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John Canyon is one of the last independent space transport entrepreneurs. Rough times force him to carry suspicious cargo to Earth without questions being asked. During the flight the cargo turns out to be multitude of unstoppable and deadly killer robots. Written by
Dragan Antulov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Former "National Lampoons" editor Ted Mann, who scripted this science-fiction comedy, calls it "The first outer space road movie." According to Mann, the film has "no scientists, no techies, none of the unusual polished, sanitary environments we're used to in our space films. Space is like anywhere else - the people who are there are underpaid and poorly regarded." See more »
There's numerous events where laws of gravity and other physics are neglected, but the most notable is probably the upright flame of a lighter in a place where there's no air and no gravity. See more »
John we gotta do something. What do think they're doing to her up there, huh?
It's not the first time, kid, and she's doing it for the team.
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Performed by Chris Knight
Written by Chris Knight, Sam Tate, Annie Tate
Published by Bash Music (ASCAP)/Critter City Music (SQSAC), Blue Water Music, BMI (Administered by Blue Water Music Corporation)
Courtesy of Vertical Records (Administered by Blue Water Music Corporation) See more »
This is state of the art mind boggling (and occasionally numbing) garbage with little if any purpose whatsoever.... I loved it! I had been hoping to catch this on HBO for monthes, and I got my chance about a week ago. And it was good.... oh it was so good!
I'd rank this up there with "Space Balls", if you love cheesy sci-fi with no meaning, real plot or storyline, and no real reason for being made, check this out....
I can't believe Roger Corman wasn't somehow involved....
****1/2 / ***** Keep on Rockin'
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