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The farce is with you in this "uproarious salute to science fiction" (The Hollywood Reporter) that teams comedy legend Mel Brooks with an all-star cast of cutups including John Candy (Splash), Rick Moranis (Ghostbusters) and Bill Pullman (Ruthless People)! When the evil Dark Helmet (Moranis) attempts to steal all the air from planet Druidia, a determined Druish Princess (Daphne Zuniga), a clueless rogue (Pullman) and a half-man/half-dog creature who's his own best friend (Candy) set out to stop him! But with the forces of darkness closing in on them at ludicrous speed, they'll need the help of a wise imp named Yogurt (Brooks) and the mystical power of "The Schwartz" to bring peaceand merchandising rightsto the entire galaxy!
Helmet: Who made that man a gunner?
Major: I did sir. He's my cousin.
Helmet: Who is he?
Sandurz: He's an a$$hole sir.
Helmet: I know that. Read more
Great Film. I could not stop laughing while watching this.Published 9 days ago by Matthew C Atkinson
mostly beauteous spoof of STar Wars and Star Trek and too many to name....and well ahead of its' time: even in 2015 we can't listen to a radio station ID without hearing some... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Phil S.
Classic Mel Brooks comedy. Great play on Star Wars. May the Schwartz be with you.Published 11 days ago by Richard J. Nolle
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|What is the name of this movie?||
Maybe Loverboy (1989)
Jul 23, 2008 by Jeremy G. Eagan | See all 7 posts
Finally, someone else who noticed the audio pitch anomaly other than myself. For the last six years, I've seen absolutely no complaints on the internet about the lower audio pitch. I've stopped watching it myself because of this; I have very sensitive ears and the lower pitch is grating, to say... Read More
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|Forgot the name of the movie||
It may be "The Mothman Prophecies".
Aug 6, 2008 by D@niel | See all 5 posts
I was 10 when this came out, and saw this in the theater, and I turned out fine. PG stands for "Parental Guidance Suggested", so of course PG (and PG-13) ratings are case-by-case for each parent/child. PG films in the '80's were often much more lenient with the rating. They sometimes... Read More
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|Someone Please Explain Why Spaceballs Needed to be BluRayed?||
SPACEBALLS: THE BLU-RAY!!
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