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After squandering the fresh air in the distant planet Spaceball, the good-for-nothing President Skroob orders the arch-villain henchman, Dark Helmet, to abduct the adjacent planet Druidia's Princess Vespa to strong-arm her father, King Roland, to provide them with the code to the planet's atmosphere. Under those circumstances, the seasoned mercenary, Lone Starr, and his trusty half-human, half canine sidekick, Barf, will attempt to save the princess in distress, while at the same time, the ruthless loan shark, Pizza the Hut is after them. But in the end, only he who can harness the mystical and mighty force known only as "The Schwartz", will be able to save the day. Written by
A joyous, hilarious fairy-tale (which just happens to be set in a
galaxy resembling one far, far away, a long time ago)! Many cheap,
childish, utterly irresistible gags. Special effects of sufficient
quality that they don't distract. Excellent ensemble acting with Rick
Moranis a real highlight. And a space Winnebago...
One of Mr. Brooks's finest efforts! When the cod-seriousness of
Episodes I, II and III gets too much for you, just imagine Mace Windu
with his Schwartz tangled and pop this movie on.
Now, it's getting a bit stuffy in here so I'm off to inhale some
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