Inspector Gadget (1999)

Matthew Broderick, Rupert Everett, Joely Fisher, Michelle Trachtenberg,
A security guard's dreams come true when he is selected to be transformed into a cybernetic police officer.
  • 4.1 /10.0 IMDB Rating:
  • DatePublished:
  • 2018-09-07 Added:
  • Andy Heyward, Jean Chalopin, Bruno Bianchi, Dana Olsen, Kerry Ehrin, Writer:
  • David Kellogg, Director:
  • Producer:

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/ 10

Film: Gadget's real name is John Brown.

Cartoon: His name really is Gadget. --- Film: Claw's real name isSanford Scolex.

Cartoon: His name really is Claw. --- Film: Metro City is in the USA.

Cartoon: Metro City is in Canada. --- Film: Gadget works for the localpolice department.

Cartoon: Gadget works for Interpol. --- Film: Gadget used to be asecurity guard and was injured in an explosion.

Cartoon: Gadget used to be a policeman and was injured when he slippedon a banana peel. --- Film: Claw's face is shown (and it looks nothinglike the action figure).

Cartoon: Claw's face is never shown. --- Film: Claw has a mechanicalclaw inplace of one of his hands.

Cartoon: Claw has normal hands. --- Film: Quimby hates Gadget for noreason.

Cartoon: Quimby thinks Gadget is one of Interpol's best inspectors. ---Film: The Gadget Mobile can talk and has many gadgets.

Cartoon: The Gadget Mobile can't talk, can change from a police car toa van (and vice versa) and has only a few gadgets. --- Film: Gadget wasput back together by a team of surgeons.

Cartoon: Gadget was put back together by one man; Professor Baxter. ---Film: Claw is the head of Scolex Industries.

Cartoon: Claw is the head of a criminal organization called MAD. ---Film: Claw has two minions.

Cartoon: Claw has hundreds of minions. --- Film: Gadget has 60 gadgets.

Cartoon: Gadget has 14,000 gadgets.

1/10 / 10

Once again, Disney manages to make a children's movie which totallyignoresits background. About the only thing common with this and the originalGadget cartoons is the names.The most glaring errors are the characters - Penny does not have her book,Brain has been reduced from a character to a fancy prop, Dr Claw is more ashow-off than an evil villain, etc. but there are more thanthat.The horrors start from the first minutes of the film - having Gadget as asecurity guard called John Brown doesn't help identifying him as theclassicInspector Gadget. And right in the beginning we see Disney's blatantattemptto turn every story ever into a love affair between a man and a woman -theyintroduce Brenda, who only serves to make this movie Disney-compatible.Addto this the fact that the "Claw" seen in this film and the classic Dr Claware almost diagonally opposite and you'll see this is going to be nowherenear the original storyline.What would help would be a better storyline to replace it - but as youguessed, Disney failed in that too. The whole movie is just Gadget actingsilly for silliness's sake and lusting after Brenda. As if to add insulttothe injury, Disney introduced the "new" Gadgetmobile - it doesn't look,function or think like the old Gadgetmobile at all, it's just thecanonical"comic relief" figure.Disney obviously recognised that the Gadget cartoons were a comedy, sotheymade the film a comedy too, but they took out all the clever running gags(like the assignment paper exploding in the Chief's face) and replacedthemwith Gadget being a moron, the Gadgetmobile being a wise-ass, and "Claw"showing off.Someone should tell Disney that "children's movie" doesn't imply "totallackof any brain usage". Gadget should be targeted for children of 10-12years... not children of 10-12 months like this movie.Whatever this movie is supposed to be, it is NOT, repeat NOT, the realInspector Gadget. Because I love the old Gadget, I hatethis.

/ 10

This movie is actually pretty good. It was much better than what mostcritics said. Now that is surprising though. Why? Because this was made byDisney, a studio (to put it nicely) I am really not fond of. MatthewBroderick does a good job as the title character (really). The other actorsdon't play their characters as well as they could have. Moving to a morepositive aspect, the special effects are another major highlight of themovie. Same for the action and fight scenes. As for the story, it's okay.The story is pretty much a prequel to the animated series, showing InspectorGadget's origin. It's far from perfect, but keep in mind this movie is basedon a Saturday morning series from the eighties and intended for the kids.Thumbs up.

1/10 / 10

I was a huge fan of the original cartoon series, and was looking forward tofinally seeing Gadget on the big screen -- but I never in my wildest dreamsexpected something so extremely extremely terrible. The pace was WAY toofast, there was no plot, and 'wowser!' - what the hell is that?? It was'WOWSERS!!'.

2/10 / 10

I used to have a fascination with the cartoon back in college when it wasbeing made. It had much the charm of "Get Smart". While it admittedly hadits faults, it was rather enjoyable.

Naturally I was very interested in seeing the film version. That was beforeI saw it. Afterwords I wished it had never been made.

Besides being miscast all around (who on Earth though Broderick was evenclose to the role?) it just didn't make the grade.

The effects were reasonable and perhaps the ONLY thing I liked about themovie; seeing a live-action version of the gadgets in action! What wasmissing was a story and treatment which made it funny or charming orinteresting.

The original was a wacky cartoon with a very lighthearted attitude. It wasFUN. The motion picture became murky and took itself FAR too seriously. Ifit had seriously had a great plot or went crazy enough to make it seem likea "cartoon on film" it might have been enjoyable.

As it exists it doesn't deserve to be considered part of the "GadgetLegacy".