A spoof of buddy cop movies where two very different cops are forced to team up on a new reality based television cop show, while tracking down the manufacturer and distributor of an illegally made semi-automatic firearm.
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While Pluto is in his hidden moon-warehouse/lair checking his computer to find the crook, he is given a sandwich. From behind we see he takes a big bite from the middle of the sandwich. When we cut to face Pluto, the bite has moved to the edge and the middle is bite-free. See more »
You blew up my wood bar stools. You know how hard it is to get wood on the moon?
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Written by Eric "D.J. Strobe" Cohen
Performed by La Casa Grande
Courtesy of Jellybean Recordings, Inc. See more »
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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