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Spaceballs

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1987
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96 min
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Spaceballs, On Demand Movie, Comedy

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Plot: An opening shot of one of those enormous, endlessly flowing, across-the-top-of-the-screen George Lucas space cruisers introduces us into the not-quite-so-serious world of director Mel Brooks' planet Spaceball, which is attempting to steal the atmosphere of its peace- ful neighboring planet, Druidia. The lead characters: Bill Pullman is Lone Star, a freelance space jockey; John Candy is Barf, the Mawg (half-man,half-dog); Rick Moranis is the evil Lord Dark Helmet, who complains a lot (actually, most of the time); Daphne Zuniga is Princess Vespa; and Mel Brooks undertakes two roles: (1) as Scroob, the president of Spaceball and (2) as Yogurt, a very wise old man who repeats the moving sentiment, May the Schwartz be with you!
Rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America.

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