The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas (2000) - Comedy, Family, Romance

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In this live-action prequel to The Flintstones (1994), the Flintstones and the Rubbles go on a trip to Rock Vegas, where Wilma Slaghoople (Kristen Johnston) is pursued by playboy Chip Rockefeller (Thomas Gibson).

IMDB: 3.6
Director: Brian Levant
Stars: Mark Addy, Stephen Baldwin
Length: 90 Minutes
PG Rating: PG
Reviews: 15 out of 90 found boring (16.66%)

One-line Reviews (40)

It kind of surprises me that this straight to video type sequel that overall is rather predictable and just a tad lame got as much good comment as it did.

Good fun and enjoyable .

We are given their introductory to their jobs and their first encounters with their future wives, which leads to a predictable outcome.

To be fair, many big-name sequels are dreary affairs with no heart, especially when they're prequels.

The plot I think is stronger than the one in the 1994 movie, but slower in pace and does suffer from one or two hasty and over-familiar subplots like Chip stealing Wilma's necklace and framing Fred.

Yes, it LOOKED great, but the storyline was dull and the characters weren't fleshed out well.

Even kids found it boring.

Worst Movie Of All Time .

I would've walked out if I could.

This is an entertaining, fun, family movie.

With great creatures (Jim Henson workshop), good gadgets and an all-round enjoyable film, I give this an 8 out of 10.

The story is predictable, the writing and acting not inspired, and (as someone else said) not loyal to the series.

Absolutely no plot with elements such as courting, gambling and jail that is above the intended audience.

The movie is very entertaining and very funny.

The story is utterly predictable, and the characters are flat and uninteresting.

The storyline makes sense, is plausible, and even engrossing (again, considering).

Just like its predecessor, this prequel failed to make me laugh even one time, but this second film of the two also has inferior cast performances, and maybe a slightly more boring plot as well (I'm not 100% sure about that, as it's been a while since I last watched the first film), which makes it even worse.

This is one brilliant and enjoyable film, despite what a lot of narrow minded critics say.

Was actually very good..I was surprised and enjoyed it .

Alan cummings is also very enjoyable as the Great gazoo.

Nevertheless, "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas" is entertaining from beginning to end as a live-action cinematic rendition of the cartoon and wisely doesn't overstay its welcome at 91 minutes.

Is this the worst movie ever?

I got the DVD last year as I saw the first film (starring John Goodman) and thought it was very good, but then I saw this one and I thought it had dull parts and then good parts.

even if the ending is a Bit predictable(ONE QUESTION...

The props and effects were very creative and it was funny and enjoyable seeing how they tried to make a live action movie mimic the television cartoon.

Mark Addy is good as Fred Flinstone and it's a really bright enjoyable flick.

But it was slow.

The leads did their best to be enjoyable, being the cornerstone of the movie's cuteness.

Worst Movie Ever.

I highly recommend it.

This is one of thoose films You know the films with the predictable stuff plot that's been done over 100 times Frustrating characters that make you want to strangle them and even less comedy then the first Give this film credit though the guy killing off the dinosaurs is the funniest joke of the two films

Don't be afraid to buck conventional wisdom, as I think this film is enjoyable and a decent story to watch with your kids.

It's so COLOURFUL and HAPPY and BRIGHT and SNAPPY and PLAYFUL and Joyful and...

He was permanently out of context, his existence has been poorly explained by the plot and he only served to try to make totally empty jokes.

has an on-camera charisma that begs comparison to Marilyn Monroe, and her body language is always flawless and engaging.

Mostly pointless, except if you just want to have some fun and not think a lot.

All that remains then is a film that feels like a straight to DVD attempt and although Mark Addy and especially Kirsten Johnston do their best, this film is pretty pointless.

First time I ever walked out of a theater .

Entertaining Family Film .

Enjoyable Sequel .