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Just showed the clip to my 16 y.o. son. He's inviting his friends over this weekend to watch it now. Amazon Prime has it available to members...both the 4K version and SD version. Looking forward to it!
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Just showed the clip to my 16 y.o. son. He's inviting his friends over this weekend to watch it now. Amazon Prime has it available to members...both the 4K version and SD version. Looking forward to it!
If you like it check out other Mel Brooks comedies like Blazing Saddles, History of the World Part I, Young Frankenstein, etc.
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If you like it check out other Mel Brooks comedies like Blazing Saddles, History of the World Part I, Young Frankenstein, etc.
Thanks for the recommendations carp. That's a great list.....Blazing Saddles brings back some good memories. Definitely have to check out the other Brooks' classics.
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Just watched the clip.....ROTFL!!
Tim, I take it you are a young guy, because I see pretty much all all of Mel Brooks movies in the theater and was a kid when Monty Python was on TV. The Life of Brain and The Holey Grail was pretty funny. Check out Blazzing Saddles and Young Frankenstein for sure along with Space Balks. When I went to see Space Balls, it was a Premier and a friend I did a frozen yogurt eating contest. He ate a pint in under 2 minutes and never got brain freeze like me..

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Tim, I take it you are a young guy, because I see pretty much all all of Mel Brooks movies in the theater and was a kid when Monty Python was on TV. The Life of Brain and The Holey Grail was pretty funny. Check out Blazzing Saddles and Young Frankenstein for sure along with Space Balks. When I went to see Space Balls, it was a Premier and a friend I did a frozen yogurt eating contest. He ate a pint in under 2 minutes and never got brain freeze like me..

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That's funny about the brain freeze.....those things hurt. I can see how that would leave an ever-lasting impression. We're probably not too far apart in age. I just grew up in the middle of nowhere on a farm. The closest theater was 50 miles away and we didn't get a VCR until 1983. The only reason I remember that is because we watched Rambo First Blood at least once a week that summer. Then it was off to college in the late 80's and that's when the Monty Python marathons happened on the weekends at the frat house. For some reason, Spaceballs wasn't on our radar. But after watching that clip...we missed out on some good times for sure.
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Wow i can't remember the last time i saw spaceballs. That was one of my favorite movie when i was a kid. Actually i saw spaceballs first before i saw any of the star wars movies. I remember watching star war and saying hey that are coping spaceballs...not knowing spaceballs was a spoof off star wars...lol

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