Encino Man



Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 16%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 56%
IMDb Rating 5.7 10 33133


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December 14, 2014 at 09:44 AM



Arnold Schwarzenegger as The Terminator
Rose McGowan as Nora
Sean Astin as Dave
698.91 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 28 min
P/S 1 / 16

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by jessegehrig 3 / 10

Spoiler Alert: I'm probably never going to see all of this movie

Three out of ten stars is me being generous. Its taking me a long time to watch Encino Man, like I'm watching it in bits, not so as to absorb each scene and get the most out of my viewing, but rather I watch it in fits because it sucks to watch Encino Man. It sucks, and yet I am compelled to finish it. It's not a very long movie, I mean it's not some six hour epic, but Lord, it is a real challenge to get all the way through. I was alive and fully conscious when this movie first came out and it was ubiquitous through-out those years, yet I never saw all of the movie, some various element or agent of circumstance stopped me. Even now, when Encino Man is on Netflix and I am trying to watch it all the way through for God-knows-what-reason, I still can't finish it--I have twelve minutes left of movie to watch, longest f*cking twelve minutes of my life.

Reviewed by gavin6942 6 / 10

One of the Better Pauly Shore Movies

When they find a frozen caveman (Brendan Fraser) in their back yard, two high school outcasts thaw him and introduce him to modern life while he in turn gets them to actually enjoy life.

Pauly Shore made some okay movies and some bad movies. This one, along with "Bio-Dome", is an okay movie, or maybe even good. Then it starts going downhill from "Son-in-Law" to "Jury Duty" and we try to forget everything else. Shore was sort of a one-note joke, and because he was not able to grow beyond that, he kind of faded away.

This film works well because Fraser captures the caveman thing really well, but even more so it is Sean Astin who saves the day. By playing the straight man, he keeps the Fraser-Shore antics grounded, and his role should not be understated.

Reviewed by Discobloodbath3 8 / 10

Captures An Era

Aiight guys this is my first review and I wanna keep it short. I just wanted to say that this movie is surprisingly good and actually pretty funny. This is coming from a 25 year old movie buff who normally only finds interest in super deep, complex, and thought provoking movies. This has taught me that movies don/t always have to be deep or complex to be good. There is so much wrong with this movie and most of it has no basis in reality and yet it is easy to overcome this obstacle and just enjoy it for what it is. There is some hilarious moments in this movie and Brendan definitely steals the show with a great performance. Pauley Shore was pretty funny as well as the typical 90's stoner with the surfer vibe. As for Sean I had no idea he had been anything but Sam from LOTR. I just wanna say I believe that most of the people who rated this poorly prolly have a very weak sense of humor and most likely embraced the whole "Just say No" Nancy Reagan campaign to shocking proportions. All in all, simple and funny, and successfully captures the 90's grunge and stoner era, as well as the life of high school kids and their obstacles. 8/10.

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