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Martians Go Home (1989)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Sci-Fi | 20 April 1990 (USA)
Song writer Mark Devereaux accidentally calls millions of green Martians to invade Earth. No they aren't dangerous, just wise-cracking, intrusive, pain in neck, annoyances. No one can ... See full summary »

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(novel), (screenplay) (as Charlie Haas)
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Donny
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The President
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Seagrams
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Elgins
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Stan Garrett
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Joe Fledermaus
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Mr. Kornheiser
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Hippie
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Cop
Steve Blacknell ...
Game Show Host
Allan Katz ...
Melvin Knudson
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Dr. Jane's Patient
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Song writer Mark Devereaux accidentally calls millions of green Martians to invade Earth. No they aren't dangerous, just wise-cracking, intrusive, pain in neck, annoyances. No one can escape their distracting influence. It's up to Mark to figure out how they got here, and most importantly, how to get rid of them before they drive everyone crazy! Written by Brian W Martz <B.Martz@Genie.com>

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One billion green comedians have just landed on Earth. Now the joke is on us.

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Comedy | Sci-Fi

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PG-13 | See all certifications »
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20 April 1990 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Balle spaziali 2 - La vendetta  »

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$129,778 (USA)
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Rob Schneider's first film. See more »

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Mark Devereaux: Invaders can be dealt with - these guys are tourists.
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Crazy Credits

After the credits end there is a brief scene, in which the Venusians (The indigenous inhabitants of Venus) inadvertently summon the Martians. See more »

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References The Exorcist (1973) See more »

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Green Tambourine
Composed by Shelley Pinz and Paul Leka
Performed by The Stupeds
Arranged by Joshua Raoul Brody (as J. Raoul Brody) and Rick Right
Produced by Bill Spooner (as Bill 'Sputnik' Spooner), Joshua Raoul Brody (as J. Raoul Brody) and Rick Right
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and take this movie with you
18 December 1999 | by See all my reviews

A classic, if light, SF comedy novel becomes a tired and dragging mess. Some writers and directors have the talent and ability to overcome the limitations of a low budget, to show what they are capable of - but in this film there is nothing to suggest they could ever raise themselves above straight to video and 3am showings.


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