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After being busted out of jail by his tomatoes, Professor Mortimer Gangrene begins a new plot to take over the world by inserting his hapless lackey Igor into the throne of the King of France.Written by
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In the beginning of the film, Marc Price comments on how "Michael J. Fox is a major motion picture star and [he] is making a Killer Tomatoes movie..." Marc Prince and Micheal J. Fox appeared together in 'Family Ties (1982)'. See more »
Although a comical disclaimer within the end credits states, "The Producers wish to point out that there is no King of France and there has not been since the French Revolution of 1789," indeed several monarchs ruled France during much of the nineteenth century. See more »
What am I worried about? I'm 22 years old, I'm backpacking through France... Life is wonderful. Oh, who am I kidding. Michael J. Fox is a major motion picture star and I'm making a Killer Tomatoes movie, part 4!. What am I worried about? I'm making a movie. I'm filming in France. I've got a piece of the merchandising! It beats dinner theater.
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I felt this movie, though strongly supported by the uber talented Skippy, who, contrary to the credits, has no real name, he's only Skippy, was just poorly thought out. For instance, how would a tomato put on an eye patch? It's oversights like that that make this movie suffer.
On the other hand, we have John Astin, father of Sean Astin, star of Rudy. Just the name makes me laugh. Rudy. It's about a 20 lb boy who wants to play lacrosse for a community college. Or something very close to that but equally unimportant. However, if memory serves, no tomatoes present themselves, so I couldn't care less.
Back to Skippy. Since I only watched about 10 minutes of this movie and then got distracted by a shiny object on the opposite of the room, there's obviously much that I can say. The plot revolves around a young Skippy who is employed in a desert town as a slave, when Liam Neeson comes to rescue him from Chinese aliens and androids. Oh, it's good times.
In closing, I give Rudy a 5 out of 7 for heart, moxy and stick-to-itivness.
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