Overall Rank: 40685
Average Rating: 1.4/4
# of Ratings: 32
Theatrical Release Date: 08/12/1988
Genre: Adventure, Family
MPAA Rating: PG
Director: Stewart Raffill
Actors: Christine Ebersole, Jonathan Ward, Tina Caspary, Lauren Stanley, Vinnie Torrente, Jade Calegory
Plot: After landing on Earth, Mac meets wheelchair-bound Eric. The two become fast friends and Eric helps his new out-of-this-world pal hide from the NASA scientists who want the interplanetary visitor for scientific experiments.
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lastonetoleave - wrote on 08/27/2015
Mac and Me (1988) PG A blatant rip-off of E.T. in which a young, wheelchair-bound boy befriends a “Mysterious Alien Creature” (MAC, get it?). This film is one long marketing tool for products as Coca Cola and McDonalds. At one point, there is a dancing scene involving Mac dressed as a teddy bear, a football team and Ronald McDonald (listed in the credits as Himself). To quote an old McDonalds ad, “You deserve a break today," so don’t ever see this film. - See more at: http://lastonetoleavethetheatre.blogspot.com/2013/10/the-counselor.html#sthash.nj13kgnm.dpuf
Kyle(The Rebel) - wrote on 09/01/2012
Blatant rip off of E.T. had no redeeming value at all.
Daniel Corleone - wrote on 03/18/2012
another movie I remembered as a kid which never really had a major impact, but the laughable rubber alien who whistles. Obviously an E.T. as commented before this review. I could remember how the marketing for Coke and McDonald's were heavily instilled. Even the title itself was pretty obvious. The hands above the head with whistling was just ludicrous and plain idiotic. You get unknown artists and a director whose intent was to cash in on a classic by one of the legendary film creators of our time. Mac and Me is a hapless flick that tries too hard to brings out the tears by attempting to touch the heartstrings, but undertones of the film speaks of cash-flow for product placement instead.
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