This 1998 Sci-Fi adventure has a plot that will for sure leave you bewildered. NASA astronauts observe that a large asteroid will hit earth in the next eighteen days and destroy life, unless oil drillers drill into it, drop a nuclear bomb, and then blow it up from the inside.
Thinking about the ludicrousness of the plot, you may not be astonished to discover that there are some likewise ridiculous lines and moments in the film. Here we have compiled 22 hilarious lines from this movie that will make you laugh as much as any comedy.
Nobody knows what 3% of the sky means, assuming it’s gotta mean space, so what is 3% of space and how were they able to track it with only one million dollars?
That’s a huge and oddly brand-specific range.
Ah, yes, the scientific name.
Her childhood was definitely confusing.
We’d hope there was a montage of him drilling in super specific, impossible locations, like at the top of a dormant volcano and in a Target dressing room.
This made no sense, but viewers loved it.
It’s 29 words.
There’s a lot here. “Downtown NASA,” first of all. Also, Monster Armadillo sounds like a Fall Out Boy song.
No one will ever get over the premise of this movie.
What a mindset you must be in to say that in a rocket.
Viewers could talk about this for hours.
Robot. Just say robot.
So they’re past the beginning part of space now. Also, “friggin’.”
Imagine this in any other context.
We have many unanswered questions.
Okay, they’ve been up there for, at most, two and a half days. How would this have happened already? Also, is “space dementia” an accurate term?
It’s seven words.
22) And Finally,
This movie is so much and so little at the same.