Mystery Science Theater 3000: Warrior of the Lost World 2009 UNRATED CC

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(9) IMDb 8.6/10

In the wake of a nuclear holocaust, a band of Outsiders struggles to survive the reign of the maniacal Prossor and his bloodthirsty militia, the Omega. Only one man can lead the Outsiders to salvation: the Rider, Warrior of the Lost World!

Starring:
Trace Beaulieu, Joel Hodgson
Runtime:
1 hour 33 minutes

Mystery Science Theater 3000: Warrior of the Lost World

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Product Details

Genres Science Fiction, Comedy
Director Trace Beaulieu
Starring Trace Beaulieu, Joel Hodgson
Supporting actors Jim Mallon, Kevin Murphy, Frank Conniff, Mary Jo Pehl, Michael J. Nelson
Studio Shout Factory
MPAA rating Unrated
Captions and subtitles English Details
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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MST3K does a great job making fun of this movie.
C. G. Porcaro
Be prepared to suffer through the most annoying vehicle ever shown on film, 3 heroes taking out about 90 guards, and a very milquetoast mumbling "hero".
Stuff My Cat Wants NOW!!!
All in all, definitely one of my favorite episodes.
K. Baker

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

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As MST3k is sort of a show within a show within a movie concept, I think it is better to look at the individual parts of the episode to determine if the episode works in total.

The Movie: I get the feeling that the Italian producers of this movie saw "Mad Max" and "Knight Rider" and thought - hey, we can do better than that! And of course, they didn't as the characters in the movie have zero personality (much like the bots I found myself rooting for the bad guys) and the post-apocalypse society makes zero sense (so to rule, all I have to do it throw my hands in the air?). Be prepared to suffer through the most annoying vehicle ever shown on film, 3 heroes taking out about 90 guards, and a very milquetoast mumbling "hero".

Riffs: Joel and the bots bring it for this one. They seem to enjoy skewing all of the bad parts of this movie - the acting, the set locations, the plot, the mumbling, etc. The riffs are almost non-stop from start to finish and is probably one of the best Joel riffing I have seen. (Note though: I barely remember this show but the main character stared in a movie / tv show called "The Paper Chase", which was about the challenges of college. I only bring this up as the crew make tons of references about this. I never saw this show but I am guessing that the drama about writing your thesis was probably more action packed than this film.)

Host Segments: I found all the segments to be very funny - especially the one when Joel surprises the bots with a special guest star.

Overall: The MST3k crew offset a terrible and boring movie with some great riffing and great episodes. If this movie would have been more over the top(in a good way) or not so forgettable, this episode would have been a top 5. As is though, it is a great episode with some very funny and constant riffing.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JAMES on May 3, 2014
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If you are an television actor who wants a career in movies, this is not the movie role you should have taken. Everything is bad about this movie. Not even Fred Williamson or Donald Pleasance can help. MST3K is good when they have a funny bad movie to make fun of. This movie is just bad. Not worth the effort to invest 90 minutes of your life in.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Edsell on November 8, 2013
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My favorite MST3K, hands down. Manos gets all the love, and of course it's very funny. But this is the epitome of the kind of 80's low-budget sf action movie I would've actually gone to see in a theater just for fun (or at least watched on late-night TV). Even the host segments are great.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Monica F on September 1, 2013
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In this Mad Max take off attempt, a rider and his super intelligent bike travel the highway.

Poor acting, graphics, and plot are present throughout this film making it both boring and humorous.

Thanks to the Riffers for providing/adding entertainment!

Overall, an enjoyable ride.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. Baker on June 26, 2013
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There is something perfect about the combination of MST3K and Warrior of the Lost World. It's almost as if the people making the movie knew that someday it would be on a TV show where puppet robots riff on bad scifi movies. Warriors is full of B list actors and Road Warrior wannabe stunt scenes. Inspired by the Knight Rider idea that you can talk to your ride, there is a motorcycle with a beeping computer LED screen that wimpers and purrs sarcastic responses to the hero's mumbled dialogue. (Much of the riffing comes from the mumbled dialogue as Joel and the bots try to figure out what he is saying and make hilarious guesses.) Like Road Warrior, all of this silliness is set in a post apocalyptic dystopia where there are roving gangs with bad 1980's fashions including pink mohawks and ripped workout clothes. A James Bond villain in charge of a military state and a group of rebels who aim to take it down rounds out the list of combatants, but by the third act it's clear that all of this nonsense exists just to set up the big chase scene finale. Also there is the bald girl from Star Trek The Motion Picture, only here she has hair and is somehow less attractive with it. There is a good skit on board the SOL with Joel and the bots describing what kind of custom van they would design. All in all, definitely one of my favorite episodes. Oh, and it also has Jimmy Carter in it.
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