Mystery Science Theater 3000: Manhunt In Space UNRATED

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Launched into space with the mission of rescuing the lovely Vena from a gang of notorious space pirates, Rocky and his copilot Winky are once again ready to fight evil to the very end -- even if it takes them to the furthest edge of the galaxy!

Runtime:
1 hour 33 minutes

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Manhunt In Space

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Comedy
Director Jim Mallon
Supporting actors Kevin Murphy, Jim Mallon, Frank Conniff, Mary Jo Pehl, Michael J. Nelson
Studio Shout Factory
MPAA rating Unrated
Rental rights 7-day viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I'm sorry - it's just VERY funny.
U.N. Owen
I loved it then and I loved it now with my 5 grandchildren!
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This is one of the best from Joel's stint on MST3K.
L. Alexander

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By U.N. Owen on December 26, 2012
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Gosh, I love those bots!

And I love MST3K.

This is one of the finer Hodgson-era episodes.

The plot - what there is of it, is as cardboard as the sets and the acting (rim shot!).

It's a typical 50's-era space-opera, where there's a hero, and his 'first mate,' 'Winky' (more about him in a sec) along with the requisite 'space girl (wearing what looks to be a Lurex TIGHT sweater (for the older 'boys' in the audience who took their kids to this), skirt, gloves (?!?) and cape (!?!?!?).

Oh, yes, there's a(lways) a 'junior' rocket boy, and this one looks like a cheap Bobby (Hazel) Buntrock knock-off (sorry, Mr. Buntrock. R.I.P.).

All you need to know is the movie's terrible, but, Joel & the bots are in FINE form, and that's all that really matters.

One of my favourite Crowisms is from this film (I used it as this reviews title), and it sums up his ANNOYANCE with the script - or what there is of it.

Ah, yes - Winky, or as he says (when he pops up on the Hexfield View Screen - shhh: it's really Mike Nelson - who's nerdishly great) - his 'real' name is Winchester P. Thorendulik.

Winky says he got in the film cause he was friends with the director... and... oh, he's flying his 'invisible space ship' and took time out of his 'hot & savage' dating life with his 10 'girlfriends.'

THAT conversation alone left me doubled in laughter - especially when Joel & the bots tell Winky his signal's coming from 'Ladysmith, WI,' at which point, Winky goes into upset geek mode, whining, he's a 'real swinger' in his 'invisible spaceship.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By L. Alexander on August 1, 2012
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This is one of the best from Joel's stint on MST3K. The whole crew is simply at the top of their game on this episode, and I really like the demoralizing they levy on the boy. It's also a good, if campy, movie. BTW, this series introduced many technological devices that you see in future sci-fi. Further, these serials came under attack for being too violent! Hahahaha!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Julie Bulie on October 18, 2009
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I just love cheesy old sci-fi. This is one of my favorites from Mystery Science Theater.
If you love bad special effects and ridiculous dialogue, you're sure to laugh at this crazy flick. If you like this one, look for Crash of the Moons for more fun with the same cast of characters.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mabus on September 1, 2011
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This episode is sweet. From the best period of Joel's tenure. Crash of the Moons was also outstanding. Both cheezy sci-fi's from the early fiftie's. They were appropriately all over the character Winky in this one. He was just askin' to be ripped on, amongst everything else. Gotta check it out. Another essential. (Mike made a brief but outstanding appearance impersonating Winky. He really got his lower jaw thing down. That was a scream.)
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Very funny black & white from the early 50's. Props are laughably simple and the dialogue is extremely corny. Seems at time like a cheap knock off of Flash Gordon from the 1930's!
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This movie is one of the best that they did. The picture was clear and easy to see on my TV.
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