An animated parody of popular science fiction movies and TV shows.

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Series cast summary:
 President Skroob / ... (15 episodes, 2008-2009)
 Dark Helmet (15 episodes, 2008-2009)
 Barf (14 episodes, 2008-2009)
 Lone Starr (14 episodes, 2008-2009)
 Princess Vespa (12 episodes, 2008-2009)
Julianne Grossman ...
 Charlene / ... (12 episodes, 2008)
Dave Wittenberg
(12 episodes, 2008)
 Dot Matrix (11 episodes, 2008-2009)


In this cartoon version of the wildly successful comedic film of the same name, 'Spaceballs: The Animated Series' hilariously spoofs popular movies and TV shows as only the warped genius mind of Mel Brooks can do. Taking place in the futuristic world of Planet Spaceball, and with all of the movie's original characters returning including President Skroob and Yogurt (both voiced by Brooks), the show will satirize such household names as 'The Lord of the Rings,' 'Spider Man,' 'The Terminator,' 'The Pirates of the Caribbean,' and 'American Idol,' parodying these mega-hits with light-hearted political and social satire as well as slapstick comedy. Written by Barry G.

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21 September 2008 (USA)  »

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Mel Brooks' Spaceballs The Animated Series  »

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Just awful
25 October 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Spaceballs movie was full of screwball humor and some fairly cheesy jokes, but it worked, because of good acting, sharp delivery, and solid comedic timing. None of those qualities are present in the series. The first two episodes try to recreate the movie, featuring the same plot, the same jokes, and even some of the same actors, but it's just not funny. The old actors seem to be going through the motions, and the new actors give near-deadpan performances. They don't bring anything new to the table or even try to recreate the performances of their predecessors.

Later episodes devolve into half-hearted parodies of popular films laden with awful writing and terrible jokes. There's a slight chuckle here and there, but it's not worth wading through the corny and often painful one-liners. If there's anything this series does well, it's highlighting how funny the original movie actually was. Save your time and go watch the movie again.

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