falls off into the latter category.

"D3" isn't a terrible movie, but it just can't capture the gusto of the previous efforts. I probably shouldn't complain too much, as these movies are essentially made for kids (and those kids will still love this one), but as an adult and factoring in the nostalgia factor, this is the one where, for the first time in the entire franchise, I thought "this is starting to get stupid".

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