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Agreed, ikipapa.

"They've gone to Ludicrous Speed!"
I believe the correct quote is form John Candy's character, "They've gone to plaid!" I've never seen Star Wars or Star Trek and yet I still love Spaceballs. I can't wait for the sequel.


Eh, whatever. A quote's a quote.

But there's going to be a sequel? Joy! When?

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My favorite movie would have to be Wayne's World! Wayne's World! Party time exelent!

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I think I heard that it's coming out this year! Here's something that might help.

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Oh boy!!

I can't wait for Spaceballs 2!!!!
Yay Mel Brooks!

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iKipapa wrote:
Oh boy!!

I can't wait for Spaceballs 2!!!!
Yay Mel Brooks!
And it better be called 'Spaceballs 2: The Search for more Money!'

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It's called "Spaceballs 3: The Search for Spaceballs 2"


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Why the huge delay between movies, though? That's what I'd like to know.

And who's playing John Candy's part?

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I think that's the reason. They were planning a sequel but then Candy died, and it put a huge halt on it.

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ramrod wrote:
I think that's the reason. They were planning a sequel but then Candy died, and it put a huge halt on it.


John Candy died in 1984, a full seven years after the first Spaceballs came out.

Mel Brooks has never been much for sequels, so he probably never intended for there to be one.

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I believe you mean 1994.


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Stanley Kubrick's Clockwork Orange is quite a good movie. But you have to be old and mature enough to watch it.
There's lots of swears and some quite disturbing graphic scenes.

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I like Dumb and Dumber and both Ace Venturas. Pretty much any Jim Carrey movie


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Here are some of my favorite movies:

(in no particular order)
Napoleon Dynamite
Spaceballs
The Rookie

Every Star Wars movie ever made
Thumb Wars
Spanglish


There you have it. A few of my favorite movies.

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Has anyone seen The Mothman Prophicies? Or Dragonfly? Great movies.

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Naked_Lunch wrote:
It's called "Spaceballs 3: The Search for Spaceballs 2"
What?! Ahh man...there goes my childhood.....

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I'd have to say either Kung Pow or Monty Python and the Holy Grail.


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Any Quentin Tarentino movie is good that is if you like overexagerated bloody violence too. ;)

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Any Quentin Tarentino movie is good that is if you like overexagerated bloody violence too. ;)
That, and they make you think "Wait, what the crap is happening?"

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Napoleon Dynamite BY far far far (times infinity). It is my absolute absolute favorite movie.


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Here are some of my favourites out of my DVD collection:

  • Garfield: The Movie
  • Napoleon Dynamite
  • The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie
  • Finding Nemo

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Jurassic Park, King Kong, Star Wars, and really funny movies like Monty Python's The Holy Grail. :mrgreen:

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There is so much old Napolean Dynamite praise in this topic it's disheartening

Anyways, let me think. Black Sheep...Spider-Man 2...Pee-Wee's Big Adventure...most of the Frat Pack/Adam Sandler stuff...

Office Space is also good too.

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Definitely the whole Indiana Jones series, Raiders of the Lost Ark to be specific.

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Jurassic Park, King Kong, Star Wars, and really funny movies like Monty Python's The Holy Grail. :mrgreen:



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Definitely the whole Indiana Jones series, Raiders of the Lost Ark to be specific.

Even *shudder* Crystal Skull?

I feel like posting my top ten favouritest filmages of all time.
Here it is.
1. Children of Men
2. The Prestige
3. American History X
4. Batman Begins
5. Se7en
6. Mononoke Hime (Princess Mononoke)
7. The Blues Brothers - Seriously, why has no one said this yet?
8. Donnie Darko
9. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
10. The Matrix

All these are based on either the feeling of awe after seeing them, or the fact that I could watch all them again and again and never get bored.
And yes, I have made a top 100 personal favourite films list.
And no, they aren't all depressing like most of the ones up in the top ten.

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Here are some of my favorite movies (Also in no particular order):

Kung Pow
SpaceBalls
Star Wars Series
Garfield Series
Ice Age Series
Wall-E

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Word Up wrote:
Definitely the whole Indiana Jones series, Raiders of the Lost Ark to be specific.

Even *shudder* Crystal Skull?

I feel like posting my top ten favouritest filmages of all time.
Here it is.
1. Children of Men
2. The Prestige
3. American History X
4. Batman Begins
5. Se7en
6. Mononoke Hime (Princess Mononoke)
7. The Blues Brothers - Seriously, why has no one said this yet?
8. Donnie Darko
9. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
10. The Matrix

All these are based on either the feeling of awe after seeing them, or the fact that I could watch all them again and again and never get bored.
And yes, I have made a top 100 personal favourite films list.
And no, they aren't all depressing like most of the ones up in the top ten.


You have pretty good taste right there. I've never seen American History X or Blues Brothers (shaaaaaaame), but I love all the others there.

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Iron Man, WALL-E, Ratatouille, Shoot 'Em Up, Star Wars Ep. II, Transformers, 16 Blocks, and that's all I can remember.

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6. Mononoke Hime (Princess Mononoke)

That movie made my stomach all erpy.

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I like Purple Rain and the Rush Hour movies.

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What? I'm very busy.

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