Spaceballs

Vaudeville pratfalls, sight gags, and ribald one-liners have always been producer-director Mel Brooks's mainstay. Here the jokes are tossed haphazardly from Brooks's gag bag and roll out ineffectively in a spoof of the "Star Wars" films. The plot, such as it is, offers pretty princess Vespa (Daphne Zuniga), daughter of kindly King Roland (Dick Van Patten),...read more

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Spaceballs - Trailer
02:33 — Two interstellar adventurers come to the rescue of a planet whose air supply is threatened by the evil Dark Helmet in Mel Brooks' parody of science-fi (more…)
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01:02 — Two interstellar adventurers come to the rescue of a planet whose air supply is threatened by the evil Dark Helmet in Mel Brooks' parody of science-fi (more…)
Spaceballs trailer
Only a rogue space merchant can stop an evil dictator from stealing a planet's air supply in Mel Brooks' parody of Star Wars, Spaceballs(1987).

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A rogue pilot and his best friend team with a princess to help her save her planet when an evil space commander wants to steal all the planet's air in this "Star Wars" spoof.

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  • Released: 1987
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: Vaudeville pratfalls, sight gags, and ribald one-liners have always been producer-director Mel Brooks's mainstay. Here the jokes are tossed haphazardly from Brooks's gag bag and roll out ineffectively in a spoof of the "Star Wars" films. The plot, such as… (more)

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