After his successful nightclub is blown to flaming bits, Pluto and his band travel across the moon looking for clues to the arsonist. Pluto, Bruno, and Dina search a seedy motel, Pluto's secret hideout, and the casino of the most powerful man on the moon for the evildoer, only to discover that his club's destruction might have been his own fault.Written by
Eddie Murphy refused to promote the film at its time of release, and stated that the money is the only reason he took the role. See more »
When Pluto Nash's twin falls in the end fight and crashes onto the blackjack table, the female on the right only steps back and smiles, not even spilling her champagne, as everyone else jumps back in shock. See more »
Written by Karl Gordon, Shaznay Lewis and Kyle McCray
Performed by All Saints
Courtesy of Warner Strategic Marketing UK
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laughed from start to finish
I go to the movies to be entertained and this one certainly did that for me. The biggest source of fun was seeing the juxtaposition of old movie cliches - gangsters, seedy nightclubs, and hot wired cars - placed in the futuristic setting of a campy lunar colony. I laughed from start to finish and enjoyed the surprise ending. I found "Pluto Nash" to be a very entertaining diversion.
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