Mac and Me (1988) – Critics Consensus 0%

Perhaps writers wanted to extend the cultural moment of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in 1982 with this one. But Mac and Me did not become the biggest blockbuster of its era, very unlike the Spielberg-directed film. What was the idea here, exactly?

Constant product placement for Coca-Cola and McDonald’s plagued this doozy about the friendship between an alien and a boy in a wheelchair. MAC the alien couldn’t get enough of McDonald’s, and Ronald MacDonald actually dances for five whole minutes during the movie.

Sound good? Rotten Tomatoes critics are going with 0%. MAC, phone home!

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Mac and Me (1988) – Critics Consensus 0%

Perhaps writers wanted to extend the cultural moment of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in 1982 with this one. But Mac and Me did not become the biggest blockbuster of its era, very unlike the Spielberg-directed film. What was the idea here, exactly?

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Constant product placement for Coca-Cola and McDonald’s plagued this doozy about the friendship between an alien and a boy in a wheelchair. MAC the alien couldn’t get enough of McDonald’s, and Ronald MacDonald actually dances for five whole minutes during the movie.

Sound good? Rotten Tomatoes critics are going with 0%. MAC, phone home!

Mac and Me (1988) – Critics Consensus 0%

Perhaps writers wanted to extend the cultural moment of E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial in 1982 with this one. But Mac and Me did not become the biggest blockbuster of its era, very unlike the Spielberg-directed film. What was the idea here, exactly?

MGM Studios

Constant product placement for Coca-Cola and McDonald’s plagued this doozy about the friendship between an alien and a boy in a wheelchair. MAC the alien couldn’t get enough of McDonald’s, and Ronald MacDonald actually dances for five whole minutes during the movie.

Sound good? Rotten Tomatoes critics are going with 0%. MAC, phone home!