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Sometimes very silly and not so funny, but with a interesting entertaining, just like the cast, Amazon Women on the Moon, have a kind of charm bring a few comic actings, just like the sketch of Arsenio Hall. Fresh.
As much as I like Joe Dante, I can only like a few of the jokes in his sketches; the work of the other guys is even worse. Landis' sketch with Arsenio seems to want to take black upward mobility down a notch with a couple old stereotypes. Ed Begley, Rosanna Arquette, Carrie Fisher and Andrew Dice Clay don't come off bad.
If you liked The Kentucky Fried Movie, you'll love Amazon Women on the Moon! This spoof movie is hilarious, outrageous, timely, and full of interesting film people to look for too. I love this movie, it's one of my favourite spoof films, and I highly recommend it.
A wacky late-night television film festival which has a hilarious main feature "Amazon Women on the Moon" and flips around to other channels and shows on the cable dial. Many of the jokes are hit or miss, but I was quite entertained. An SCTV fan like me really liked it.
Fitfully funny comedy hodgepodge from a handful of veteran directors. Most skits lose steam quickly, best ones include Arsenio Hall having an accident-prone afternoon in his apartment, Ed Begley Jr. who thinks he's developed an invisibility serum, and Monique Gabrielle profiled during an ordinary day with a Pethouse Pet. Yow!
Following up the life-alteringly hilarious Kentucky Fried Movie was never going to be easy, but they had a go and sadly this feels like all the deleted scenes from that film. There is some gold: Michelle Pfeiffers sketch, Jack the Ripper Revealed, and The Son of The Invisible Man. But sadly the film as a whole is more filler than killer.
Gave this one a re-watch off the To-Watch Pile, and I can honestly say that they don't make movies like this one anymore. Love the flipped channel concept, cycling through all the bad television tropes of the '80s and the bad movies that hit re-runs around that time.
A series of comedy sketches with a wide variety of actors. This has been referred to as a cult classic by some, I honestly think that's because so few people have taken the time to see it, more than it's appeal to fringe elements of the movie going public. I've seen it multiple times and it still makes me laugh. As with most sketch comedy, you're not going to enjoy all of it, but there is some really good comedy here and some great performances.
This is a great spoof movie, they switch between commercials, film, and video spoofs, which is really cool. Also, there's a good number of celebrities in it. This and Spaceballs are the best spoof movies of the 80s.
I laughed a couple of times. I thought the bulk of it was just too stupid to be considered funny. The synopsis I read for it sounded like it may have been funny, but it was not what I expected and certainly wasn't quality humor.