The Rocketeer

1991 • 108 minutes
305 reviews
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About this movie

The discovery of a top-secret jetpack hurls test pilot Cliff Secord into a daring adventure of mystery, suspense, and intrigue! Cliff encounters an assortment of ruthless villains, led by a Hollywood screen star who's a secret Nazi spy (Timothy Dalton). With the help of his actress girlfriend, the young pilot battles enormous odds to defeat his foes who are anxious to use the device in an evil plan to rule the world! The dangerous mission transforms the ordinary young man into an extraordinary hero!

Ratings and reviews

305 reviews
Samuel Courliss
September 11, 2016
That's about it. The first half of the movie is somewhat boring, but the action picks up once he finds the jetpack. Basically, it's like a Disney movie on steroids, but a watered-down version of Captain America and Iron Man mixed together. It's a lot more style than substance is what I'm trying to say. The 1930's setting is cool, but I would have liked something a bit more modern. There's an okay love interest, but she's no Pepper Potts or Peggy Carter. And the story is way to upbeat for a movie about Nazis
6 people found this review helpful
Joni O
October 11, 2014
I'm excited to watch this tonight with my young boys. It was fun to watch as a kid, and as a family. For young children there are two scenes to be aware of: One is a murder scene (in the hospital while nurses are watching TV), and one scene when Jenny and Neville Sinclair are in a room and she asks him to help her change into "something more comfortable" before knocking him out....but they don't kiss, etc. Fun movie if you like aviation, action and a little romance for the whole family.
Duncan Boren
February 28, 2022
Elevated popcorn flick with loveable characters, a tight plot, and a delightful large pyrotechnics budget. Edgy for a children's film, but in a very reasonable way. Idk what to tell you, this silly little movie cracks my cold black heart wide open and reminds me just how magical film can be